“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 […]
Early Music America celebrates the joy, meaning, and purpose in studying and experiencing historically informed performance. For many years EMA has designated March as Early Music Month. As part of this year’s celebration, EMA has listed several of the radio programs that feature early music – including Musica Antiqua on WORT! Read the whole article […]
At this FREE CONCERT, Igor Lipinski will perform music by 19th through 21st century Polish composers: Fryderyk (Frederic) Chopin, Karol Szymanowski, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Grazyna Bacewicz, Pawel Mykietyn. Since classical music from Poland has been rarely performed in concert halls in Madison, this recital will be a rare occasion to experience Poland’s musical heritage and […]
The Madison Area Youth Chamber Orchestra presents Aaron Copland’s iconic suite from Appalachian Spring and Mozart’s youthful Piano Concerto No. 9, featuring soloist Trevor Stephenson on fortepiano. Tickets: $10 at the door; students by donation. Cash/check only. More information at www.mayco.org. This project is funded in part by a grant from the Madison Arts Commission, […]
Go behind the scenes for informal open rehearsals with the Willy Street Chamber Players at Arts + Literature Laboratory! The Willy Street Chamber Players are a group of graduates of the UW School of Music who have strong ties to the east side of Madison. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see how a professional […]