Enjoy an outdoor, socially-distant concert with the goats at Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge!


Join us on Saturday, October 31st at 3 pm for live classical music in our goat pasture.

Duo Amabile will be playing an hour of music on violin and keyboard among the goats, including selections from Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert, and more. Click here to view the full program. A sought-after, charismatic and passionate ensemble, Duo Amabile has appeared both in the United States and Europe. 

Violinist Matvey Lapin enjoys a multifaceted career as a recitalist, chamber music performer, orchestra leader and teacher. His professional engagements brought him around the world, including most of Europe, Japan and Korea. Russian native, he accomplished his conservatory training in St. Petersburg, and completed DM coursework in violin performance at IU Jacobs School of Music, minoring in historical violins and music history.

Internationally accomplished pianist Katya Lapin holds her graduate and undergraduate degrees from Hochschule for Music in Cologne (Germany), Oberlin College Conservatory, and Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Katya served as piano faculty and collaborative pianist at DePauw University School of Music 2006-2013. Katya appeared as faculty at the Ameropa International Summer School-Festival in Prague, Czech Republic. She enjoys performing chamber music, frequently collaborating with soloists from Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra as well as members of New York Philharmonic.

We are also excited to announce that the new vegan food truck Gangster Vegan will be on site during the concert with food available for purchase. They will also be donating 10% of their proceeds for the day back to the Refuge. Their menu includes delicious salads, bowls, and burgers!

We will also be hosting a Pumpkin Party for the animals following the music. Join us in passing out tasty pumpkins filled with delicious treats – and see how the animals react!

Tickets are $50 per person. There are only a limited number of tickets available. There is a minimum purchase of two tickets. A maximum of four guests can sit together per seating area, but we are happy to seat others in your party in an adjacent seating area.

Please note this is a socially distanced event. Attendees will be spaced apart in designated areas throughout the goat pasture. Please bring your own chairs. Face coverings are required at all times.

Ticket sales are now closed.