Overture Moves Madison's Outdoor Concerts Indoors with MadCity Sessions!
Overture Center’s 2016/17 MadCity Sessions returns for another season of free concerts, now live from the Capitol Theater stage.
A leader in arts giving, Diane Ballweg is stepping into new philanthropy role
Check out this great article featuring Overture Center Foundation Board Member and Overture Local Legend Diane Ballweg!
Let’s Get Social
Overture Center for the Arts is excited to launch the second season of the Get Social pre-show mixers for select shows!
Tommy Award Recipient Steps Into the Glass Slippers for Rodgers + Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA
Overture Center is proud to welcome Tommy Award Recipient Tatyana Lubov (Nahirniak), cast as leading lady Cinderella in the touring production of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA, back to Overture Hall from TUE, OCT 4 – SUN, OCT 9!
Join us for a Chicago Theater Road Trip on Thursday, November 3!
We’re loading up the bus for our fourth Cocktails with Tim & Karra…on the Road theater trip to Chicago!
6-Year-Old Violinist & rising Star Declan interviews with WKOW
Overture is thrilled that Declan Killeen Toomey, a 6-year old violinist, is auditioning again for the Rising Stars talent search.
Overture Center Stands with Orlando
Join us for the second annual Overture Center for the Arts Night at the Duck Pond!
With special Princess Night appearances by Queen Elsa, Princess Anna, and Cinderella
Time to Vote for the 2016 Star of Madison Awards!
Whether you’re a first time visitor or a yearly subscriber, we hope you have enjoyed the time you’ve spent at Overture Center for the Arts. Now is the time to show us what you think of us!
Community Day at Overture Center!
Make Music Madison: Free Outdoor Music on Tuesday, June 21
Overture Center is proud to host Make Music Madison, our city’s annual one-day free, outdoor music festival. We’ll help create the continuous wall of music that will surround the city on Sunday, June 21.
Congratulations to the Madison Symphony Orchestra!
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Jane Chu announced May 10, 2016, that the Madison Symphony Orchestra (MSO) has been awarded an NEA Art Works grant of $20,000 to support HeartStrings, an internationally-recognized, music therapy-informed community engagement program for individuals with special needs.
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