More than a Festival
Off the Hook Arts is known for its two annual festivals, SummerFest and WinterFest, which bring some of the best musicians and thinkers in the world to Northern Colorado. These festivals not only cultivate public appreciation for the performing arts, but they also perform another, even more important function: they help fund an array of youth-oriented education programs in Fort Collins.
Off the Hook Arts, like many businesses and nonprofits, has been hit hard by the pandemic. We have been forced to cancel SummerFest this year and have lost access to other resources we have relied on in the past. As a result, the music education programs we hope to provide to low-income students this fall are at risk.
That is why we are asking for your help to get our Academy Programs up and running in the Fall. To put it simply, we need your financial support to help us keep our Music Education Programs open and serving our students.
Help us make sure that the arts continue to thrive in Fort Collins. Help us continue to provide an outstanding level of programming at free or no-cost to them. Help us continue to inspire them by making sure they: work with the highest quality teachers in the area; interact with nationally touring musicians that perform in our festivals; and attend stellar musical performances through our live festival events and concerts.
No amount is too small. Please consider continuing your support of OtHA or start a new trend and let us know that you believe the arts are an important, vital part of the fabric of our community.
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The Chamber Music Academy (CMA)
Meadowlark Music Program (MMP)
OTHA Festivals: A Bright Future
Could a music performance change your life? Off the Hook Arts believes it can.
That’s why we bring the world-class musicians to Fort Collins for two festivals — our 10 day WinterFest and two week SummerFest. Combining exceptional music performances with the visual arts and sciences, we create themed festivals filled with once-in-a-lifetime experiences that our attendees talk about year after year.
As we recover from altered summer plans, we look to the future for a possible alternate festival, heralding Colorado musicians, and the hosting of a series of house concert events in the 2020 – 21 season.