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2016-17 Remaining Open Dress Rehearsals:

Thurs., Apr. 6, 2017 | 7 p.m.-with pianist Philippe Bianconi
Click here to make your reservation for the April Open Dress Rehearsal via email
Or call us at (608) 257-3735 Ext. 221.
Be sure to include your name and the number in your party.
The MSO is one of the few orchestras in the nation to welcome the public into select dress rehearsals, free of charge. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to experience a working symphony in action and be sure to bring the young musicians in your life to see what happens behind the scenes.
You must call ahead to reserve your seat! Reservations can be made beginning one month prior to each Dress Rehearsal. Seating is limited.
Please arrive in Overture Hall by 6:45 p.m. so you can be seated before the rehearsal begins. Children under age six are not allowed. The rehearsal will last two and a half hours with a 15 minute break.
“Thank you for the opportunity to see the symphony’s practice…It’s really nice to be able to expose my 3 boys to an orchestra…They truthfully enjoyed it, too.” – Patron

Pamela Ploetz and John Henderson