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The Pine Mountain Music Festival!

PMMF has been building community in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan through classical music since 1991.

This season's events include Bergonzi Trio evening concerts and children's concerts, UPstarts! concerts, puppetry workshops, peak performance workshops, and pop-up On the Town chamber music performances!

Pine Mountain Music Festival Presents: Bach in the Mine


Experience the music of J.S. Bach in a way you never have! Pine Mountain Music Festival (PMMF) presents a concert at the Quincy Mine Hoist house with our very own Adam Hall playing solo Bach. Amazing acoustics and a candlelit performance followed by reception of wine and desserts, and of course, there will be chocolate!

Bach in the Mine is a fundraiser for the upcoming 2023 PMMF season, and your support will ensure that we can continue to provide our community with the highest quality classical music programming. Can't make the event? Donate online to PMMF!

Bach in the Mine will be September 16 at 7:00 p.m. This concert will have limited seating and will be advance tickets only. There will be no day of concert tickets available.

Friday, September 16th at 7:00 p.m.

Quincy Mine Hoist House

This concert has limited seating. Advance tickets only. There will be no day of concert tickets available. Tickets for this event are $100 per person and include the concert and a wine and dessert reception. Tickets can be purchased at the Rozsa Center Box office or at

The Pine Mountain Music Festival (PMMF) was founded in Iron Mountain, Michigan, in 1991 by Laura Jean Deming, a cellist and member of the orchestra of Lyric Opera of Chicago. That first season was primarily chamber music, but by 1992 opera was being produced.

The festival runs during mid-June in Houghton, Marquette, and Iron Counties in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

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