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2016.17 Classics

Tu

Fr

Sa

Su

7:00p 11:15a 8:00p 8:00p 2:30p

Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro

Edo de Waart, conductor

Emanuel Ax Plays Brahms

Edo de Waart, conductor Emanuel Ax, piano Rachel Willis-Sørenson, soprano

The Glory of the Basilica

Yaniv Dinur, conductor Milwaukee Symphony Chorus

Elgar’s Enigma

David Danzmayr, conductor Todd Levy, clarinet

Romeo + Juliet

Cristian Măcelaru, conductor Frank Almond, violin

de Waart Conducts Beethoven

Edo de Waart, conductor Christina & Michelle Naughton, pianos

Scheherazade

JoAnn Falletta, conductor Zuill Bailey, cello

Triumphant Shostakovich

Carlos Kalmar, conductor Elina Vähälä, violin

Tchaikovsky’s Fourth

Asher Fisch, conductor Tamara Wilson, soprano

Poulenc’s Gloria

Christoph König, conductor MSO Chorus

The Planets

Edo de Waart, conductor Yulia Van Doren, soprano MSO Chorus

02.24 02.25 02.26

Beethoven Triple Concerto

Edo de Waart, conductor Kalichstein-LaredoRobinson Trio

03.03 03.04

Jeremy Denk Plays Mozart

Karina Canellakis, conductor Jeremy Denk, piano

BASILICA OF ST. JOSAPHAT

Matthew Halls, conductor MSO Chorus

Mozart’s Requiem

Rachmaninoff + Beethoven

Anu Tali, conductor Behzod Abduraimov, piano

Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4

Edo de Waart, conductor Ronald Brautigam, piano

Majestic Bruckner

Edo de Waart, conductor Susan Babini, cello

Mahler Symphony No. 3

EDO DE WAART’S FINALE

Edo de Waart, conductor Sasha Cooke, mezzosoprano

Barber’s Violin Concerto

Larry Rachleff, conductor Ilana Setapen, violin

Good things to know before you MSO.

09.17 09.18 7p 2p

09.20

09.23

10.22

11.04

Concert length

09.24

Most concerts are approximately two hours and typically include a 20-minute intermission. The lobby opens one hour prior to concert start time.

10.23 4p

Parking

11.05

Please notify the Group Sales Office if your group will be coming by bus.

11.11 11.12

The Marcus Center Parking Ramp is conveniently located one block north of the Marcus Center, between East State Street and East Highland Avenue.

11.19 11.20

A limited number of handicap accessible parking spaces are available in the Marcus Center Parking Ramp.

01.13 01.14 01.21 01.22

Coat check A coat check room is located on the first floor.

01.27 01.28

Dining options

02.11 02.12

03.10

03.11

03.31 04.01

04.21

Light fare and beverage service are available in the lobby one hour prior to performance and during intermission. For area restaurants outside the Hall, please contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840 or grayl@mso.org.

04.02 4p

04.22 04.23

“Thank you for making last night’s field trip to see Yo-Yo Ma with the MSO a resounding success! What an

05.12 05.13

The Classics Series is presented by UPAF. Friday Classics Series is sponsored by Chase. Saturday Classics is sponsored by Rockwell Automation. The MSO Steinway piano was made possible through a generous gift from Michael and Jeanne Schmitz.

enjoyable experience! All of our participants are asking when we plan to do another trip! I’m already combing

05.19

05.20

05.26 05.27 05.28

06.16

For more information on group sales, contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray 414.226.7840 or grayl@mso.org

through your offerings next season!” Linda M. Drezdzon, Development Director Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra

06.17 MSOrchestra | 

@Milwsymphorch | mso.org

Perfect harmony.

Savings you’ll adore for groups of ten or more.


