Midsummer’s Music will present two programs in six unforgettable concerts, July 16-25. Featured musicians include Heather Zinninger Yarmel, flute; David Perry and Ann Palen, violin; Allyson Fleck and Ria Hodgson, viola; Paula Kosower and James Waldo, cello; and Jeannie Yu, piano.
The Respect and Revelation program will highlight music by Robert Schumann, Pedro (Pere) Tintorer and Paul Frucht on July 16, 7 pm, at SWY231, 231 N. 3rd Ave. in Sturgeon Bay; July 17, 7 pm, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 2336 Canterbury Lane in Sister Bay; and July 20, 7 pm, at the Door Community Auditorium, 3926 Hwy 42 in Fish Creek.
The Diversions and Excursions program will celebrate Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Katherine Hoover on July 23, 7 pm, at the Kress Pavilion, 7845 Church St. in Egg Harbor; July 24, 7 pm, at SWY231 in Sturgeon Bay; and July 25, 4 pm, at Woodwalk Gallery, 6746 Cty G in Egg Harbor.
Composer-in-residence fellow Paul Frucht will present the final July Coffee Talk – free, informal presentations by Midsummer’s Music musicians and friends. He’ll present “Writing Music for Our Time” at SWY231 in Sturgeon Bay on July 17, 10 am. Kick Coffee will provide coffee and treats.
Reservations are recommended for all concerts and Coffee Talks. Find out more and purchase tickets at midsummersmusic.com.