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Learn more about Beethoven in a Partner Story written by Orli Shaham in celebration of the musical great’s 250th birthday. Tickets for the September Joyful Reunion performance go on sale August 21st at 11:00 a.m.
NEWS: Overture Center Safety Policies Update, August 19, 2021. COVID-19 safety policies will be in effect for our upcoming events — the free Farmers’ Market Organ Concert on Saturday, August 28, and September “Joyful Reunion — Beethoven’s Ninth” on September 24, 25 & 26.
Our July 2021 E-News highlights the upcoming Farmer’s Market Concert and the 2021 Symphony Gala. Plus, learn more about the upcoming symphony and organ seasons, read out Guest Artist Spotlight series, and more!
The Olbrich Botanical Gardens Thai Garden was indeed the perfect setting for a concert presented by the Madison Symphony Orchestra’s Rhapsodie Quartet on Friday, July 16. This exhilarating concert marked the first live performance by Madison Symphony Orchestra musicians since March of 2020!
PRESS RELEASE: Madison Symphony Orchestra Celebrates a Return to Live Concerts, a special presentation of “Joyful Reunion — Beethoven’s Ninth” with performances September 24, 25 & 26, 2021
Did you know that Thomas Mesa, joining us for Grand Panorama in November, is the recent recipient of a Sphinx MPower scholarship? Learn more about Mr. Mesa and this exciting award.
Our June 2021 E-News highlights our 2021/22 Organ Season Announcement and the upcoming Symphony Season. Plus, learn about the upcoming MSOL Parties of Note and more!
We are thrilled to be returning to Overture Hall this fall and are excited to present a program filled with Beethoven and much more. Read Lindsay Christians’ article for more.
Our May 2021 E-News highlights our 2021/22 Season Announcement and The Final Forte 2021 on PBS Wisconsin. Plus, learn about the upcoming MSOL Parties of Note and more!
We are proud to say that the MSO Musicians’ Relief Fund was able to pay our 91 contracted musicians for the missed concerts last season. Learn more about the Musicians Relief Fund in this article by Gayle Worland.