Due to concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 virus and in the interest of the safety of our audience, musicians, visiting guest artists, staff, and greater community, the Milwaukee Symphony has cancelled all performances thru April 23rd, 2020.
STATEMENT FROM MARCUS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
All events that were scheduled between now and April 26th, 2020 have been canceled or postponed to a later date.
In accordance with statewide guidance regarding the COVID-19 virus the Marcus Center will be closed to the public through April 26th, 2020, including all Box Office walk-up windows, administrative offices, and the Morning Glory Gallery. We will continue to monitor the situation and extend the closure as needed.
All patrons holding tickets to Marcus Center events will be contacted directly via email regarding the status of any event that is being cancelled or postponed.
Additionally, The Marcus Center is working closely with our resident partners as they also announce cancellations or postponement of events scheduled to be at the Marcus Center in the near future. All patrons with questions or concerns around Milwaukee Symphony, First Stage, Milwaukee Ballet or Florentine Opera events should contact the organization directly.
We are navigating an unprecedented situation in real time, and ask for your patience. We will be in touch as soon as possible with more information on the status of impacted events. Marcus Center Box office staff is available to answer questions from10am – 5pm, Monday-Friday, at 414.273.7206
We appreciate the leadership of our public officials and will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves to ensure the health and well-being of our audience, staff, cast and crew before anything else.
We look forward to welcoming patrons back into a clean and safe gathering space for our community to enjoy the shared experience of seeing stories unfold live on stage. Thank you for your patience and your continued support.
Among the finest orchestras in the country, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra is the largest cultural organization in Wisconsin. Since its inception in 1959, the orchestra has received critical acclaim for artistic excellence.
The symphony's 80 full-time professional musicians perform more than 135 concerts each season. A cornerstone organization in Milwaukee's art community, the MSO provides enrichment and education activities for audiences of every age, economic status, and background.
Let the music in, and experience your world-class MSO. Because there’s nothing like the sound of a live performance.
"If only you could breathe into your orchestra, when it plays, that longing for spring!” Schumann wrote to a conductor of his First Symphony, suggesting that the music feel like “the world turning green.”
This program bursts with song, including three choral pieces written by Brahms and featuring the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus.
The New York Times has called mezzo soprano Tamara Mumford “revelatory,” praising her “dusky depths” and “ringing heights.”
Brahms Gesang der Parzen
Brahms Alto Rhapsody
Edmund Finnis The Air, Turning
Schumann Symphony No. 1, “Spring”
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