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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 OrchestraJanuary 19, 2022 5:00pm
THIS WEEKEND: We kick off our '30s Festival with the return of violinist Augustin Hadelich in Stage to Screen! ►Remaining tickets at:
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Milwaukee Symphony OrchestraJanuary 18, 2022 8:28pm
“Every single one of these composers is close to my heart,” says music director Ken-David Masur, “but this collection of music also represents a great summary of what we went through as a society in the 1930s.” Our '30s Festival kicks off Jan 21-22 with Stage to Screen! ►Read more about the festival:
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Milwaukee Symphony OrchestraJanuary 17, 2022 2:43pm
Join Milwaukee Downtown today at 12:00pm for the renaming ceremony of 3rd Street to N Dr Martin Luther King Jr Drive! The ceremony will be held at the corner of Wisconsin Ave and the new N Dr Martin Luther King Jr Drive.
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Milwaukee Symphony OrchestraJanuary 9, 2022 8:00pm
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden death of Susan Loris, executive vice president of institutional advancement.
“Words are not adequate to convey how deeply devastated we are,” said Mark Niehaus, president and executive director of the MSO. “To know Susan was to love Susan. At the MSO and throughout Milwaukee’s and the country’s performing arts community, Susan was revered for her intellect, drive, creativity, and passion for people. She always put others first, and to think of life without her is simply unimaginable. To her husband Mark, her sisters Karen and Jennifer, and all her friends and family, we are so sorry for your loss and grieve so very deeply with you.”

More information will be forthcoming regarding memorials.

Photo courtesy of Milwaukee Business Journal