Next year is the 30th anniversary for Midsummer's Music and it is quickly becoming more than just a summer concert series due to the Griffon String Quartet. The group is a residency that runs from September through May, the offseason so to speak, and represents an idea that has never been done before according to Executive Director Allyson Fleck. The program has three core components.
The Griffon String Quartet is only a year old, started in the fall of 2018, but it has already made a mark. Fleck says the average age of the professional musicians in the group is barely 30 and they are bringing incredible enthusiasm to everything they do.