Madison Symphony Orchestra
Fri, Sep 24 - Sun, Sep 26
Madison Symphony Orchestra has made the difficult decision to postpone the Joyful Reunion concerts until next season. The current Dane County COVID-19 restrictions are in effect through September 16, well after rehearsals are set to begin for the concerts. The mandate does not allow an exemption for performing artists singing or playing wind instruments without a mask. The MSO deeply regrets that they cannot present the original program in their 21/22 season. Learn more.
Ages 6 and up
The MSO has rescheduled these concerts to open the 22/23 subscription season on September 23, 24 and 25, 2022. All ticketholders for the “Joyful Reunion, Beethoven’s Ninth” concerts will be sent refunds for the value of the tickets they purchased. The MSO will continue its money back guarantee policy for tickets to any concert that does not take place as planned. The safety of audiences, musicians, guest artists and its staff is paramount. Overture Center for the Arts requirements and health guidelines will be monitored by MSO throughout the season.
Please join the MSO for a new program, String Spirit, on September 24 and 25, 2021. This special program is designed with instrumentation that can be performed within the requirements that are currently in effect. “String Spirit” features MSO’s Rhapsodie Quartet in Elgar’s Introduction and Allegro for Strings, and continues with Poulenc’s Concerto for Organ, Timpani and Strings in G minor featuring MSO’s Principal Organist Greg Zelek. Tchaikovsky’s beautiful Serenade for Strings in C major will close the program.
All who enter Overture Center must wear a face mask and show proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test.
Learn more about our in-person event requirements at overture.org/health.