I agree with the previous reviews, and want to give a bit more info about the festival. First, there are theater performances, ranging from Opera to contemporary, in addition to classical music. These are in very small venues without any bells and whistles, just very good acting. The classical music ranges from piano recitals to full scale symphonies. There were three different orchestral groups this year --- one with high school students, another college students, the third with a mix of instructors and college students. It's amazing how good all three are, even the high schoolers. The students come from around the world to attend and learn from master musicians, it's just amazing.
You can buy tickets online. The two main campuses for events are on Brevard College campus and Brevard Music center. These are not the same thing. Event costs I have attended have ranged from free to $35 for a Saturday night symphony. The symphony hall is open on the sides in a wooded area (BMCcampus). You can buy a picnic lunch and watch from the lawn, although remember that it rains a lot in the mountains. There is paved parking (but wear comfortable shoes) and you may have to navigate stairs. There are enclosed bathrooms, a little snack bar (beer wine coffee soft drinks cookies gelato).
I definitely recommend checking it out.
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