The Milwaukee Symphony partners with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute to bring the Link Up program to our community. Link Up pairs orchestras across the country with students in grades 3-5 at schools in their local communities to explore orchestra repertoire through a year-long, hands-on music curriculum.
Your school will receive:
Your school will need to provide transportation to and from the Link Up Concert and, if possible, recorders for students to participate in the curriculum. If you do not have recorders and/or are not able to purchase them, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra will provide recorders for your students.
► Learn more about Link Up at the Carnegie Hall website.
February 27, 2019
10:30 a.m. & 12:00 p.m. | Uihlein Hall
February 28, 2019
10:30 a.m. | Uihlein Hall
Yaniv Dinur, conductor
Rufus King International High School Drumline, Benjamin Zabor, director
Cabaniss: Come to Play
Verdi: “Anvil Chorus” from Il Trovatore
Stravinsky: “Dance of the Adolescents” from The Rite of Spring
Orff: “O Fortuna” from Carmina Burana
Traditional: “In the Field Stood a Birch Tree”
Tchaikovsky: Finale from Symphony No. 4
Holst: “Mars” from The Planets
The Milwaukee Symphony partners with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute to bring the Link Up program to our community. Link Up pairs orchestras across the country with students in grades 3-5 at schools in their local communities to explore orchestral repertoire through a year-long hands-on music curriculum. Rhythm is a universal element of music. Composers and musicians play with elements of musical time, creating patterns of sounds and silence that are expressive and exciting. Through the Link Up repertoire, students explore rhythm, pulse, and groove, and play and sing alongside the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra in a culminating concert.
Contact the MSO Education Department:
“We are still digesting the magnificent experience we had at Link Up: “The Orchestra Rocks”. The anticipation and excitement before the concert was great, and the performance was phenomenal. These children will carry the music themes and memories their whole lives.” –
Peggy Paar, General Music Teacher at Roosevelt Elementary, Wauwatosa.