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2012 Spring Arts Guide
Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012
For this concert, the Philomusica Quartet—Jeanyi Kim and Alexander “Sascha” Mandl on violin, Nathan Hackett on viola and Adrien Zitoun on cello—performs works by three...
2012 Spring Arts Guide
Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012
Mozart's Sonata for Piano, Four Hands, K. 497 (1786)—to be performed here as an arrangement for piano trio—is a four-movement work in the form of a church sonata. Its...
Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011

Weintraub examines incongruity of December 1941

As traumatizing as the Dec. 7 raid on Pearl Harbor had been, the hits just kept on coming as Germany's grip on Europe tightened and the Japanese followed their attack on Hawaii with invasions throughout the South Pacific. For the Allies, December...
Classical Music/Dance
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra's season opener

In the spring of 1787, an awkward teenager from Bonn arrived in Vienna on a mission: to meet and impress the era's greatest composer, Wolfgang Mozart. Their meeting was brief, but Mozart heard enough to advise his guests to “keep an eye on him...

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