25. May 2009 · 8 comments · Categories: Concerts

Richard Scheinin has an article about the various summer classical music events in the area. As he writes, “This summer’s classical music and opera landscape is a little daunting. There’s too much to choose from, a nice dilemma, but we’ll need to get our bearings. So let’s draw a map and pushpin a few of the possibilities.”

And I have nary one job this summer.



  1. I can’t get the link in this post – is it working for you?

  2. Does it work for you now? I don’t know what was wrong … but I just redid the link and it works for me here.

  3. Nope, still can’t get it.

  4. Weird. It works for me. Do you need to refresh your page, maybe? In any case, just go to the Merc and search on Midsummer Mozart and you’ll get to the article.

  5. patti with an i

    fyi, link didn’t work for me either

  6. I haven’t a clue why the link doesn’t work for you two. Maybe it doesn’t work for anyone else? I wonder. Maybe it’s because I’m registered at the Merc? Hmmm.

  7. The link worked fine for me.

    I was gratified to see that the reviewer included the Midsummer Mozart festival, in which I’m greatly looking forward to participating later this summer.

  8. He would never leave MM out, I’m sure! (He’s a great fan of George’s.) I played MM for a good number of years, and really loved all I learned back then.