Overture’s Rising Stars Finals
Sat, Sep 14
Capitol Theater: $15
Overture’s Rising Stars, an annual talent search now in its 6th year, is aimed to discover, develop and celebrate the wealth of talent in Wisconsin communities.
At the Finals, you’ll see diverse artists from throughout the state perform on stage, receive live feedback from a panel of judges and win cash prizes! Plus, one grand prize winner will earn $1,000, a digital marketing consultation and will be awarded the opportunity to perform during Overture’s 2020/21 season! Don’t miss this night of incredible talent and entertainment!
Congratulations to our finalists!
Thank you to everyone who auditioned this year. The following acts are the 2019 Overture’s Rising Stars finalists:
Declan Killeen Toomey
Water Street Dance Milwaukee
See The North Code, the 2018 Grand Prize Winner, perform as the opener for the Overture Presents performance by Kittel & Co. on FRI, OCT 4!
ABOUT OUR PARTNERS
The Grand Oshkosh
Built in 1883 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Grand Oshkosh is a collaborative and innovative leader in providing entertainment, social, and educational opportunities for the community. The Grand hosts more than 100 public performances each season, featuring both nationally touring and regional artists.
The Grand Theater
Since 1927, The Grand Theater has brought the best of the performing arts to North Central Wisconsin. With a mission to entertain, educate, and enrich the community, The Grand works to develop a lifelong appreciation for the arts and enhance the quality of life in the region.
Viterbo Fine Arts Center
As a regional arts center, the mission of the Viterbo University Fine Arts Center is to educate, stimulate, inspire, and challenge the university and local communities through the presentation of diverse and quality programming. Built in 1971, the Fine Arts Center hosts over 80,000 guests each year for a variety of events, including performances, lectures, conferences, and more.
This project is supported by Arts Access, a component fund of the Madison Community Foundation, Madison-Kipp Corporation and Dane Arts with additional funds from the Edres Mfg. Company Foundation, The Evjue Foundation, Inc., charitable arm of The Capital Times, the W. Jerome Frautschi Foundation, and the Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation.