The Milwaukee Symphony Chorus’s upcoming performances of works by Duruflé and Beethoven will serve as emotional bookends, director Cheryl Frazes Hill said. The Duruflé Requiem is “a moment of introspection and reflection, and then we’ll turn around a few weeks later to rejoice in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.”
Hear from guest artist MiG Ayesa on his preparation and excitement for the Music of the Rolling Stones on April 30! You can still grab your tickets for this one-night-only event.
The Dharma at Big Sur by John Adams, featured on the April 1-2 Converging Landscapes performance, merges both the musical and visual art forms for a performance like no other. Read more from electric violinist Tracy Silverman and visual artist Adam Larsen about this unique and moving piece.
A new version of Peer Gynt will make its two-year-delayed debut Mach 25-27 with actors, puppeteers, and a Norwegian fiddler joining the MSO and Milwaukee Symphony Chorus. Read more about the process of bringing this work to life.
Former American Idol contestant Michael Lynche joins a group of dynamic vocalists for Dancing in the Street: The Music of Motown. Hear from him about this incredible show.