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The Mimir Chamber Music Festival celebrates its milestone 20th anniversary season in 2017. Since its launch in 1998, the annual festival has presented over 100 exceptional concerts by renowned Mimir artists, and they have mentored some 250 talented young Emerging Artists. Named for the Norse god of wisdom, the Festival features outstanding musicians from the world’s leading orchestras, music schools and concert halls. This season, they will present five Mimir Artists concerts and two Emerging Artists concerts over a 12 day period.

Six of the concerts will take place at the TCU School of Music’s Walsh Center for the Performing Arts, and there will be a special matinee performance on July 2 in the Kimbell Art Museum’s Renzo Piano Pavilion.

The Mimir Chamber Music Festival celebrates its milestone 20th anniversary season in 2017. Since its launch in 1998, the annual festival has presented over 100 exceptional concerts by renowned Mimir artists, and they have mentored some 250 talented young Emerging Artists. Named for the Norse god of wisdom, the Festival features outstanding musicians from the world’s leading orchestras, music schools and concert halls. This season, they will present five Mimir Artists concerts and two Emerging Artists concerts over a 12 day period.

Six of the concerts will take place at the TCU School of Music’s Walsh Center for the Performing Arts, and there will be a special matinee performance on July 2 in the Kimbell Art Museum’s Renzo Piano Pavilion.

The Mimir Chamber Music Festival celebrates its milestone 20th anniversary season in 2017. Since its launch in 1998, the annual festival has presented over 100 exceptional concerts by renowned Mimir artists, and they have mentored some 250 talented young Emerging Artists. Named for the Norse god of wisdom, the Festival features outstanding musicians from the world’s leading orchestras, music schools and concert halls. This season, they will present five Mimir Artists concerts and two Emerging Artists concerts over a 12 day period.

Six of the concerts will take place at the TCU School of Music’s Walsh Center for the Performing Arts, and there will be a special matinee performance on July 2 in the Kimbell Art Museum’s Renzo Piano Pavilion.

WHEN

WHERE

Mary D. and Howard Walsh Center For Performing Arts
2800 S. University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76129
http://www.mimirfestival.org/

TICKET INFO

$35
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