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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 OrchestraSeptember 25, 2020 2:30pm
Join us & Historic Milwaukee, Inc. for a vitual peek inside the Bradley Symphony Center. MSO President & Executive Director Mark Niehaus will talk about the Warner Grand Theater’s transformation from movie palace to symphony hall, the history of the MSO, and our exciting future on the corner of Wisconsin and Second. ►Register for this FREE event here:
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Milwaukee Symphony OrchestraSeptember 24, 2020 2:39pm
See the latest progress on the Bradley Symphony Center interior, including our newly re-installed historic lighting fixtures.
Photos by Jonathan Kirn.
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Milwaukee Symphony OrchestraSeptember 23, 2020 6:30pm
It sounds simple, but participants rave about how transformative the experience is. “It profoundly changes them,” said Stephanie Birr, a healing support specialist at Sojourner Family Peace Center. “They believe the world is good again and that people care about them.”►Learn more about the third annual Lullaby Project:
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Milwaukee Symphony OrchestraSeptember 22, 2020 8:30pm
ACE PARTNER TAKEOVER: In addition to their work with ACE, Chance were an integral part of Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua, a company that specializes in the wedding of music, history, and theater. Ed Willett, music director for the festival, is producing and performing in an online "Tiny Tent Show" that began in April with performances from musicians' own homes, and now continues today with socially distanced live performances recorded at the Lake Superior Big Top, Chautauqua's empty circus tent. New programs are posted each Friday 7pm CST on both Facebook and YouTube.
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua
Tune in for this weeks Tiny Tent Show! Big Top Opry, this Friday at 7pm.