2016.17 Classics

Tu

Fr

Sa

Su

7:00p 11:15a 8:00p 8:00p 2:30p

Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro

Edo de Waart, conductor

Emanuel Ax Plays Brahms

Edo de Waart, conductor Emanuel Ax, piano Rachel Willis-Sørenson, soprano

The Glory of the Basilica

Yaniv Dinur, conductor Milwaukee Symphony Chorus

Elgar’s Enigma

David Danzmayr, conductor Todd Levy, clarinet

Romeo + Juliet

Cristian Măcelaru, conductor Frank Almond, violin

de Waart Conducts Beethoven

Edo de Waart, conductor Christina & Michelle Naughton, pianos

Scheherazade

JoAnn Falletta, conductor Zuill Bailey, cello

Triumphant Shostakovich

Carlos Kalmar, conductor Elina Vähälä, violin

Tchaikovsky’s Fourth

Asher Fisch, conductor Tamara Wilson, soprano

Poulenc’s Gloria

Christoph König, conductor MSO Chorus

The Planets

Edo de Waart, conductor Yulia Van Doren, soprano MSO Chorus

02.24 02.25 02.26

Beethoven Triple Concerto

Edo de Waart, conductor Kalichstein-LaredoRobinson Trio

03.03 03.04

Jeremy Denk Plays Mozart

Karina Canellakis, conductor Jeremy Denk, piano

BASILICA OF ST. JOSAPHAT

Matthew Halls, conductor MSO Chorus

Mozart’s Requiem

Rachmaninoff + Beethoven

Anu Tali, conductor Behzod Abduraimov, piano

Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4

Edo de Waart, conductor Ronald Brautigam, piano

Majestic Bruckner

Edo de Waart, conductor Susan Babini, cello

Mahler Symphony No. 3

EDO DE WAART’S FINALE

Edo de Waart, conductor Sasha Cooke, mezzosoprano

Barber’s Violin Concerto

Larry Rachleff, conductor Ilana Setapen, violin

Good things to know before you MSO.

09.17 09.18 7p 2p

09.20

09.23

10.22

11.04

Concert length

09.24

Most concerts are approximately two hours and typically include a 20-minute intermission. The lobby opens one hour prior to concert start time.

10.23 4p

Parking

11.05

Please notify the Group Sales Office if your group will be coming by bus.

11.11 11.12

The Marcus Center Parking Ramp is conveniently located one block north of the Marcus Center, between East State Street and East Highland Avenue.

11.19 11.20

A limited number of handicap accessible parking spaces are available in the Marcus Center Parking Ramp.

01.13 01.14 01.21 01.22

Coat check A coat check room is located on the first floor.

01.27 01.28

Dining options

02.11 02.12

03.10

03.11

03.31 04.01

04.21

Light fare and beverage service are available in the lobby one hour prior to performance and during intermission. For area restaurants outside the Hall, please contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840 or grayl@mso.org.

04.02 4p

04.22 04.23

“Thank you for making last night’s field trip to see Yo-Yo Ma with the MSO a resounding success! What an

05.12 05.13

The Classics Series is presented by UPAF. Friday Classics Series is sponsored by Chase. Saturday Classics is sponsored by Rockwell Automation. The MSO Steinway piano was made possible through a generous gift from Michael and Jeanne Schmitz.

enjoyable experience! All of our participants are asking when we plan to do another trip! I’m already combing

05.19

05.20

05.26 05.27 05.28

06.16

For more information on group sales, contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray 414.226.7840 or grayl@mso.org

through your offerings next season!” Linda M. Drezdzon, Development Director Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra

06.17 MSOrchestra | 

@Milwsymphorch | mso.org

Perfect harmony.

Savings you’ll adore for groups of ten or more.


