Festival City Symphony Saturday Classics at the Bradley Symphony Center

The Saturday Classics concert series welcomes newcomers and established symphony enthusiasts alike.  Held at the elegant yet inviting Bradley Symphony Center at 212 W Wisconsin Ave in Milwaukee, this concert series makes high-quality classical music accessible to all.  Admission to Saturday Classics concerts is FREE with suggested donation. Suggested donation amounts are $14 for adults and $8 for children, students, and seniors for each concert.

Before the concerts, families can enjoy a Children’s Program Notes presentation by music educator Lynn Roginske beginning at 1:45pm in the Gallery. Then at 2:00pm, concertgoers will be inspired by masterpieces of renowned composers presented by the professional musicians of Festival City Symphony led by Music Director Carter Simmons.  The recommended age for children to best enjoy this concert series is grade 2 and above.

Tickets for Festival City Symphony Saturday Classics performances can be reserved below:

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FCS: His Greatest Symphony


Price, Strauss, and Brahms: Listen to the Spirit
Saturday, November 12, 2022 at 2:00pm  |  Bradley Symphony Center

Beethoven’s Debut: with Pianist Jeannie Yu
Saturday, January 28, 2023 at 2:00pmn  |  Bradley Symphony Center

Grand Passions and Tales: The Music of Italy and France
Saturday, March 4, 2023 at 2:00pm  |  Bradley Symphony Center

His Greatest Symphony: Music of the Ballet and Antonin Dvořák
Saturday, April 15, 2023 at 2:00pm  |  Bradley Symphony Center

Performance details and information can be found here. All performances can be reserved in one transaction. When you are done reserving all your tickets, please click the checkout button. A mso.org account is required to reserve tickets. Please note that all donation prompts upon checking on mso.org are for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. To make a donation to Festival City Symphony please go here.

Tickets to these performances are complimentary, please only reserve as many as you plan to use. Please consider making a donation to support these programs through the Festival City Symphony website here.

With any questions please contact Festival City Symphony by phone at 262.853.6085 or by email at fcsmilwaukee@gmail.com.