You will be able to listen to the works of Faure, Bartok, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, and several female composers through the end of the month, but that is not where the variety ends for Midsummer’s Music. The chamber music performance organization opened its season on Wednesday at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor. It kicks off a series of over 40 performances throughout the summer, taking place at almost a dozen different locations throughout the county. That includes St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Sister Bay on Friday, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Ephraim on Tuesday, and Hope United Church of Christ in Sturgeon Bay on Wednesday. Even though each of those performances will feature the same pieces by Bartok and Faure, the different venues all play differently to the musicians according to Executive Director Allyson Fleck.
Tickets are available for all of the performances through Labor Day weekend. You can listen to our full conversation with Fleck and new Development Director Seth Hanford by clicking this link.