There’s Still More Midsummer’s Music to Love, and the Labor Day Benefit Is Coming

Tickets are available for Midsummer’s Music’s Labor Day Concert Series, including the annual end-of-season benefit.

On Aug. 25, the season will resume with Profound Piano Quartets, including music by Brahms, Schubert and Robert Kahn. David Perry, violin; Sally Chisholm, viola; Walter Preucil, cello; and Jeannie Yu, piano, will be featured. 

This concert will be performed at Egg Harbor’s Kress Pavilion, with an optional wine pairing at the Fireside, on Aug. 25, 3 pm; Hope United Church of Christ on Aug. 27, 7 pm; St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on Aug. 29, 7 pm; the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on Aug. 30, 7 pm; and in Birch Creek’s Juniper Hall on Aug. 30, 7 pm.

The summer concert series will conclude with a program featuring works by Felix Mendelssohn, Bohuslav Martinů, Ignaz Lachner and Jay Unger. Margaret Butler, oboe; JJ Koh, clarinet; David Perry, Ann Palen, Stephanie Preucil and Vinicius Sant’Ana, violin; Sally Chisholm and Allyson Fleck, viola; and Walter Preucil and Zachary Preucil, cello, will be featured.

This last concert of the season will be performed at Woodwalk Gallery – with an optional supply-your-own picnic at 5 pm – on Aug. 28, 7 pm; and at The Clearing, with an optional post-concert dinner at the Shoreline, on Aug. 31, 3 pm.

Concert tickets are $29 per adult, $10 per student and free for children 12 and younger.

Midsummer’s Music also invites the public to celebrate the conclusion of its 29th season with the annual Labor Day Benefit: a concert featuring the glorious Mendelssohn Octet, lavish hors d’oeuvres, the excitement of a live and silent auction, wine pull and more. Radio celebrity Nick Freimuth will emcee the program. The benefit will be held Sept. 2, 3-6:30 pm, at Björklunden, 7590 Boynton Lane in Baileys Harbor. Tickets are $95 per adult and $75 per student.


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