Twickenham Fest, Huntsville’s only chamber music festival is back for its fifth year and it’s bigger than ever. Co-founders Susanna Phillips and Matt McDonald took some time out of their busy schedules to talk with Ginny Kennedy about the history of the festival, how it’s changed over the years and about its connection to the community.
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