It’s the 20th anniversary of our beloved Maestro’s arrival at the Madison Symphony Orchestra, and we can’t wait for the celebration coming up in our 2013-14 season. You can explore the full season on our website, but here are some highlights:
- Favorites such as Rimsky-Korsakov’sScheherazade, Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9, and Mozart’s Requiem
- Yefim Bronfman playing not one, but two of Beethoven’s piano concertos
- The return of audience favorites Philippe Bianconi, piano, and Augustin Hadelich, violin, playing Brahms and Lalo
- The MSO debut of trumpeter Tine thing Helseth and guest conductor Julian Wachner
- A season finale showcasing the legacy of George Gershwin with works of Bernstein and Sondheim and guest artists including Tony Award-winner Karen Ziemba
We hope you’re as excited as we are. Subscribe today for the best seats and prices!
From Madison Magazine:
The ovation, largely and quickly a standing one, was prolonged; apparently the Friday night subscribers at least have fully embraced Greenholtz as one of the family.
From The Isthmus:
Greenholtz is clearly a gifted player, and she displays skill and confidence. What struck me was her avoidance of the flashy, and a sensitivity to the real power that lies behind the virtuosic passages as well as the lovely melodies.