2016.17 Classics

Tu

Fr

Sa

Su

7:00p 11:15a 8:00p 8:00p 2:30p

Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro

Edo de Waart, conductor

Emanuel Ax Plays Brahms

Edo de Waart, conductor Emanuel Ax, piano Rachel Willis-Sørenson, soprano

The Glory of the Basilica

Yaniv Dinur, conductor Milwaukee Symphony Chorus

Elgar’s Enigma

David Danzmayr, conductor Todd Levy, clarinet

Romeo + Juliet

Cristian Măcelaru, conductor Frank Almond, violin

de Waart Conducts Beethoven

Edo de Waart, conductor Christina & Michelle Naughton, pianos

Scheherazade

JoAnn Falletta, conductor Zuill Bailey, cello

Triumphant Shostakovich

Carlos Kalmar, conductor Elina Vähälä, violin

Tchaikovsky’s Fourth

Asher Fisch, conductor Tamara Wilson, soprano

Poulenc’s Gloria

Christoph König, conductor MSO Chorus

The Planets

Edo de Waart, conductor Yulia Van Doren, soprano MSO Chorus

02.24 02.25 02.26

Beethoven Triple Concerto

Edo de Waart, conductor Kalichstein-LaredoRobinson Trio

03.03 03.04

Jeremy Denk Plays Mozart

Karina Canellakis, conductor Jeremy Denk, piano

BASILICA OF ST. JOSAPHAT

Matthew Halls, conductor MSO Chorus

Mozart’s Requiem

Rachmaninoff + Beethoven

Anu Tali, conductor Behzod Abduraimov, piano

Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4

Edo de Waart, conductor Ronald Brautigam, piano

Majestic Bruckner

Edo de Waart, conductor Susan Babini, cello

Mahler Symphony No. 3

EDO DE WAART’S FINALE

Edo de Waart, conductor Sasha Cooke, mezzosoprano

Barber’s Violin Concerto

Larry Rachleff, conductor Ilana Setapen, violin

Good things to know before you MSO.

09.17 09.18 7p 2p

09.20

09.23

10.22

11.04

Concert length

09.24

Most concerts are approximately two hours and typically include a 20-minute intermission. The lobby opens one hour prior to concert start time.

10.23 4p

Parking

11.05

Please notify the Group Sales Office if your group will be coming by bus.

11.11 11.12

The Marcus Center Parking Ramp is conveniently located one block north of the Marcus Center, between East State Street and East Highland Avenue.

11.19 11.20

A limited number of handicap accessible parking spaces are available in the Marcus Center Parking Ramp.

01.13 01.14 01.21 01.22

Coat check A coat check room is located on the first floor.

01.27 01.28

Dining options

02.11 02.12

03.10

03.11

03.31 04.01

04.21

Light fare and beverage service are available in the lobby one hour prior to performance and during intermission. For area restaurants outside the Hall, please contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840 or grayl@mso.org.

04.02 4p

04.22 04.23

“Thank you for making last night’s field trip to see Yo-Yo Ma with the MSO a resounding success! What an

05.12 05.13

The Classics Series is presented by UPAF. Friday Classics Series is sponsored by Chase. Saturday Classics is sponsored by Rockwell Automation. The MSO Steinway piano was made possible through a generous gift from Michael and Jeanne Schmitz.

enjoyable experience! All of our participants are asking when we plan to do another trip! I’m already combing

05.19

05.20

05.26 05.27 05.28

06.16

For more information on group sales, contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray 414.226.7840 or grayl@mso.org

through your offerings next season!” Linda M. Drezdzon, Development Director Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra

06.17 MSOrchestra | 

@Milwsymphorch | mso.org

Perfect harmony.

Savings you’ll adore for groups of ten or more.


Music is better when shared together.

Performance options.

Turn up the volume on fun when you bring your group to an MSO performance. In addition to great savings, you and your group will share a memorable, uplifting experience to last for years to come.

Friday morning

Don’t have a group? Start your own!

The bigger the group, the better the savings. But no matter what your group’s size, all enjoy these great benefits: • 20% discount for groups of 10. Groups of 20 get even bigger savings!

Want to take advantage of group savings but don’t yet have a group to call your own? Why not start one? As few as ten people qualify. A few ideas: • special celebrations, like birthdays and milestones, for family and friends • employee rewards programs or outings • common interest groups like book clubs, student groups, and more.

• One free group leader ticket for every 20 tickets purchased.

Get started today

• Get concierge service, recommendations, and assistance that’s a custom-fit for your group.

Contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840, or email Luther at grayl@mso.org, Monday – Friday, 9:00a – 5:00p.

• No per-ticket convenience fee. • No deposit required at the time of reservation. • Free pre-concert artist talks for all Classics performances. • Handicap accessible, including parking and wheelchair seating. Infrared hearing devices, Braille and large-print programs are also available.

Plus — Special bonus for all new groups of 20!

