Summer Music Series at St. Hugo's

 

Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival

 

The Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival was born in 1994 of a remarkable relationship between religious and cultural institutions. A secular event, the Festival is sponsored by three religious institutions (representing Catholic, Jewish, and Protestant faiths) and Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings, a prominent musical ensemble that also provides administration for the Festival.

In two weeks each June, the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival presents more than 20 concerts in southeastern Michigan. Many of these performances occur in the venues of the Festival's sponsors - St. Hugo of the Hills Catholic Church, Temple Beth El, and Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Church. Additional concert locations have included the Detroit Institute of Arts, Kerrytown Concert House (Ann Arbor), Seligman Performing Arts Center, various locations in Grosse Pointe, the Capitol Theatre in Windsor (Ont.) and St. Thomas Aquinas Church in East Lansing. A special highlight was a performance at the Library of Congress, in Washington, D.C.

For more information, please visit the GLCMF website: http://greatlakeschambermusic.org.

 

Carillon Concert Series

 

This series, funded through the generosity of a St. Hugo parishioner, takes place on Thursday evenings during the month of July.   Admission is free and all are encouraged to bring a blanket and picnic supper to enjoy on our beautiful and tranquil grounds. 

 

2017 Series (all concerts are at 7:00 pm)

 

  • July 6, Gordon Slater

  • July 13, James Fackenthal

  • July 20, Sharon Hettinger

  • July 27, Julie Ford


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