2022 Festival Cancellation

Our top priority is the well-being of our event attendees and partners. Due to ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19, international travel advisories, the current situation in Ukraine, and other circumstances, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2022 festival planned for Aug. 6-16. We want you to know that we are hopeful circumstances will normalize over the coming months so we can hold the festival in 2023. Our Board of Directors and staff are grateful for your patience and support as we look forward to a time when we can perform together again.

    • Esterhazy Palace, Eisenstadt, Austria
    • You will perform in the Haydnsaal of the Esterh├ízy Palace for our Gala Concert.
    • The Classical Music Festival performs in Vienna's St. Stephen's Cathedral as part of the Sunday mass.
    • We will perform Haydn's Harmoniemesse in the Bergkirche where it was first performed in 1802.
    • Esterhazy Palace, Empiresaal
    • View rarely seen original Haydn manuscripts from the Esterhazy archives.
    • The Festival - Eisenstadt, the capital of the federal province of Burgenland since 1925, is situated on the southern slopes of the Leitha Mountains. Surrounded by a great number of vineyards, Eisenstadt is the smallest federal capital of Austria, with only 13,250 inhabitants.
    • Pianists benefit from personalized coaching within master classes.

    In cooperation with

    Richard Zielinski, Artistic Director and Principal Conductor
    Dr. Jane Magrath, Piano Seminar Director
    Cathy Griffin, Festival Administrator
    Don V Moses, Founder
    Anne Swedish-Moses, Administrative Advisor & Board of Director
    Watch the Classical Music Festival Video

    Contact Us:

    Email: cathy@cmfadmin.com
    Phone: (405) 217-2358
    Address: Classical Music Festival, 4721 Lake Front Drive, Norman, OK 73072