Serafin Summer Music returns bringing 22 acclaimed artists to Delaware from around the nation and the globe. The three-week schedule offers seven concerts, live and livestreamed from The Music School of Delaware in Wilmington.
The artists roster includes musicians from Philadelphia, Chicago, New York, Oregon, Florida, Atlanta, and even Norway. Eclectic and varied programs feature chamber works for strings, winds, piano & voice.
The festival opens with an all-Gershwin program including "Rhapsody in Blue" for solo piano. June 5 brings "Sibling Rivalry," featuring three violin/piano sibling pairs. "Songs of Norway" on June 6 puts the works of Edvard Grieg and other Norwegian composers center stage.
Additionally, festival performances also present piano quintets of Dvorak and Schumann; infrequently heard masterworks of Beethoven and Brahms; and works by Clara Schumann and by Danish composer, Niels Gade.