Both virtuoso Violinist Blake Pouliot and Madison born Guest Conductor Kenneth Woods make their debuts with us for “The Miracle” concerts on March 6, 7 and 8. Blake Pouliot performs the beloved Mendelssohn Violin Concerto, and Maestro Woods leads the orchestra presenting Haydn’s Symphony No. 96, the Miracle, and closes with the massive and virtuosic orchestral tone poem by Richard Strauss — Ein Heldenleben (A Hero’s Life).
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Blake Pouliot play Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto, and Kenneth Woods conducts March 6–8.
March 6 - March 8, 2020more
The Madison Symphony Chorus and four guest singers join the MSO to perform Dvořák’s Requiem April 3–5.
April 3 - April 5, 2020more
Next Concerts & Events
Four of Wisconsin's brightest young musicians compete for top honors in Overture Hall, in a performance broadcast live on PBS Wisconsin and WPR on February 26.more
Blake Pouliot play Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto, and Kenneth Woods conducts March 6–8.more
Join Kenneth Woods for an intimate afternoon at Blackhawk Country Club as she discusses in-depth musical topics over a delicious meal. RSVP by February 21.more
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