Midsummer’s Music Celebrates 25th Anniversary
Wisconsin’s premier chamber music festival Midsummer’s Music is turning 25 this year. The festival is known for hosting high-level chamber concerts at unique venues throughout Door County’s many charming communities. Midsummer’s Music Festival features top tier musicians from the Lyric Opera of Chicago, the Chicago Philharmonic, Madison’s famed Pro Arte Quartet and the Aspen Music Festival. Performances take place in a variety of unique venues ranging from a quaint community church to a 120-year old lakeside warehouse to an elegant private home of an area resident. Midsummer’s Music Festival offers classical music lovers a fun way to discover the beauty of Door County while taking in some magnificent musical performances. Over the years, many of the festival goers have become regular concert attendees, creating a warm and welcoming community of classical music lovers. The main festival is comprised of 23 concerts and runs June 12 through July 14. There is also a Labor Day series made up of 10 concerts that take place Aug. 28 through Sept. 7. Tickets for most concerts are $30. Concerts that take place in private homes are $60. Dinner concerts range from $75-80. For more information, visit midsummersmusic.com or call 920.854.7088.