The mission of Project Youth & Chamber Music is to create life-long creative thinkers, cultural advocates and appreciators of the arts through study, exposure and performance of chamber music for youth and their communities regardless of their financial access. Jephta Bernstein, founder and executive artistic director of PYCH, announces the third season of Off the Hook Chamber Music Festival, June 10-22, 2014. Set in the idyllic landscape of Fort Collins, Colo., the summer chamber festival features world-class professional musicians from Colorado with guest artist Anne-Marie McDermott. Internationally renowned New York composer, Bruce Adolphe, returns as co-artistic director hosting concerts and speaking on his new book and moderating a symposium on Creativity: The Role it Plays in Our Community. Honored panelists include award-winning author and activist, Temple Grandin, renowned choreographer and dancer, Tony Testa, and acclaimed poet and critic, Dan Beachy Quick. The symposium is free and open to the public.

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