Midsummer’s Music will continue its extensive 32nd concert season with a program featuring works by composers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, his contemporary Paul Wrantizky, and Bernard Molique.

Titled Scintillating Summer Serenades, the program consists of a quartet, quintet and sextet that are stylistically midway between a suite and a symphony. The featured musicians are flutist Heather Yarmel, oboist Lindsay Flowers, violinist David Perry, violists Allyson Fleck and Mary Deck, and cellist James Waldo.

This program will be performed July 8, 7 pm, at First Baptist Church in Sister Bay; July 9, 7 pm, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Sister Bay; and July 10, 5 pm, at Woodwalk Gallery in Egg Harbor.

The sixth program of the season, Trio Magic, will showcase Serenade, Op. 50 (1895) by Swedish composer Laura Netzel; Circulo, Op. 91 by Spanish composer Joaquin Turina; and Trio in E-flat, Op. 100, D. 929 by German composer Franz Schubert.

These concerts will be performed July 15, 7 pm, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Sister Bay; July 16, 7 pm, at Hope United Church of Christ in Sturgeon Bay; July 17, 3 pm, as a salon concert at the Trenchard residence; and July 21, 7 pm, at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor.

Yarmel will lead an educational Coffee Talk titled “Taoism and the Alexander Technique in Music: A Beginner’s Journey to Finding Greater Freedom in Music-making” on July 23, 11 am, at the Margaret Lockwood Gallery, ​​7 S. 2nd Ave. in Sturgeon Bay. Coffee Talk programs are free, informal presentations on music topics presented by ensemble members, staff and friends.

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