Welcome to the 2022-2023 Season

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Farewell Season Tour
Final Michigan Performance

Three Unique Concerts
June 20, 22, 24, 2023

Seligman Performing
Arts Center

The appearance of the Emerson String Quartet is made possible by the generous support of David Nathanson.

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Upcoming Performances


Adventures in Harmony

Kerrytown Concert House 415 N 4th Ave, Ann Arbor, MI

Saturday, June 10 | 7:30 PM Kerrytown Concert House Sponsored by Pearl Planning ARTISTS | Alessio Bax, Tessa Lark, Nathan Stark, Pelia String Quartet BARTÓK String Quartet No. 3, Sz....

OPENING NIGHT: Masterful Mozart: Così fan tutte

Seligman Performing Arts Center 22305 West Thirteen Mile Rd., Beverly Hills, MI

OPENING NIGHT Sunday, June 11 | 5 PM Seligman Performing Arts Center Sponsored by Aviva & Dean Friedman ARTISTS | Alessio Bax, Robyn Bollinger, Kimberly Kaloyanides Kennedy, Yvonne Lam, Nathan...

Opening Night Dinner

Seligman Performing Arts Center 22305 West Thirteen Mile Rd., Beverly Hills, MI

Sponsored by Virginia & Michael Geheb Join the artists after the performance for our Opening Night Dinner, kicking off the 2023 Festival. Catered by Plum Market. Call 248-559-2097 for more...

Watch our 2022 Festival Stories

Every summer, the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival brings together the world’s finest musicians to offer extraordinary musical performances and experiences. Our “Festival Stories” are short videos which celebrate and preserve the intimate musical dialogue that is unique to chamber music. Taking listeners beyond their seats in the audience, cinematographer Zac Nicholson chronicles the 2022 Festival, its performers and their unique experiences both on and off stage.

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