You will be able to hear the Griffin String Quartet during October as Midsummer's Music hosts outreach concerts throughout North Eastern Wisconsin. During the shows, the quartet will showcase pieces created by Mozart and Beethoven. They will also be performing a piece by Caroline Shaw as part of Griffin's goal to include female composers within their programs. Executive director of Midsummer's Music, Allyson Fleck, says that the mid-October concerts are a part of the Griffin String Quartet's outreach initiative to include people from the community.
The programs will begin in Sturgeon Bay on October 15th, Green Bay on October 16th, and Sister Bay on October 17th. Although the concerts are a free / pay what you can event, Midsummer's Music asks that you reserve a ticket before the shows. You can reserve your free ticket at the Midsummer's Music website, or you can call to make a reservation at 920-854-7088 during regular business hours. Along with the three main shows, the Griffin String Quartet will be doing a fourth show in October during the evening of the 16th at the igNight Market under the Mason Street bridge in Green Bay.