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Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

The MSO reaches out to diverse audiences through concert performances and nationally recognized education and outreach programs. All programs are guided by the MSO Family Shared Vision which states that the MSO exists for three purposes: to comfort, educate, entertain and exhilarate the human soul through events of cultural significance, relevance and artistic challenge; to embrace, preserve and foster our musical heritage; and to enhance the vibrancy of our community.
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Milwaukee Symphony OrchestraFebruary 4, 2023 8:32pm
There's still one more chance to see 3 fabulous MSO musicians featured on this weekend's performance! Check out these photos by Jonathan Kirn via the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tickets at bit.ly/MSO_TowardtheSea
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Milwaukee Symphony OrchestraFebruary 2, 2023 10:03pm
“It really features the best parts of my playing. There are so many great things the bassoon can do, & the concerto really captures those,” said principal bassoon Catherine Van Handel. ►Read more about David Ludwig's "Pictures From the Floating World": bit.ly/MSO_CatherineVanHandel
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Milwaukee Symphony OrchestraFebruary 1, 2023 11:15pm
Get to know our Principal Harp Julia Coronelli via the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel! Then grab your tickets to see her perform Takemitsu’s "Toward the Sea II" with Principal Flute Sonora Slocum this weekend. ►Tickets at: bit.ly/MSO_TowardtheSea
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Milwaukee Symphony OrchestraFebruary 1, 2023 7:27pm
WATER FESTIVAL COMMUNITY PARTNER HIGHLIGHT: Watermarks MKE: An Atlas of Water for the City of Milwaukee is an initiative to develop a city-wide network of engagement, to help people on the streets and in their neighborhoods better understand their relationships to the water systems and the infrastructure that supports their lives. WaterMarks works with artists, scientists, and community members to -- organize walks, share stories, and create artworks – to encourage local residents and stakeholders to think about the social and ecological challenges their communities face, and how these challenges can be overcome. Learn more at watermarkmke.org