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Friday, October 13, 2017
Russian String Orchestra

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Russian String Orchestra Misha Rachlevsky

Encore! Longtime subscribers might recall this group’s 2010 visit as one of the most dazzling demonstrations of musical virtuosity in series history. Founder and musical director Misha Rachlevsky returns at the helm of yet another all-star ensemble of exceptional young players, whose concerts and recordings have earned rave reviews from Russia to Western Europe to North America.

Saturday, April 29, 2017
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

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Professional symphony orchestra! — For the tenth consecutive spring, we at Civic Music are proud to close our season with the brilliance and power of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, a Wisconsin cultural treasure. Under the musical direction of Maestro Edo de Waart, the 68 full-time professionals of the MSO bring the full measure of symphonic beauty to the Green Bay stage.

Please note change of date

The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra concert, originally scheduled for May 6, 2017, has been rescheduled one week earlier, Saturday, April 29, 2017.

Bonus concert!

Purchases of the 2017-18 season membership prior to (right up to showtime!) include extra tickets to the final concert of our 2016-17 season. Details here.

Pre-concert talk 6:30-7 p.m.

  • with Yaniv Dinur, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra conductor
  • in the Lars Thune Center (small auditorium/lecture space on the right, when in the lobby facing the auditorium doors)

Saturday, March 4, 2017
Manhattan Piano Trio

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Classical excellence! — With rave reviews from top critics, a busy recording schedule and regular dates at prestigious venues including Alice Tully Hall and the Ravinia Festival, MPT is among the most in-demand groups in classical music. They’re young Americans with a world of talent: Wayne Lee, violinist, is a native of San Francisco; Dmitry Kouzov, cellist, was born in St. Petersburg, Russia; and Milana Strezeva, pianist, is originally from Moldova.