Milwaukee Art Museum’s 125th anniversary: A panorama from the Layton Gallery through the Calatrava addition and beyond.
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The MSO Pops featured Billboard hits from the ’60s, but the three guest singers and their arrangements didn’t always sync up.
Percussionist Greg Beyer, pianist Mabel Kwan, cellist Chris Wild play Chenary Ung, others to open a new music weekend.
MAM looks 125 years back, MSO’s tribute to doo-wop, Renaissance Theaterworks fictionalizes an outsider artist, and the brand new Museum of Wisconsin Art.
Milwaukee Symphony guest soprano Yulia Van Doren, countertenor Daniel Taylor, conductor Nicholas McGegan deliver brilliant Handel, Pergolesi.
Guitars at UWM, Peeps at Racine Art Museum, Handel at the MSO, Thao Nguyen at Turner Hall, comics at the Milwaukee Theatre and Sugar Maple and art meetups Friday and Saturday.
Opera singer Andrew Wilkowske lets his inner rocker out, fusing art and rock song without many missteps.
MOT — the “O” is for Opera, but it could be for Outrageous, as electric guitar meets Schubert at Milwaukee Opera Theatre.
The Print: MKE conference comes to town, Ilana Setapen solo at the MSO, Milwaukee Opera mixes rock and art, Marcus Center hosts Sam Cooke’s music; local playwrights get the spotlight.
In the Rep’s revival, Lorraine Hansberry’s 1959 portrait of a black family striving to advance maintains its relevance.