We accept payment by check or credit card including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

Questions? Contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840, or email him at grayl@mso.org

CLASSICS Friday Prelude Series

2016.17 Pops

pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall. Food and beverage service available.

• 11:15a Performance begins • Post-concert Optional Meet the Artist luncheon (extra fee).

Friday and Saturday evening Highlights: • 7:00p  FREE pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall.

Stuart Chafetz, conductor Capathia Jenkins, vocalist MSO Symphony Chorus Milwaukee Handbell Ensemble

12.02 12.03 12.04

The Music of John Williams

Yaniv Dinur, vocalist

Classic FM

Jeff Tyzik, conductor

03.24 03.25 03.26

Tango Caliente

Joel Levine, conductor

06.09 06.10 06.11

2016.17 Specials Cirque de la Symphonie

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Sunday afternoon

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Sounds of Simon and Garfunkel

Michael Krajewski, conductor AJ Swearingen & Jonathan Beedle, guitars & vocals

Evening Pops performances on Friday and Saturday begin at 8:00p. Afternoon performances on Sunday begin at 2:30p.

SPECIAL PERFORMANCES Get group discounts for any of our special performances, including: Itzhak Perlman, Cirque de la Symphonie, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Sounds of Simon and Garfunkel and more. Good seats go fast, so order early.

8:00p 8:00p 2:30p

Holiday Pops Spectacular

Edo de Waart, conductor Itzhak Perlman, violin

POPS

Su

10.14 10.15 10.16

Itzhak Perlman

Food and beverage service available. • 2:30p Performance begins

Sa

Disney Fantasia

Food and beverage service available. • 8:00p Performance begins • Post-concert Talkback sessions with conductors, (Fridays only) guest artists, and MSO musicians.

Highlights: • 1:30p  FREE pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall.

7:30p

Fr

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Come for the event or pre-concert lecture, enjoy the concert — and stay for lunch. Prelude Highlights: • 10:15a  Spotlight in Bradley Pavilion or educational

W

02.03 02.04 02.05

Tue 7:30p

W

Fr

7:30p 8:00p

Sa 8:00p

09.27 11.30 12.30 12.31 7:30p 2:30p 06.07

”RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK” licensed by LUCASFILM, LTD and PARAMOUNT PICTURES. Motion Picture, Artwork, Photos © 1981 Lucasfilm, Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Programs and venues subject to change. All concerts at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts unless otherwise noted. For complete program information, visit mso.org.


Music is better when shared together.

Performance options.

Turn up the volume on fun when you bring your group to an MSO performance. In addition to great savings, you and your group will share a memorable, uplifting experience to last for years to come.

Friday morning

Don’t have a group? Start your own!

The bigger the group, the better the savings. But no matter what your group’s size, all enjoy these great benefits: • 20% discount for groups of 10. Groups of 20 get even bigger savings!

Want to take advantage of group savings but don’t yet have a group to call your own? Why not start one? As few as ten people qualify. A few ideas: • special celebrations, like birthdays and milestones, for family and friends • employee rewards programs or outings • common interest groups like book clubs, student groups, and more.

• One free group leader ticket for every 20 tickets purchased.

Get started today

• Get concierge service, recommendations, and assistance that’s a custom-fit for your group.

Contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840, or email Luther at grayl@mso.org, Monday – Friday, 9:00a – 5:00p.

• No per-ticket convenience fee. • No deposit required at the time of reservation. • Free pre-concert artist talks for all Classics performances. • Handicap accessible, including parking and wheelchair seating. Infrared hearing devices, Braille and large-print programs are also available.

Plus — Special bonus for all new groups of 20!

We accept payment by check or credit card including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

Questions? Contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840, or email him at grayl@mso.org

CLASSICS Friday Prelude Series

2016.17 Pops

pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall. Food and beverage service available.

• 11:15a Performance begins • Post-concert Optional Meet the Artist luncheon (extra fee).

Friday and Saturday evening Highlights: • 7:00p  FREE pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall.

