Founded in 1962 by Hungarian violin virtuoso Wilmos Csehy, the Csehy Summer School of Music is a Christian organization dedicated to developing excellence in classical music in a Christian environment. Operating as a summer camp program, Csehy provides many opportunities for music study and performance, as well as time for sports and other activities. Spiritual growth is also a focus for campers and staff alike.
Wilmos and Gladys Csehy sharing the gospel in music and personal testimony with the Billy Graham crusades.
First Summer Camp at Cedar Lake, Wilmos Csehy as Executive Director
Csehy Summer School of Music moves to Muncy Terraces
Wilmos Csehy's death
Gladys Csehy appointed as Executive Director
Guy Kinney appointed as Executive Director
Move to Philadelphia College of the Bible (now Cairn University), Langhorne
Randy Haynes appointed as Executive Director
Gladys Csehy's death. Memorial service at Cairn University.
Csehy Summer School of Music moves to Houghton College
Golden Jubilee Celebration
First year of ChamberFest week.
Graeme Burgan appointed as Executive Director