Minnesota Beethoven Festival
Winona welcomes world renowned artists
The Minnesota Beethoven Festival is an annual, three-week classical music festival in Winona, presenting nationally and internationally recognized artists in performance each summer.
Since 2007, the Minnesota Beethoven Festival has celebrated the music and legacy of Ludwig van Beethoven, in an unequaled environment of performance, discovery, and community, nestled in the quaint bluffs of southeast Minnesota.
Masters like Yo-Yo Ma, the Vienna Boys Choir and the Minnesota Orchestra have all paid homage to Beethoven in this premiere festival, which transforms Winona into a classical music Mecca each summer.
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The Minnesota Beethoven Festival returns in 2021 for their fourteenth season, presenting a mix of new and returning internationally-renowned classical artists. The season opens on June 27, 2021 with the Pacifica String Quartet and concludes on July 15, 2021 with violinist Grace Park. Other artists include Chanticleer, the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet (LAGQ), the American String Quartet, and the Manhattan Chamber players, as well as pianists Adam Golka and Marc-André Hamelin.
“We are delighted to be back with a full season,” says Artistic & Managing Director Ned Kirk. “With new social distancing and safety measures in place, we are thrilled to once again present amazing artists to the Winona community.”
2021 Minnesota Beethoven Festival Concerts
June 27: Pacifica String Quartet
June 29: Adam Golka, piano
July 2: Manhattan Chamber Players
July 6: American String Quartet
July 8: Los Angeles Guitar Quartet
July 11: Marc-André Hamelin, piano
July 13: Chanticleer
July 15: Grace Park, violinHours: Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (507) 474-9055 Address: