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THE MOZART REQUIEM
Mozart's final composition remains one of his most compelling, moving performers and audiences to this day. No less dramatic are the grand concerto played at the dedication of the Overture Concert Organ and a colorful Bohemian dance.

HAVE LUNCH WITH LAUBE!
Sign up for the Magic of Music Lunch with Nathan Laube, and you'll experience his wizardry from the stage in Overture Hall!

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One hour before each performance with Beverly Taylor, Director, Madison Symphony Chorus.
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Provided by
ROMA E.
LENEHAN, IN
MEMORY OF
ANGELENA
FRENSLEY
LENEHAN
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ERDMAN
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UNIVERSITY RESEARCH PARK
“University Research Park is proud to support the Madison Symphony Orchestra and your efforts to contribute to the extraordinary arts and entertainment scene in our community. The arts are important to our science and technology companies and provide our entrepreneurs with an exciting and stimulating quality of life. The Symphony is part of what makes Madison unique and distinctive. Good luck on a successful season!”
– Mark Bugher, Director, University Research Park