Experience Dvořák’s Requiem Virtually

Experience Dvořák’s Requiem Virtually

We truly appreciate the outpouring of support from our audiences who along with all of us here at the Symphony, regret that we cannot be together to share the April Dvořák Requiem concerts this weekend. Discover ways you can experience the spirit of the concerts while...
Symphony Moments: March 6-8 “The Miracle” concerts photos and reviews

Symphony Moments: March 6-8 “The Miracle” concerts photos and reviews

Our March 6-8 “The Miracle” concerts featured the Madison Symphony Orchestra debuts of both violinist Blake Pouliot and guest conductor Kenneth Woods. Relive the moments. View the slideshow of photos from rehearsals, media appearances and all three...
April Program Notes: Dvořák Requiem

April Program Notes: Dvořák Requiem

We planned to devote our April 1, 2, and 3, 2020 program to a monumental choral work—what would have been our first performance of Dvořák’s great Requiem. His version of the Latin Mass for the Dead is one of the largest of all settings of these traditional texts, and...
Guest Conductor Kenneth Woods, interview

Guest Conductor Kenneth Woods, interview

Kenneth Woods and the Madison Symphony Orchestra. Photo above taken in the Capitol Theater in Overture Center for the Arts, at the first rehearsal for “The Miracle” concerts that take place this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 6-8. Kenneth Woods, our...
Artist Story: Blake Pouliot, Violinist and Actor

Artist Story: Blake Pouliot, Violinist and Actor

While it may seem as though Blake Pouliot has been solely committed to his instrument from a young age, there was a moment where the violinist nearly changed his onset career to acting. Throughout childhood, Pouliot decided to explore all artistic forms and added...