An Array of Venues Host Midsummer’s Music Festival

Each summer a group of world-class musicians from organizations such as the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Pro Arte Quartet, Aspen Music Festival, and artist faculty from major universities, join together in Door County to form a premiere chamber music ensemble at the Midsummer’s Music Festival. The festival offers a series of 25 exquisite classical music concerts in a host of unique venues ranging from a 120 year-old lakeside warehouse to a quaint community church from the 1850s to a boathouse on a primitive island.

Midsummer’s Music Festival presents a rare opportunity to enjoy a great series of works for smaller ensembles from June 11 through July 11. From the great masters such as Mozart, Schubert, and Dvorak, to some lesser-known but very accomplished composers, each concert offers an unforgettable musical experience. To view a full schedule visit

There is a special Labor Day Series September 1 – 6, which will culminate with a closing concert and big gala event.

Most concerts are priced at $25, with home concerts priced at $50. A concert at T. Ashwell’s Restaurant is priced at $85 and includes a gourmet reception and dinner. Prices for special events vary. All concerts include an inviting reception and a chance to meet the musicians. For more information, visit or call 920.854.7088.