Spring Young People’s Concert

Young People’s

Spring Young People’s Concert

Thursday, March 14, 2019, 10:00 a.m.
Overture Hall in Overture Center for the Arts

Download the 2019 Spring Young People’s Concert Curriculum Guide

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The Spring Young People’s Concert creates memorable musical experiences for students in grades 6-12, showcasing the talents of the winners of the annual Bolz Young Artist Competition.

Our corresponding Curriculum Guide will get your students thinking more deeply about the musical selections, creating a richer concert experience. The Guide is based on the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for Music Education and the Comprehensive Musicianship through Performance model.

Would you like to attend?

Seats for the MSO’s youth concerts are $4 per student. Parents, teachers, and chaperones are free of charge with groups over 10 students. Subsidized tickets are available depending on your school’s participation in the free/reduced lunch program.

If you have any questions, please contact MSO Director of Education and Community Engagement Kathryn Schwarzmann at (608) 257-3734 x225 or kschwarzmann@madisonsymphony.org.


It is truly a unique and sacred opportunity when our high school students are able to hear peers perform with such passion and sensitivity.

La Crosse Central High School Teacher

The Spring Young People’s Concert is truly an exceptional experience for my students; a chance to see the limitless possibilities ahead of them.

Stoughton High School Teacher

Thank you to our generous sponsors

Major funding provided by


Additional funding provided by

American Family Insurance

Dan and Natalie Erdman 

Dane Arts

The Evjue Foundation, Inc., the charitable arm of The Capital Times

Great Dane Brewing Co.

Linda Hogle

William J. and Joyce F. Wartmann Fund

Wisconsin Arts Boards

This project is supported by Dane Arts with additional funds from the Endres Mfg. Company Foundation, The Evjue Foundation, Inc., charitable arm of The Capital Times, the W. Jerome Frautschi Foundation, and the Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation.

Wisconsin Arts Board support comes with additional funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts.