The Teen Choral Partners project returns with MSO Music Director Ken-David Masur at the helm! The performance will take place in the brand new Bradley Symphony Center.

Each season, Wisconsin high school choral ensembles are invited to compete for the chance to perform with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra on the teen program in the Concerts for Schools series.


2022 PROGRAM

Ensembles selected for 2022 will work closely with conductor Ken-David Masur to prepare excerpts from Mozart’s Requiem before rehearsing with the MSO and performing the work during our Teen Concert on March 9, 2022.

To be considered, choral ensembles must submit the application and repertoire list to edu@mso.org no later than June 21, 2021.

Please note: We know the last two school years have been very difficult on choral programs. We have revised our application requirements in recognition of these challenging circumstances. Unlike past years, recordings are welcome but not required. We have also added some additional questions to help us get a fuller picture of your program’s history and capability. Please contact us at edu@mso.org with any questions or concerns. 

 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Application, repertoire list and recordings (optional) must be emailed to edu@mso.org by June 21, 2021.

If selected, ensembles will be notified of their invitation to perform by July 16, 2021.

 

AUDIO RECORDING PARAMETERS (optional)

  • Recordings of up to 2 selections may be provided.
  • Recordings should be submitted by emailing mp3 files to edu@mso.org or through wetransfer.com (free file transfer service for larger files).
  • The current director must be the director for the 2021.22 season.
  • Selections may be either accompanied or a cappella.

 

Congratulations to the 2019 Participants

Germantown High School (Germantown, WI)
Jonathan Brooks, director

Living Word Lutheran High School (Jackson, WI)
Robert Cody, director

New Berlin Eisenhower High School (New Berlin, WI)
Natalie Baertschy, director

Wausau West High School (Wausau, WI)
Brad Burrill, director

 

COVID-19 POLICY

The safety of our audiences, musicians and staff will always be our first priority. Safety measures such as masking and social distancing will be put in place based on CDC and state and local health department guidelines. Policies and procedures will be clearly communicated on our website and in pre-concert preparation materials. Concert capacity may also be affected.