Musical Arts Series Port Clinton COVID-19 announcement
update June, 2020

The Musical Arts Series Port Clinton steering committee is closely monitoring the COVID-19 virus recommendations of the CDC, the Ohio Department of Health, and the Ottawa County Health Department.

The Musical Arts Series Port Clinton steering committee has made the decision to postpone the Gavin George concert at the Firelands Presbyterian Church until the 2021 concert schedule.

The Cleveland Institute of Music concert on April 26th was cancelled.

The Steve and Lisa Ball concert, originally scheduled for June 7th, has been postponed until later this summer at an outdoor venue to be announced.

The Mark Kosower concert on Sunday, May 17, 2020 has been postponed until the 2021 concert schedule.

These decisions were made following the guidelines for social distancing, based on the elderly demographics of our patrons, the close personal contact of our performance venue, and the recommendations of local medical advisors. We will continue to closely monitor the status of the COVID-19 pandemic to make decisions on whether to hold the remainder of our 2019-2020 concerts. Some or all of the remaining MAS concerts for this concert season could be cancelled or postponed on short notice. Please check this website or our Facebook page frequently for the latest information about upcoming concerts.

This concert has been postponed until the 2021 concert schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Teenage Pianist Inspiring Audiences Worldwide Returns to Port Clinton”

Gavin George, Piano

Firelands Presbyterian Church

Sponsored by: Miller Ferries to Put-In-Bay and Arby’s Port Clinton

The lovely rose garden in front of Firelands Presbyterian Church honors Dr. Jay Mann, Professor Emeritus of Music at Heidelberg College in Tiffin, where he was Professor of Voice and Chorus for 29 years. After retiring and moving to Lakeside in 1998, Dr. Mann and his wife, Margaret, were musicians at Firelands Church. Dr. Mann also served as President of the Musical Arts Series in Port Clinton, and coordinated pre-concert talks for the Lakeside Symphony Orchestra. He retired fully in 2012, and moved to Colorado Springs to be closer to his family.

Sandusky Register

Intimate music series continues in Port Clinton

Special to the Register

There’s no shortage of world-class musical talent in Northern Ohio. However, most performances are taking place in Toledo and Cleveland.

That is unless it’s a  Musical Arts Series – Port Clinton concert, which six to eight times a year features topnotch artists showing off their talents at the intimate Firelands Presbyterian Church.