Friday, October 27 at Discovery World
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Water Music, an exploration of how water and artistry intersect
Join us at Discovery World on October 27 for a remarkable evening with Julia Taylor (Greater Milwaukee Committee, Water Council) and Mark Niehaus (Milwaukee Symphony) as they explore how water impacts the symphony, the city as well as how water inspires.
Explore water through music
Listen to water-based instruments and try a few out yourself at our instrument petting zoo. Visiting Discovery World never disappoints, but tonight explore the exhibits child-free! Taste test various bottled and tap waters. Create a thunderstorm in the Great Lakes exhibit, and learn about the color-blind sting ray in the petting tank. Enjoy a quiet stroll through the aquarium with a glass of wine, and catch up with friends as you discover how water and sound impact each other and our city. Bartolotta’s will be serving heavy hors d’oeuvres.
One night only performance
The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra will perform Handel's iconic Water Music on the shores of Lake Michigan with a 360-degree view of the lake and downtown in Discovery World's Pilot House.
Questions? Contact Heidi Gempeler by email or call 414.226.7835.
Presented by Marietta Investment Partners. Performance sponsored by Badger Meter. Parking sponsored by Hays Companies. Additional support provided by Discovery World, Leo and Jenny Photography, and Mark Berman & Son.