Thanks to all who made our 2018 Festival a success: our artists, our volunteers, and -- most important -- you, our audience.
**NEW addition to the performance calendar: Sunday, August 26 at 2pm at the Old Mint in San Francisco. Midsummer Mozart is kicking off a new concert series at this historic venue. Free admission, donations accepted. Complimentary glass of wine and charcuterie.
For the fall: mark your calendar for our Tuesday, October 23 noontime concert (well, 12:30pm, actually) in San Francisco. Free admission, donations accepted.
Meanwhile, you can relive the July performances by visiting our Gallery page or watching snippets of a recent rehearsal. The Silicon Valley Voice has featured an informative aricle about the Santa Clara performance. The East Bay Times described the Festival's return from its 2016 hiatus.
The orchestra was conducted by Paul Schrage. Paul was George Cleve's last student and is proud to carry on the tradition with the Midsummer Mozart Festival. The Festival featured Ani Bukujian, who was recently named Principal Second Violinist for the San Francisco Ballet.
As we plan for the Festival's future, your support will help us continue to serve the Bay Area by producing exciting, moving, and affordable performances that audiences have grown to love. Please consider making a donation to help sustain this Bay Area tradition.
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A beloved Bay Area institution, the Midsummer Mozart Festival was founded in 1974 and is still the only music festival in North America dedicated exclusively to Mozart. The Festival presents a critically-acclaimed summer concert season featuring renowned international soloists as well as distinguished local artists, with a dedication to fresh and intelligent interpretation of the work of this most enduring and universally loved composer. Our mission embraces both performances of the highest artistic excellence and cultivation of new audiences, including young people, to assure the future appreciation of great music and the arts.