Egg Harbor, Wis. (August 18, 2020) – Midsummer’s Music will present a live, socially distant, outdoor performance of the Friends of Old program Saturday, September 5, on the grounds of Woodwalk Gallery in Egg Harbor.
Enjoy the music of Anton Reicha and Ludwig van Beethoven. Starting time TBA. The concert features musicians David Perry and Ann Palen (violins), Sally Chisholm and Allyson Fleck (violas), Greg Sauer (cello), and Daniel Won (clarinet).
The Friends of Old program is sponsored by Platinum – Laurey & Phillip Clampitt and Gold – Roy & Betsy Gill.
Bring your own chairs, refreshments, and masks to your 8’x8′ block.
All blocks are 8’x8′ for up to two (2) patrons. Concertgoers should dress for potentially cool weather, and they are welcome to bring their own picnics.
Tickets for the September 5 performance will be available shortly. Tickets must be purchased in advance. No walk-ups will be permitted.
The safety of the audience and musicians is of utmost importance to Midsummer’s Music.
Midsummer’s Music follows all COVID-19 guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control, the State of Wisconsin, and Door County, including wearing masks except while eating or drinking; social distancing; and limiting the crowd size to 50. Attendees understand that there is a risk to being in crowds, and they indemnify Midsummer’s Music from liability.
Anyone who has been around someone who is ill from contracting COVID-19, is ill themselves, or suspects they might be ill should not attend.