Symphony E-News & Stories, October 2021

Symphony E-News & Stories, October 2021

Our October E-News highlights our upcoming Symphony and Organ concerts, our MSOL Luncheon, a Magic of Music Lunch, and more! Ravishing Rhapsody — Olga KernOctober 15, 16, & 17 Anticipate another mesmerizing performance from one of the greatest exponents of...
Symphony E-News & Stories, September 2021

Symphony E-News & Stories, September 2021

Our September E-News highlights our upcoming String Spirit concerts, subscriptions and single tickets for our Symphony and Organ seasons, this month’s MSOL Connect event, MSO Employment and Audition news, an update on our Young People’s Concerts, and more!...
Artist Story, Home Is Where the Art Is, Young Artist Series, Jessica and Sophia Jiang

Artist Story, Home Is Where the Art Is, Young Artist Series, Jessica and Sophia Jiang

Jessica and Sophia Jiang, winners of the The Final Forte, play Dvorák’s four-handed Slavonic Dances and share an intimate conversation. The latest addition to our “Home Is Where the Art Is” Young Artist Series features Sophia and Jessica Jiang, sisters who...
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...
Wisconsin Ensemble Project’s First Project Benefits Black Women’s Wellness, Dec. 25 – Jan. 3

Wisconsin Ensemble Project’s First Project Benefits Black Women’s Wellness, Dec. 25 – Jan. 3

Several of our Madison Symphony Orchestra musicians have formed a group to explore chamber music more deeply, and find ways to support social justice. Mary Theodore shared this story with us about the WE Project origins, and the first project that takes place this...