Midsummer’s Music Ushers in Exciting Season

This summer, Midsummer’s Music will present a season of live, in-person performances that will celebrate Beethoven at 250, take place in new and larger venues, and delight audiences with a combination of familiar and lesser-known composers. Featured musicians will include David Perry and Ann Palen, violin; Sally Chisholm and Allyson Fleck, viola; James Waldo, cello; Heather Yarmel, flute; Daniel Won, clarinet; John Goodwin and Jeannie Yu, piano; and more.

Opening night – June 18, 7 pm, at Northern Sky Theater’s new Gould Theater in Fish Creek – will be a special celebration. Wisconsin Public Radio’s Norman Gilliland will welcome concertgoers to the season’s premiere and mark Midsummer’s Music’s first performance in this striking space

This program will repeat June 20, 3 pm, at SWY in Sturgeon Bay; and June 22, 7 pm, at the Door Community Auditorium, where the audience will be seated on stage with musicians.

Reservations for all concerts must be made at least 24 hours in advance, and concertgoers should review Midsummer’s Music’s COVID-19 policy before purchasing tickets ($30 per person) at or by calling 920.854.7088. All programs are subject to change.


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