Stuart Chafetz, conductor Capathia Jenkins, vocalist MSO Symphony Chorus Milwaukee Handbell Ensemble

12.02 12.03 12.04

The Music of John Williams

Yaniv Dinur, vocalist

Classic FM

Jeff Tyzik, conductor

03.24 03.25 03.26

Tango Caliente

Joel Levine, conductor

06.09 06.10 06.11

2016.17 Specials Cirque de la Symphonie

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Sunday afternoon

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Sounds of Simon and Garfunkel

Michael Krajewski, conductor AJ Swearingen & Jonathan Beedle, guitars & vocals

Evening Pops performances on Friday and Saturday begin at 8:00p. Afternoon performances on Sunday begin at 2:30p.

SPECIAL PERFORMANCES Get group discounts for any of our special performances, including: Itzhak Perlman, Cirque de la Symphonie, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Sounds of Simon and Garfunkel and more. Good seats go fast, so order early.

8:00p 8:00p 2:30p

Holiday Pops Spectacular

Edo de Waart, conductor Itzhak Perlman, violin

POPS

Su

10.14 10.15 10.16

Itzhak Perlman

Food and beverage service available. • 2:30p Performance begins

Sa

Disney Fantasia

Food and beverage service available. • 8:00p Performance begins • Post-concert Talkback sessions with conductors, (Fridays only) guest artists, and MSO musicians.

Highlights: • 1:30p  FREE pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall.

7:30p

Fr

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Come for the event or pre-concert lecture, enjoy the concert — and stay for lunch. Prelude Highlights: • 10:15a  Spotlight in Bradley Pavilion or educational

W

02.03 02.04 02.05

Tue 7:30p

W

Fr

7:30p 8:00p

Sa 8:00p

09.27 11.30 12.30 12.31 7:30p 2:30p 06.07

”RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK” licensed by LUCASFILM, LTD and PARAMOUNT PICTURES. Motion Picture, Artwork, Photos © 1981 Lucasfilm, Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Programs and venues subject to change. All concerts at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts unless otherwise noted. For complete program information, visit mso.org.


Music is better when shared together.

Performance options.

Turn up the volume on fun when you bring your group to an MSO performance. In addition to great savings, you and your group will share a memorable, uplifting experience to last for years to come.

Friday morning

Don’t have a group? Start your own!

The bigger the group, the better the savings. But no matter what your group’s size, all enjoy these great benefits: • 20% discount for groups of 10. Groups of 20 get even bigger savings!

Want to take advantage of group savings but don’t yet have a group to call your own? Why not start one? As few as ten people qualify. A few ideas: • special celebrations, like birthdays and milestones, for family and friends • employee rewards programs or outings • common interest groups like book clubs, student groups, and more.

• One free group leader ticket for every 20 tickets purchased.

Get started today

• Get concierge service, recommendations, and assistance that’s a custom-fit for your group.

Contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840, or email Luther at grayl@mso.org, Monday – Friday, 9:00a – 5:00p.

• No per-ticket convenience fee. • No deposit required at the time of reservation. • Free pre-concert artist talks for all Classics performances. • Handicap accessible, including parking and wheelchair seating. Infrared hearing devices, Braille and large-print programs are also available.

Plus — Special bonus for all new groups of 20!

We accept payment by check or credit card including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

Questions? Contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840, or email him at grayl@mso.org

CLASSICS Friday Prelude Series

2016.17 Pops

pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall. Food and beverage service available.

• 11:15a Performance begins • Post-concert Optional Meet the Artist luncheon (extra fee).

Friday and Saturday evening Highlights: • 7:00p  FREE pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall.

Stuart Chafetz, conductor Capathia Jenkins, vocalist MSO Symphony Chorus Milwaukee Handbell Ensemble

12.02 12.03 12.04

The Music of John Williams

Yaniv Dinur, vocalist

Classic FM

Jeff Tyzik, conductor

03.24 03.25 03.26

Tango Caliente

Joel Levine, conductor

06.09 06.10 06.11

2016.17 Specials Cirque de la Symphonie

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Sunday afternoon

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Sounds of Simon and Garfunkel

Michael Krajewski, conductor AJ Swearingen & Jonathan Beedle, guitars & vocals

Evening Pops performances on Friday and Saturday begin at 8:00p. Afternoon performances on Sunday begin at 2:30p.

