“Jasmine Flowers” Experience the sounds of West and East coming together in choral music by Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel, Toru Takemitsu, Chen Yi, Bob Chilcott, Libby Larsen, and others inspired by the musical traditions of East Asia.
“A Thousand Beautiful Dreams” Flint, Michigan has become a symbol of how social and environmental justice (and injustice) are intertwined. We welcome the University of Michigan-Flint Chamber Singers, under Dr. Gabriela Hristova, to join with us in presenting recent music that gives voice to the tragedies of the past and present, the promise of social […]
A Grand Opening, family friendly event to share the recently completed renovated Historic Madison Municipal Building. Music and Performances, Art and Art Projects, Living History/Oral History Project, Lightning Talks, Food Carts, Behind the Scenes Tours and MORE! Dedication by Mayor Paul Solglin at noon. Madison Municipal Building, 215 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Madison WI
“Angels and Demons” Come with us on a Dante-inspired journey from the Inferno through Purgatory all the way to Paradise, as interpreted by composers Karl Jenkins, Zdeněk Lukáš, György Orbán, Alfred Schnittke, Joseph Rheinberger, Rodion Schedrin, W. A. Mozart, and Marteen Spruijt!
The City of Madison is in its 3rd year of the solar trainee installer program. The 2018 class of solar installers (Hattie, Valerie and Eric) stopped by the studio to talk about their experiences on the rooftops of Madison. Matt Parks and Will McMahon of the City of Madison Engineering Department explained that the City […]
It’s a busy time for legislators at the Capitol. In the first half of the hour, Carousel Bayrd explores a bill, currently in reconciliation, that would open up a large chunk of Wisconsin’s wetlands to development. With Carousel to explain the importance of wetlands, and how this bill would change Wisconsin’s wetland landscape, is Ryan Billingham, […]