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...
Black and African-American Classical Music Composers, by John DeMain

Black and African-American Classical Music Composers, by John DeMain

Today we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a spotlight on Black and African-American composers of classical music. Madison Symphony Orchestra Music Director John DeMain shares reflections and discoveries.   Diversity — Black and African-American classical...
PRESS RELEASE: Madison Symphony Orchestra Presents A Virtual Madison Symphony Christmas

PRESS RELEASE: Madison Symphony Orchestra Presents A Virtual Madison Symphony Christmas

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDecember 1, 2020 (updated December 20, 2020)   Madison Symphony Orchestra Presents A Virtual Madison Symphony Christmas Premiere on December 16, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. — streaming through December 31, 2020 Madison, Wis. –​ Madison Symphony Orchestra’s...
PRESS RELEASE: Madison Symphony Orchestra Inc. Commits $184,000 to Launch Musicians’ Relief Fund

PRESS RELEASE: Madison Symphony Orchestra Inc. Commits $184,000 to Launch Musicians’ Relief Fund

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASESeptember 29, 2020   Madison Symphony Orchestra Inc. Commits $184,000 to Launch Musicians’ Relief Fund   Madison, Wis. – The Madison Symphony Orchestra (MSO) announced that a Musicians’ Relief Fund has been established with the...