Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival

Announcing our 52nd Season in 2024!

Save the Dates!

Tuesdays: July 16, 23, 30 and August 6, 13

Chamber Music in Western Maine

Summer in Maine. Boating, swimming, barbeques, and relaxing evenings listening to world-renowned musicians playing the great composers’ music.

The Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival is an organization devoted to presenting and promoting high-quality chamber music performances in the Lake Region of Western Maine.

Closeup of flute player

Come and enjoy! 

Did you know that anyone under age 21 can attend for free?

Announcing our 52nd Season in 2024!

Save the Dates!

Tuesdays: July 16, 23, 30 and August 6, 13

Mihae Lee, Music Director SLLMF

Mihae Lee, Music Director

Welcome to SLLMF!

Founders of SLLMF

Our History

SLLMF has been around since 1969!

SLLMF Artists Performing


We can’t do it alone!

Community Concerts

Community Concerts are a vital part of SLLMF. Youth concerts, “Discovery” concerts for listeners of all ages, and repeat performances of series concerts at venues around the state, allow SLLMF to share live music with a wide audience. Unfortunately due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, we will be unable to hold these concerts this season.

The Deertrees concerts are recorded, and regular broadcasts on Maine Public Radio further expand listening opportunities.

Community Concert

Our Artists

These are just some of the talented musicians that have played at SLLMF over the years. Learn about this season’s artists here.

Our Partners

The Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival gratefully acknowledges the current and past support of:

What we hear ...

"It's beautiful, uplifting music performed in a timber-frame opera house. No formal attire, no stuffiness to it. It's so characteristically summer in Maine."
Lee Bearse
"Each summer, our family relishes another year of superb chamber music at Deertrees in Harrison, Maine. Since 1974, the Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival has been a treasured annual element of our summers. Since 1993 when Deertrees Theatre became the festival’s venue, it is the rich combination of the setting in the pavilion beneath the stately Maine pines, the enthusiastic audience of chamber music supporters, the adventurous programming, the talented corps of musicians who create such exquisite listening experiences, and the immediacy and intimacy of live music that keeps us coming back."
Carroll & Christopher Wilkinson
Morgantown, WV & Norway, ME
"This Festival has been called “a hidden jewel in the woods of Maine”. Our musicians, whether at Deertrees Theatre, the LOOK kids program, or a local church, perform with precision, zest and joy which are infectious. Over the next few years, I would like us to become “a sparkling jewel” easily visible to local people, tourists and music lovers far beyond."
Laurie Kennedy
former Music Director