Slide 3 - Virtual Recap

FROM MOVIE MAGIC TO RIVETING JAZZ: THE MSO CELEBRATES THE 1930S IN A THREE-CONCERT FESTIVAL.

PUBLISHED 2022-01-18

“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.

Slide 2 -Sonora

FROM A NEW ALBUM RELEASE TO BEING A LEADER HEAR FROM PRINCIPAL FLUTE SONORA SLOCUM

PUBLISHED 2021-12-07

Principal Flute Sonora Slocum just released a new album of the Mozart flute quartets on December 7. And she is learning to embrace her role as an advocate for musicians of color. Hear from her about the new album and how she's adjusting to the role as a leader!

F&B Options

FOOD AND BEVERAGE OPTIONS GROW AT THE BRADLEY SYMPHONY CENTER

PUBLISHED 2021-12-03

“A one-stop shop experience is ultimately my goal,” says Chef David Zakroczymski, of Resonance Food Co., about growing food and beverage offerings at the Bradley Symphony Center. Read more about food options at the Bradley Symphony Center!

Slide 5 - Acoustics

A FINAL TUNE-UP

PUBLISHED 2021-10-08

Acoustic specialists work with the MSO to help Allen-Bradley Hall sound as good as it looks. Learn more about what went into tuning Allen-Bradley Hall.

Slide 4 -Volunteer

BRADLEY SYMPHONY CENTER OFFERS MANY NEW VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

PUBLISHED 2021-06-15

Gearing up for a busy first full season in the Bradley Symphony Center, the Milwaukee Symphony will need even more support from its large roster of volunteers.

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