Meadowlark's 2015 Festival announced!
Celebrating 15 Summers of Music!

Concerts for Meadowlark’s 15th Season were announced Friday, March 20 in a joint event with the Lied Piano Circle.

Artists will include:

French Double Bassist, François Rabbath
July 10 @ St Paul Methodist Church, Lincoln

Russian Violinist, Anna Vayman with British Cellist Peter Opie
July 11 @ 1st Plymouth Church, Lincoln
July 12 @ The Lark, Hastings

Crossover Violinist, Christian Howes with Southern Exposure
July 16 @ The Stuhr Museum, Grand Island
July 17 @ the new Lincoln Tower Square

American Soprano, Mimmi Fulmer
July 18 @ Southwood Lutheran Church, Lincoln
July 19 @ World Theater, Kearney

*** more details to come ***


We are deeply honored that the family of Walker Kennedy has designated Meadowlark as one of the organizations for giving in his memory. Walker and Diane faithfully served Meadowlark as Board Members and supports for many, many years.

Your memorial gift to Walker Kennedy will be acknowledged to the family.

Meadowlark Music Festival
1135 M St., Suite A
Lincoln, NE 68508


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“Lincoln, America’s Happiest City” – Gallup, 2013

I invite you to join with me and the Meadowlark Board of Directors as we strive to enhance your happiness with world-class music events in charming and intriguing places. 
- Hans Sturm, Executive and Artistic Director Meadowlark Music Festival

Founded in 2000, winner of the 2006 Governor’s Arts Award and called “the festival to watch” by Chamber Music America, the Meadowlark Music Festival is returning to Lincoln after a year-long hiatus in 2012.

For over 10 years the Meadowlark Music Festival has been Nebraska’s premier international summer chamber music festival bringing world-class artists to unique settings across the city of Lincoln from the International Quilt Museum to the Sunken Garden to the skyboxes at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Memorial Stadium. Performers are likewise diverse and have included such international talents as the Grammy-nominated Chiara String Quartet, the Australian Guitar Duo, the Rastrelli Cello Quartet, and the Boston Brass. Concerts are family friendly and musicians come to perform and interact with audiences and talented students. Please join us this summer and enhance your happiness!

A 501 (c) 3* nonprofit organization, the Meadowlark Music Festival’s mission is to make classical music a necessary component of every Nebraskan’s definition of “The Good Life.”

*All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.