Only in Fort Worth can you find a music festival that is named for the Norse god of wisdom and attracts artists from some of the world’s best music schools and orchestras. The Mimir Chamber Music Event is hosted by the Texas Christian University Music School. The concerts will take place in the Walsh Center for Performing Arts in the PepsiCo Recital Hall.
Founded in 1997 the Mimir Chamber Music Festival will be celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. The festival will last two weeks and will hold master classes for aspiring pre-professional musicians. If you are not a musician but would like to enjoy the festival in the evenings guest artists will be performing. There will be five different opportunities to see exciting and unique performances by guest artists.
This year’s festival is expecting to have performances by the Chicago Symphony and Cleveland Orchestra, Winners of the Van Cliburn and Leeds International Piano Competitions, outstanding TCU faculty and other internationally acclaimed musicians. So make sure to mark your calendar and make it out to TCU to see at least one of these performances.