SPECIAL PERFORMANCES Get group discounts for any of our special performances, including: Itzhak Perlman, Cirque de la Symphonie, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Sounds of Simon and Garfunkel and more. Good seats go fast, so order early.

8:00p 8:00p 2:30p

Holiday Pops Spectacular

Edo de Waart, conductor Itzhak Perlman, violin

POPS

Su

10.14 10.15 10.16

Itzhak Perlman

Food and beverage service available. • 2:30p Performance begins

Sa

Disney Fantasia

Food and beverage service available. • 8:00p Performance begins • Post-concert Talkback sessions with conductors, (Fridays only) guest artists, and MSO musicians.

Highlights: • 1:30p  FREE pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall.

7:30p

Fr

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Come for the event or pre-concert lecture, enjoy the concert — and stay for lunch. Prelude Highlights: • 10:15a  Spotlight in Bradley Pavilion or educational

W

02.03 02.04 02.05

Tue 7:30p

W

Fr

7:30p 8:00p

Sa 8:00p

09.27 11.30 12.30 12.31 7:30p 2:30p 06.07

”RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK” licensed by LUCASFILM, LTD and PARAMOUNT PICTURES. Motion Picture, Artwork, Photos © 1981 Lucasfilm, Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Programs and venues subject to change. All concerts at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts unless otherwise noted. For complete program information, visit mso.org.


Music is better when shared together.

Performance options.

Turn up the volume on fun when you bring your group to an MSO performance. In addition to great savings, you and your group will share a memorable, uplifting experience to last for years to come.

Friday morning

Don’t have a group? Start your own!

The bigger the group, the better the savings. But no matter what your group’s size, all enjoy these great benefits: • 20% discount for groups of 10. Groups of 20 get even bigger savings!

Want to take advantage of group savings but don’t yet have a group to call your own? Why not start one? As few as ten people qualify. A few ideas: • special celebrations, like birthdays and milestones, for family and friends • employee rewards programs or outings • common interest groups like book clubs, student groups, and more.

• One free group leader ticket for every 20 tickets purchased.

Get started today

• Get concierge service, recommendations, and assistance that’s a custom-fit for your group.

Contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840, or email Luther at grayl@mso.org, Monday – Friday, 9:00a – 5:00p.

• No per-ticket convenience fee. • No deposit required at the time of reservation. • Free pre-concert artist talks for all Classics performances. • Handicap accessible, including parking and wheelchair seating. Infrared hearing devices, Braille and large-print programs are also available.

Plus — Special bonus for all new groups of 20!

We accept payment by check or credit card including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

Questions? Contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840, or email him at grayl@mso.org

CLASSICS Friday Prelude Series

2016.17 Pops

pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall. Food and beverage service available.

• 11:15a Performance begins • Post-concert Optional Meet the Artist luncheon (extra fee).

Friday and Saturday evening Highlights: • 7:00p  FREE pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall.

Stuart Chafetz, conductor Capathia Jenkins, vocalist MSO Symphony Chorus Milwaukee Handbell Ensemble

12.02 12.03 12.04

The Music of John Williams

Yaniv Dinur, vocalist

Classic FM

Jeff Tyzik, conductor

03.24 03.25 03.26

Tango Caliente

Joel Levine, conductor

06.09 06.10 06.11

2016.17 Specials Cirque de la Symphonie

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Sunday afternoon

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Sounds of Simon and Garfunkel

Michael Krajewski, conductor AJ Swearingen & Jonathan Beedle, guitars & vocals

Evening Pops performances on Friday and Saturday begin at 8:00p. Afternoon performances on Sunday begin at 2:30p.

SPECIAL PERFORMANCES Get group discounts for any of our special performances, including: Itzhak Perlman, Cirque de la Symphonie, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Sounds of Simon and Garfunkel and more. Good seats go fast, so order early.

8:00p 8:00p 2:30p

Holiday Pops Spectacular

Edo de Waart, conductor Itzhak Perlman, violin

POPS

Su

10.14 10.15 10.16

Itzhak Perlman

Food and beverage service available. • 2:30p Performance begins

Sa

Disney Fantasia

Food and beverage service available. • 8:00p Performance begins • Post-concert Talkback sessions with conductors, (Fridays only) guest artists, and MSO musicians.

