Madison Symphony Orchestra League
MSOL Connect & Behind the Music Events
MSOL Connect is a series of free one-hour online events to keep MSOL members connected and engaged. You can also watch any of our outstanding MSOL Connect programs again. Click here to explore past MSOL Connect events.
Parties of Note
The MSOL’s Parties of Note is a series of themed parties to benefit the Madison Symphony Orchestra. Many parties have already sold out, but please click the green button below to learn more about this year’s events, see current availability and register or join waitlists.
Our annual Symphony Gala, presented by the Madison Symphony Orchestra League, celebrates and supports our award-winning Education and Community Engagement Programs at the Madison Concourse Hotel. Learn more about the event.
Part of the Madison community since 1956, the Madison Symphony Orchestra League (MSOL) is an organization of more than 350 members committed to supporting the Madison Symphony Orchestra’s artistic, financial and educational mission. Membership is open to all, and new members are welcome at any time!
Benefits of Membership
- Enjoy a community of friends who share your passion for music
- Volunteer your time and talent
- Contribute to our city’s cultural landscape
As a member, you’ll receive:
- Invitations to exclusive member events including parties, luncheons, and concert previews
- Monthly MSOL Member E-news highlighting activities and opportunities
- Score newsletter from the MSO and MSOL
- Membership Directory (Annual printed version; Online version updated monthly)
Follow MSOL on Facebook!
MSOL Member Events
Members of the Madison Symphony Orchestra League receive access to special concert previews, lunches with musical performances, and other social events. Learn more about them below or volunteer to help plan an event.
Fellowship, Music, and More
Fall, Winter, and Spring Luncheons bring members together for food and fellowship, and feature MSO musicians or guest artists as performers or speakers. And a special Holiday Party is hosted by the League in December to celebrate the season.
Ladies Bridge Marathon, Men’s Bridge and Couples Bridge Marathon groups are popular with bridge-playing League members.
The MSOL Couples Bridge Marathon is gearing up for our 2019-2020 season! This group meets six times during the year between September and late April, ending with a dinner and bridge event at the Madison Club. If you are interested in joining our group, please call Marilyn Ebben (608-833-4683) for more information. Registration closes on August 15th.
League members host these timely presentations, one or more each year, featuring a musician or music expert who highlights the concert repertoire.
MSOL Fundraising Events
The Madison Symphony Orchestra League is proud to support the award-winning Education and Community Engagement programs of the Madison Symphony Orchestra through a variety of annual fundraising events and activities. Learn more about them below.
Concert on the Green is in the planning stages for June 2023
Held at Bishops Bay Country Club each June for many years, Concert on the Green features a golf outing in the morning followed by a cocktail party, concert, and gourmet picnic dinner in the evening. The next Concert on the Green event is slated to take place in June 2023. Watch for further announcements.
The Symphony Gala celebrates the opening of the Symphony season in September with a formal dinner, drinks, dancing, and live music. At this event, the John DeMain Award for Outstanding Commitment to Music is presented to recognize an individual or individuals for their longstanding and unwavering support of the League, the Madison Symphony Orchestra and music in the community.
Parties of Note
Parties of Note are small parties, typically for 20-30 guests, with unique themes and venues. There are approximately 12 Parties of Note throughout the year.
We appreciate your gift to the MSOL, of any amount that is meaningful to you, to help support future Education and Community Engagement Programs of the Madison Symphony Orchestra. Thank you!