Updates to Concerts & Events
Madison Symphony Orchestra Concerts and Events — 20/21 Season Update
We are grieved to announce that, due to ongoing public health concerns, all previously planned Madison Symphony Orchestra Concerts, Education and Community Engagement Programs, and Overture Concert Organ Performances are cancelled through May 2021. Our June 2021 Concert on the Green remains on our schedule at this time.
MSO season subscription ticketholders will be offered the option to donate their tickets or receive a refund. More information on this will be available soon. Read our press release for more information. You can also read more about how we’re responding to current events by visiting our 20/21 Season FAQs and Winter/Spring 2020 Q&As pages.
We all look forward to a new beginning with John DeMain and the orchestra in September 2021. Please stay tuned for some exciting news about next season. In the meantime, should there be a breakthrough opportunity to restore any of the cancelled concerts and events to the schedule, we will be prepared to do so. View our calendar for more information.
Canceled 20/21 Symphony Concerts Include:
Sept. 25–27, Infinite Joy: Beethoven’s Ninth
Oct. 16–18, Ravishing Rhapsody
Nov. 13–15, Grand Panorama
Dec. 4–6, A Madison Symphony Christmas
Jan. 24, Beyond the Score®: Stravinsky, The Rite of Spring
Feb. 12–14, Gil Shaham Plays the Beethoven Violin Concerto
Mar. 12–14, His Greatest Hits
Apr. 16–18, Ehnes Plays Sibelius
May 7–9, Missa Solemnis
Subscribers will be offered the option to donate their tickets or receive a refund. More information will be available soon. Visit our 20/21 Symphony Season for the latest information about alternative programming for this season and subscriptions for next season.
Canceled 20/21 Organ Performances Include:
February 2021, Thomas Trotter
April 2021, Greg Zelek
Visit our 20/21 Organ Season page for the latest information about alternative programming for this season and subscriptions for next season.
Madison Symphony Orchestra League
June 21, 2021: Concert on the Green is still taking place as planned.
Additionally, Parties of Note will open for registration in 2021. For the latest information, click here.
Please note that with news developing as rapidly as it has been, all programs, dates, and artists are subject to change. Thank you!