The Brown County Civic Music Association presents professional artists of national and international acclaim, performing classical music concerts at affordable prices.

5-Star Season from Around the World

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Saturday, October 12, 2019
Chamber Music Society, Lincoln Center

An evening to treasure! A talent-rich assemblage of some of classical music’s brightest stars, straight from Alice Tully Hall, will dazzle with world-class musicianship and an awe-inspiring program. From Harry Burleigh spirituals and a Dvořák quintet to a Leonard Bernstein sonata and Copland’s masterful Appalachian Spring, this elite ensemble will share a bold, clean, American sound suggesting open spaces and endless possibilities.
Special Venue: Weidner Center for the Performing Arts,
UW‑Green Bay, 2420 Nicolet Drive

Saturday, November 9, 2019
Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Brass

The classical Marsalis! Whether early brass, big band swing, Baroque or jazz, this 10-member brass ensemble blends exceptional technique and energetic flair. The New Orleans-born Rodney, a former student of his famous cousin Wynton, is a trumpeter extraordinaire in his own right and shines in classics by Bach, Rossini, Wagner, Tchaikovsky, Harry James, Duke Ellington and others.

Saturday, March 14, 2020
Maxwell Street Klezmer

A classic tradition! Embodying the colorful spirit of immigrant America, this Midwest-based group spotlights the widely influential classical music of Jewish tradition. They’ve played at Carnegie Hall and toured Europe, collaborated with The Lyric Opera and Chicago Sinfonietta, and brought irresistible musicality and cultural outreach to audiences across the nation.

Saturday, April 18, 2020
Washington Saxophone Quartet

Veterans, variety, virtuosity! Ever listened to NPR’s “All Things Considered”? If so, you’ve enjoyed engaging musical interludes by this D.C. foursome of former military-band standouts. They delight audiences with the amazing range of their instruments — baritone to soprano — evoking the refined sounds of a string quartet, the harmonies of an organ prelude or the improvisation of jazz.

Thursday, May 7, 2020
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

MSO returns to the Weidner! Having opened with one of the world’s great chamber orchestras, we bookend the season with the power and elegance of a full symphony orchestra. Under new direction and maintaining its longstanding commitment to musical excellence, the Milwaukee Symphony consistently ranks among America’s finest orchestras. Back by popular demand!

Special Venue: Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, UW‑Green Bay, 2420 Nicolet Drive

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