Tuesday, 13 November 2012 | Rich Samuels
Thursday, November 15 5:30 pm at the University Club, 5:30 pm
Arts Outreach and the University Club invite you to enjoy a three course dinner followed by a performance by the Wingra Woodwind Quintet A cash bar service and hors d’ oeuvres will begin at 5:30 followed by a three course meal at 6:30 and conclude with a 7:30 performance by the Wingra Woodwind Quintet. Ticket information at 608-262-5023
Thursday, November 15, 8 pm UW Music Hall,925 Bascom Mall
Scottish folk Duo Fraser and Haas.
Scottish-born fiddler Alasdair Fraser and American cellist Natalie Haas. The duo will have played in Spain, Belgium, England, and Scotland, as well as throughout the US before the end of 2012.
Friday, November 16 12:15 at the First Unitarian Society.
Noon Musicale features Theresa Koenig, bassoon & Kirsten Ihde, piano
Music of Camille Saint-Saëns, Noël Gallon, Charles Koechlin, & Astor Piazzola
Friday November 16 7 pm at the River Arts on Water Gallery in Prairie du Sac
Kat Trio (piano, violin & clarinet)
Friday, November 16 7:30 pm at the Norman Mitby Theater
First concert of the season of the Madison Community Orchestra
Friday, November 16 8 pm in Mills Concert Hall, 455 N. Park, Madison
Concert Choir. The UW Concert Choir (Beverly Taylor, conductor) gives the world premiere of Prof. Laura Elise Schwendinger’s setting of the old Mexican song “Llorona” (the first setting from “Songs my Parents Taught Me”).
Saturday, November 17, 4 pm at Luther Memorial Church, 1021 University Avenue. Eliza’s Toyes: Our program will feature sacred and secular music, with a vocal septet and a consort of instruments including lute, viol, recorders, dulcian and organ. Also featured in these performances will be a beautiful wooden portative organ by David Moore, played by Kathrine Handford of Lawrence University, as well as wind instruments on loan from the James Smith Rudolph Collection at Lawrence University.
Saturday, November 17 8 pm Morphy Recital Hall, 455 N, Park, Madison
Wingra Quintet will perform traditional favorites of the repertoire including Ibert’s “3 Short Pieces”, Reicha’s “Quintet in C, op. 91, no. 1″ and Carl Nielsen’s “Quintet, op. 43.” They will be joined by guests Danielle Breisach, flute, Kostas Tiliakos, oboe, Laura McGlaughlin, clarinet, Sergio Acosta, bassoon, and Sarah Gillespie horn in the Divertissement, op. 36, by Emil Bernard.
Sunday, November 17 beginning at 1:30 pm Mills Hall, 455 N. Park, Madison
Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra presents its fall concert. At 7 pm The Youth Orchestra will close out the concert series with Joaquin Turina’s Danzas fantásticas and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Symphony No. 2.
Sunday November 18 7 pm St. Luke’s Lutheran Church 7337 Hubbard Avenue, Middleton
The Vienna Boys Choir. Advance sale tickets are strongly recommended. Tickets can be purchased online at stlukes-elca.org or by calling 1-800-838-3006, ext. 1.
Tuesday, November 20 7:30 pm Mills Concert Hall, 455 N. Park Madison
UW Trombone Choir directed by Mark Hetzler
Wednesday, November 21 12 pm at Luther Memorial Church, 1021 University Avenue, Madison.
Organ recital featuring organist Bruce Bengston.