Symphony E-News & Stories, May 2022

Symphony E-News & Stories, May 2022

His Greatest HitsSymphony Season Finale – May 6, 7, & 8 Pianist Garrick Ohlsson joins us for an all-Beethoven concert for the ages, charged with the energy and invention of the master’s Heroic Period. Experience Beethoven’s 5th Symphony, plus...
Symphony E-News & Stories, April 2022

Symphony E-News & Stories, April 2022

Missa SolemnisApril 8, 9, and 10 Yes, Mozart was his inspiration, but Haydn was Beethoven’s teacher. Concertmaster Naha Greenholtz performs the Violin Concerto in G major. A great work from the height of Beethoven’s composing career, the monumental Missa Solemnis is...
PRESS RELEASE: MSO Announces Musician Relief Payments For the Entire 2020–2021 Season

PRESS RELEASE: MSO Announces Musician Relief Payments For the Entire 2020–2021 Season

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMarch 25, 2021 (updated March 26, 2021) Madison Symphony Orchestra Announces Musician Relief Payments For the Entire 2020–2021 Season Madison, Wis. –​ The Madison Symphony Orchestra (MSO) announced that all contracted members of the Madison...
Symphony E-News & Stories, February 2021

Symphony E-News & Stories, February 2021

Our second E-News of 2021 highlights a number of upcoming events including The Final Forte 2021, MSOL Connect, Parties of Note, and a free estate planning webinar hosted by the MSO’s Stradivarius Society. Plus, learn more about Rachel Barton Pine’s Music...
Symphony E-News & Stories, January 2021

Symphony E-News & Stories, January 2021

Our first E-News of 2021 honors Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a story by John DeMain featuring eight Black and African-American composers. Another highlight is Madison Symphony Orchestra League’s next MSOL Connect event that takes place on January 28th. This...