The “Hearts” concert, performed by the Concord Chamber Orchestra, is of course all love-themed works.
Baritone Kelly Markgraf anchors a concert dedicated to art song and chamber music which explores the nuances of dramatic verse – with and without words.
The ever-popular Thanksgiving concert features choral works by Caroline Shaw and the debut of a new Present Music choral ensemble, Hearing Music.
The work, originally presented after its composer’s death, is now considered one of his greatest, and will be performed alongside Mozart’s Symphony No. 39.
MKE fills with epic sound this week, courtesy of our own: Skylight’s “Les Miserables,” Carroll Players’ “Spring Awakening,” MSO’s Schubert, Present Music’s “Thanksgiving,” and Vic and Gab at MKE Unplugged.
A Montreal early music quartet, Pallade Musica, will feature some of the earliest virtuoso chamber music in an Early Music Now concert early Saturday evening.
The MSO’s associate conductor Francesco Lecce-Chong teams up with former instructor Pavlina Dokovska for an evening of works for double piano.
This weekend’s concert will be led by MSO Music Director Edo de Waart, featuring Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2. Ingrid Fliter speaks to TCD writer Rob Gebelhoff about the piece.
General director William Florescu talks about the company’s 80th Anniversary season, beginning with the epic “La Traviata,” and the company’s increasing efforts to engage with the Milwaukee community year-round.
The Fine Arts Quartet plays to their strength – mastery of the best of the classical literature featuring the most challenging of Beethoven’s quartets – including the Grosse Fugue.