Midsummer’s Music is celebrating its 30th summer of presenting exceptional chamber music in Door County. Concerts hailed as “exciting, pulse-pounding and riveting” are given in a variety of cultural, historical and scenic locations, including art galleries, museums, historical sites and private homes, with several venues offering panoramic views of Lake Michigan and the waters of Green Bay.
The 2020 season, running June 12 – Sept. 7, will feature 38 concerts performed by world-class musicians and draw on the extraordinary talent of artists from the Chicago Symphony, Chicago’s Lyric Opera, Milwaukee Symphony, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Indianapolis Symphony, Aspen Music Festival, China National Symphony, Ravinia Festival and Pro Arte Quartet, among others. The concerts feature standard repertoire and gems from lesser-known composers, and they attract a growing, dedicated following every year, plus thousands more through Wisconsin Public Radio broadcasts and WFMT Radio’s Live.
Tickets are $30 per adult in honor of the 30th anniversary, $10 per student, and children 12 and younger are free. Premium prices apply for salon/home concerts, dinner concerts and other special events. To see a complete 2020 summer brochure and purchase tickets, visit midsummersmusic.com.