Highlights: • 1:30p  FREE pre-concert lecture Meet the Music in Uihlein Hall.

7:30p

Fr

Yaniv Dinur, conductor

Come for the event or pre-concert lecture, enjoy the concert — and stay for lunch. Prelude Highlights: • 10:15a  Spotlight in Bradley Pavilion or educational

W

02.03 02.04 02.05

Tue 7:30p

W

Fr

7:30p 8:00p

Sa 8:00p

09.27 11.30 12.30 12.31 7:30p 2:30p 06.07

”RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK” licensed by LUCASFILM, LTD and PARAMOUNT PICTURES. Motion Picture, Artwork, Photos © 1981 Lucasfilm, Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Programs and venues subject to change. All concerts at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts unless otherwise noted. For complete program information, visit mso.org.


2016.17 Classics

Tu

Fr

Sa

Su

7:00p 11:15a 8:00p 8:00p 2:30p

Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro

Edo de Waart, conductor

Emanuel Ax Plays Brahms

Edo de Waart, conductor Emanuel Ax, piano Rachel Willis-Sørenson, soprano

The Glory of the Basilica

Yaniv Dinur, conductor Milwaukee Symphony Chorus

Elgar’s Enigma

David Danzmayr, conductor Todd Levy, clarinet

Romeo + Juliet

Cristian Măcelaru, conductor Frank Almond, violin

de Waart Conducts Beethoven

Edo de Waart, conductor Christina & Michelle Naughton, pianos

Scheherazade

JoAnn Falletta, conductor Zuill Bailey, cello

Triumphant Shostakovich

Carlos Kalmar, conductor Elina Vähälä, violin

Tchaikovsky’s Fourth

Asher Fisch, conductor Tamara Wilson, soprano

Poulenc’s Gloria

Christoph König, conductor MSO Chorus

The Planets

Edo de Waart, conductor Yulia Van Doren, soprano MSO Chorus

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Beethoven Triple Concerto

Edo de Waart, conductor Kalichstein-LaredoRobinson Trio

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Jeremy Denk Plays Mozart

Karina Canellakis, conductor Jeremy Denk, piano

BASILICA OF ST. JOSAPHAT

Matthew Halls, conductor MSO Chorus

Mozart’s Requiem

Rachmaninoff + Beethoven

Anu Tali, conductor Behzod Abduraimov, piano

Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4

Edo de Waart, conductor Ronald Brautigam, piano

Majestic Bruckner

Edo de Waart, conductor Susan Babini, cello

Mahler Symphony No. 3

EDO DE WAART’S FINALE

Edo de Waart, conductor Sasha Cooke, mezzosoprano

Barber’s Violin Concerto

Larry Rachleff, conductor Ilana Setapen, violin

Good things to know before you MSO.

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Concert length

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Most concerts are approximately two hours and typically include a 20-minute intermission. The lobby opens one hour prior to concert start time.

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Parking

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Please notify the Group Sales Office if your group will be coming by bus.

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The Marcus Center Parking Ramp is conveniently located one block north of the Marcus Center, between East State Street and East Highland Avenue.

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A limited number of handicap accessible parking spaces are available in the Marcus Center Parking Ramp.

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Coat check A coat check room is located on the first floor.

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Dining options

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Light fare and beverage service are available in the lobby one hour prior to performance and during intermission. For area restaurants outside the Hall, please contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray at 414.226.7840 or grayl@mso.org.

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“Thank you for making last night’s field trip to see Yo-Yo Ma with the MSO a resounding success! What an

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The Classics Series is presented by UPAF. Friday Classics Series is sponsored by Chase. Saturday Classics is sponsored by Rockwell Automation. The MSO Steinway piano was made possible through a generous gift from Michael and Jeanne Schmitz.

enjoyable experience! All of our participants are asking when we plan to do another trip! I’m already combing

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For more information on group sales, contact Group Sales Manager Luther Gray 414.226.7840 or grayl@mso.org

through your offerings next season!” Linda M. Drezdzon, Development Director Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra

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