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Pacific Crest Music in the Community

Pacific Crest Music is determined to bring classical music and music education to the communities we serve. PCM is proud to bring music performance and music education to Siskiyou County and beyond, during and outside of the festival.. 


This commitment is especially important when it comes to the youth of these communities who often receive little to no music education. Thanks to generous donations from our supporters, PCM continues to seek out new and inventive ways to pass along our love and knowledge of classical music to all students in the community. 

It is the mission of Pacific Crest Music to provide a quality classical music education for aspiring young musicians with diverse social and economic backgrounds through teaching and performance, thereby enriching the artistry of each student and the cultural life of the surrounding community.


In 2023, PCM partnered with the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Shasta so that the outstanding young artists of the festival can interact, educate, and perform for local students. Other events have included outreach events at schools in Dunsmuir, Mt. Shasta, McCloud, Montague, Yreka, Grenada, Gazelle, and Weed. Planning is underway for a tour in the fall of 2024 that will benefit students living in the communities of Scott Valley, Tulelake, and Happy Camp.


Please consider joining the cause to bring more music and music education to Northern California. You can help support PCM in this cause by donating today.


A PCMF student quartet presents for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Shasta

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PCMF students often work directly with local youth through private lessons, master classes, or outreach events

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