Summer Strings

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The Marquette Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Strings returns for a second year with three free performances.

The third is Wednesday, July 24 at 6:00 p.m. at Ore Dock Brewing Company, featuring rock through the decades.

This performance is free, open to all ages and features members of the Marquette Symphony Orchestra strings section. Donations will be accepted.

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The Marquette Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Strings returns for a second year with three free, family-friendly performances.  The first is Wednesday, June 26 at 6:00 p.m. at the Marquette Commons, as part of Marquette Art Week.  In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be held at Messiah Lutheran Church at 305 W. Magnetic Street.  This performance is free and features members of the Marquette Symphony Orchestra strings section.

An MSO String Quartet will also play during the Art Stroll on Thursday, June 27 outside the Pocket Park on the 100 block of W. Washington St.

The Superior String Alliance Chamber Players are going on their annual summer tour July 17-20, and they are sharing concerts with different local musicians.  They also have their summer camp for string students young and old.  Danielle Simandl, Executive Director of the SSA came to Public Radio 90 to talk about the events.


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Janis Peterson is the concertmaster and a performer in the Marquette Symphony Orchestra, and she stopped by our studios to talk about the MSO's Summer Strings Concert.  The Summer Strings are a small ensemble of string players from the MSO that perform in public spaces and spotlight the strings section of the orchestra.