CONCERT HOURS & LOCATION

When

Every Wednesday @ 7:30pm​

Beginning May 22 through August 14

Where

Gobin United Methodist Church

307 Simpson St. 

Greencastle, IN 46135

       

 

CONTACT US 

General Information

gsmfdirector@gmail.com

Booking Inquiries 

Eric Edberg

greencastlesummermusic@gmail.com

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© 2017 by Greencastle Summer Music Festival

Welcome!

Greencastle Summer Music Festival is a performing arts series held every summer in Greencastle, Indiana. For thirteen years, our series has brought the community together with "friends making music for friends". These free concerts are held every Wednesday at 7:30 PM in the main hall of Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church (307 Simpson St., Greencastle, IN). Please join us for these relaxed gatherings in which professional musicians share music they love. 

Featured Concerts

"Brahms and Friends"
Tad Robinson Band
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Indiana Wind Ensemble
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GSMF News & Updates

Duo Diez to Perform Wednedsay, June 19th

The Greencastle Summer Music Festival continues at 7:30pm Wednesday with Duo Diez, guitarist Espen Jensen and violist Donna Lively Clark. The program includes arrangements of folk music from Haiti, solo guitar works by the great Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, a new work by Vidar Christensen, original compositions by Jensen, and tangos by the great Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla.

May 27, 2019

GSMF Continues with "Musical Mosaic" — Wednesday, May 29 @ 7:30pm

The Greencastle Summer Music Festival continues its weekly series of 7:30 pm Wednesday free concerts on May 29 in Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church with “Musical Mosaic,” a performance by cellist Eric Edberg and pianist Claude Cymerman, both emeritus professor of the DePauw School of Music, joined by cellist Peter Kim, a 2017 DePauw graduate, in two of the works.

 

Short pieces by Vivaldi (the exciting Concerto for Two Cellos), Fauré, Bartok, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, and the great violinist Fritz Kreisler will be featured, along with a set of tango-inspired compositions. Cymerman and Edberg will also be playing Wednesday afternoon for the children in the Summer Enrichment Program, also hosted by Gobin.

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