Celebrate 25 Years of Great Music with John DeMain
Our Madison Symphony Orchestra’s 93rd season continues November 9, 10 & 11 with an exciting tribute to Leonard Bernstein. Remembering Lenny includes three of his compositions, and the last work he conducted, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7. Madison favorite Christopher Taylor shines as our guest artist playing the dynamic piano part in Bernstein’s Age of Anxiety.
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Nov. 30, Dec. 1&2, begin your holiday season together with the MSO, Mt. Zion Gospel Choir, Madison Youth Choirs, and singers Cecilia Violetta López and Kyle Ketelsen.
November 30 - December 2, 2018more
One performance on Sun. Jan. 20 features a multimedia experience with APT actors and music, and the Symphony in its entirety after intermission.
01/20/2019 @ 2:30 pm - January 20, 2019more
Next Concerts & Events
On Monday, Nov. 26, raise a joyful noise with the Overture Concert Organ. Join our Principal Organist Greg Zelek to celebrate and share the spirit of the season together. It's FREE and all ages are welcome!more
Nov. 30, Dec. 1&2, begin your holiday season together with the MSO, Mt. Zion Gospel Choir, Madison Youth Choirs, and singers Cecilia Violetta López and Kyle Ketelsen.more
Join your Madison Symphony Orchestra for a special Club 201 social gathering this holiday season in conjunction with A Madison Symphony Christmas, Friday, November 30 and Saturday, December 1!more
One performance on Sun. Jan. 20 features a multimedia experience with APT actors and music, and the Symphony in its entirety after intermission.more
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People go to concerts to hear music that moves them… and great symphonic music moves us like nothing else can. Please join us on the journey, and listen as the music speaks to you.- MSO Music Director John DeMain