Kinhaven Changed My Life

An interview with Philanthropist Victoria Sanger 

What’s Cooking at Kinhaven?

Chef Hugo Fuentes has always wanted to cook. The eldest of five children, Hugo grew up in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, where his mother encouraged his passion (she has been a chef and caterer for 35 years).

An Investigative and Caring Approach to Music-Making

The Lux Quartet, a student chamber music group at Florida State University, takes an “investigative and caring approach to quartet playing,” says Shannon Thomas, their coach.

A Magical Place

Michael Reit (2nd from left) and his Gang of Thieves bandmates, photo credit Julia Luckett

Michael Reit (Jr Session, ’01‐’02, violin; ’03 viola) says Kinhaven “is one of the most magical places in the country.” He lists the breathtaking scenery, the staff, and the pursuit of excellence in music‐making as contributing to the… Read More

Kinhaven Continues to Inspire Long After Students Leave

Boston Symphony Pianist Reminisces on Time at Kinhaven

Vytas Baksys sits in front of his piano

We asked Vytas Baksys (piano, ’72–’78) – who may share the record for the number of consecutive years as a camper – to reminisce about his time at Kinhaven. He is perhaps best remembered for his humorous musical contributions to… Read More

Growing Up at Kinhaven

Meet Conductor David Buck

We are lucky to have David Buck join Kinhaven again this summer as a guest conductor in the Senior Session. We caught up with David recently to learn more about his career, his love for Kinhaven, and what… Read More