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Executive director Megan McGee discusses Ex Fabula, and Festival City Symphony talks about upcoming concerts. Read more

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Here's a comprehensive list of all of the classical music performances scheduled for Fall 2019 in Milwaukee. Read more

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Highlighting this week’s arts’ scene, The Constructivists beckon you To Fall in Love at The Underground Collaborative, and the Festival City Symphony plays music of Aaron Copland in Pabst Theater. Read more

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In Tandem Theatre presents a world premiere based on the life and times of traveler, poet, hobo, journalist and political activist Carl Sandburg. Read more

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This week, we look at a musical tribute to the legendary Judy Garland at Sunset Playhouse, as well as two classical music concerts by Frankly Music and the Festival City Symphony. Read more

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The coming week includes the Concord Chamber Orchestra’s concert, “Gods and Heroes,” the Venezuelan Afro-Soul quartet Betsayda Machado y La Parranda El Clavo visiting Latino Arts and the Festival City Symphony’s concert, “Passion, Beauty and Light.” Read more

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The Festival City Symphony honors “Saints and Heroes,” the Concord Chamber Orchestra’s season sampler concert offers “People Power,” and the Fine Arts Quartet’s 55-year run of Milwaukee concerts comes to a grand finale. Read more

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The ‘Mockingbird’ Lands First Stage and Autism Society riff on Harper Lee By John Jahn  Dutch American author Kathryn Erskine won 2010’s National Book Award for Yo,Performing Arts Weekly Read more

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Bess Wohl’s American Hero opens at the Soulstice Theatre on Jan. 27 and runs through Feb. 11; the Festival City Symphony continues its season by “Going for Baroque” at The Pabst Theater on Jan. 29; Momentum, with Milwaukee Ballet II danc... Read more

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The Taming by heavily produced modern playwright Lauren Gunderson runs at Next Act Theatre, Sept. 29-Oct. 23. Read more

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Festival City Symphony closes its Symphony Sundays season with “Bigger is Better,” a concert including works that Music Director Monte Perkins says “epitomize the Romantic Era, using a large orchestra and grand themes that were described... Read more

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Much like taxes, friction and gravity, Humor is a powerful force. Like any powerful force, humor can be used for good, evil or...profit. This month in Madison, local ambassador of funny Anthony Wood (best known locally for writing A Cudahy.. Read more

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The Festival City Symphony’s first fall concert, “American Celebration,” takes place Sunday, Sept. 13 at the Pabst Theater. Sept. 13 also witnesses the Fine Arts Quartet at UW-Milwaukee’s Helene Zelazo Center. Finally, Frankly Music hono... Read more

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Monte Perkins leads the Festival City Symphony in works by Tchaikovsky and Borodin, concluding the orchestra’s Symphony Sundays season. Read more

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Festival City Symphony performs “Seascapes” with work by Wagner, Debussy and Bridge as part of its Symphony Sundays series at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb.15 at the Pabst Theater. Read more

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Men and women have been falling into line behind the sound of fifes, drums and bugles since time immemorial. Eventually, military marches became processionals as they migrated from battlefields to stages, cathedrals and boulevards. The musi... Read more

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So the whole situation Tuesday night (Aug. 4) was weird enough all on it’s own.But what if I told you that it happened exactly a year to the day after the <a href="http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20080805&amp;content_id=3255585&amp;vkey=ne.. Read more

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If this is true, it’s seriously one of the oddest sports crossovers I’ve heard in awhile. AmericanIdol top 3 contestant Danny Gokey is from Milwaukee and he’s in towntoday to get footage for Idol to show during next week’s show. Theycall it hom.. Read more

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Less than a week after the First Year Players Draft, the Brewers have signed contracts with 19 of their 54 picks, including 2 of their top 5.<a href="http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20080610&amp;content_id=2886440&amp;vkey=news_mil&amp;fex.. Read more

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Sergei Rachmaninoff's notorious “Piano Concerto No. 3,” a composition so trick Don’t Go Russian Off ,Today in Milwaukee Read more

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