Attending Epic Romance this weekend? Still need to buy your tickets and interested in learning more about the performances? Here’s everything you need to know about our upcoming concert weekend, October 19-21:
Friday, October 19 | 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, October 20 | 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 21 | 2:30 p.m.
The concert will be approximately 2 hours long and includes a 20 minute intermission.
Tania Miller, Guest Conductor
Zuill Bailey, Cello
Elgar, Cello Concerto
Tchaikovsky, Symphony No. 5
Guest Conductor: Tania Miller
Canadian Conductor Tania Miller has distinguished herself as a dynamic interpreter, musician and innovator on the podium and off. Ms. Miller has appeared as a guest conductor in Canada, the United States and Europe. Over the past 14 years as Music Director of the Victoria Symphony in Canada, Tania Miller gained national acclaim for her passion and commitment to the orchestra and community. Acknowledged for the impact and success of her tenure, she was recently bestowed with the title Music Director Emerita of the Victoria Symphony. Discover more.
Guest Artist: Zuill Bailey
Zuill Bailey, widely considered one of the premier cellists in the world, has been featured with symphony orchestras worldwide. In 2017 Mr. Bailey won a best solo performance Grammy Award for his Live Recording of “Tales of Hemingway,” by composer Michael Daugherty. His celebrated “Bach Cello Suites” and recently released Britten Cello Symphony/Sonata CD with pianist Natasha Paremski, immediately soared to the Number One spot on the Classical Billboard Charts. Discover more.
Buy Zuill Bailey CDs at the concert and have them signed!
Zuill Bailey CDs will be available for $20 each at the MSO Courtesy Table in the Overture Center Lobby, and Mr. Bailey will be signing them during intermission. The table will be open 90 minutes before each concert and during intermission.
Attend the Prelude Discussion
Enjoy a 30-minute talk by Beverly Taylor, Madison Symphony Chorus Director, starting one hour before each concert in Overture Hall. Free to ticketholders.
Read the Program Notes
These insightful notes, written by Michael Allsen, are available to read online and are always in the program book at the concert.
Security and Parking Note
So that you may have peace of mind at the concert this weekend, we recommend you arrive early enough to find parking and for security purposes. The Overture lobby opens 90 minutes before the concert begins. We recommend parking in a city lot and arriving as early as your schedule allows so that you are able to relax before the concert begins. Click here for more information on the Overture Center’s security measures.
See you at the Symphony!
With any further questions, please call the MSO Office at (608) 257-3734.