2018–2019 SYMPHONY SEASON

Single tickets for all concerts
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2018–2019 SYMPHONY SEASON

25 Years of Great Music
with John DeMain

2018–2019 SYMPHONY SEASON

New subscribers save up to 50%
off single ticket prices!

2018–2019 ORGAN SEASON

Subscriptions available now
for all four performances

2018–2019 ORGAN SEASON

Subscribers save 25%
off single ticket prices!

2018–2019 ORGAN SEASON

Single tickets for all performances
on sale NOW!

2018 GALA

Featuring Christina and Michelle
Naughton, duo pianists

2018 GALA

RSVP by: September 14
Event: Friday, September 21

2018 GALA

RSVP by: September 14
Event: Friday, September 21

Party of Note

It’s Magic (+ Music)
Tues. August 21, limited seating

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Celebrate 25 Years of Great Music with John DeMain

Our 93rd season and John DeMain’s 25th anniversary as Music Director of the Madison Symphony Orchestra celebration begins with the Silver Anniversary Gala on Friday, September 21st. The “Season Premiere: Ax is Back!” opens with one of the world’s great pianists, Emanuel Ax, September 28-30. Subscriptions to MSO’s 2018-19 Symphony season concerts are available now.

Experience the Magic of the Mighty Klais...

Greg Zelek, MSO’s Principal Organist and Curator of the Overture Concert Organ opens the 2018-19 Organ season on September 18th, with “organ favorites” that will demonstrate both the subtlety and power of the Mighty Klais. You can subscribe to all four season performances now.

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Next Concerts

Greg Zelek

The 2018-2019 Overture Concert Organ season opens with Principal Organist Greg Zelek performing some of his favorite works.

September 18

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Ax is Back!

The Madison Symphony Orchestra's 2018-2019 season opens with the return of one of the world's great pianists, Emanuel Ax.

September 28 - September 30, 2018

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Epic Romance

The dynamic Canadian Tania Miller is featured as guest conductor, and Grammy Award-winning cellist Zuill Bailey makes his Madison debut.

October 19 - October 21, 2018

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Next Concerts & Events

It's Magic!

Only a few tickets are left for this MSOL Party of Note event on Tuesday, August 21 featuring a professional magician performing close-up, sleight-of-hand and more magic, plus an opening performance by Greg Zelek!

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Greg Zelek

The 2018-2019 Overture Concert Organ season opens with Principal Organist Greg Zelek performing some of his favorite works.

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Symphony Gala

The Silver Anniversary Gala marks the start of a year-long celebration of John DeMain's 25th anniversary as MSO's Music Director! Don't miss this Madison Symphony Orchestra League event happening Friday, September 21.

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Ax is Back!

The Madison Symphony Orchestra's 2018-2019 season opens with the return of one of the world's great pianists, Emanuel Ax.

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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