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The classical season was kicked off by ‘Re:re:rewrite’ by Present Music, the first concert under the new leadership of co-artistic directors David Bloom and Eric Segnitz. Read more

Classical Music

“I can’t say anything definite,” Stalheim says of Present Music post-himself. “I think keeping it going is the goal but you need a lot of support—a lot of hard work.” Read more

A&E Feature

In its concert titled “Between Two Worlds,” Present music presents music that will explore contrasts as well as parallels between traditional folk music and contemporary classical music. Read more

A&E Feature

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Roger Viloria

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

Classical Music

This year UW-Milwaukee’s Festival of Films in French celebrates 20 years with 20 films spanning the globe; admission for all films is free. On Feb. 19, catch Poulet aux prunes (Chicken with Plums) at 3 p.m. in the UW-Milwaukee Union Cinema.... Read more

Film Reviews

Sister Carrie, a two-act opera by Robert Aldridge and Herschel Garfein, received an outstanding launch by the Florentine Opera. Read more

Classical Music

Chicago’s Armenian Sardarabad Dance Ensemble comes to South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center, Oct. 8. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

Present Music perfor its new concert, “Made For Milwaukee” at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3, at UW-Milwaukee’s Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts. Read more

Classical Music

Present Music opened its season with a largely successful concert juxtaposing old and new music. Read more

Classical Music

Present Music opens its 34th season with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Gran Partita and other pieces, Saturday, Sept. 5 at the Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts. Read more

Classical Music

Guest clarinetist Michel Lethiec joins the Fine Arts Quartet for the ensemble’s season finale. Composers included are Gioachino Rossini, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and David Del Tredici. Read more

Classical Music

Three quartets spanning two centuries comprise the Fine Arts Quartet’s next concert on Sunday, June 7. Read more

Classical Music

Individuals suchas Jerome Kern, Dorothy Fields, Jimmy Van Heusen and Harold Arlen may soundfaintly familiar, but smart money says that ninety percent of people who don’tqualify for Medicare benefits would not be able to name their accomplishmen.. Read more

Visual Arts

East of the River integrates musicians from classical, jazz, rock and world music to create an aural sensuality unfamiliar to Western ears. In its program “Levantera”—an unrelenting east wind of the Adriatic region—the artists of East of... Read more

Classical Music

East of the River integrates musicians from classical, jazz, rock and world music to create an aural sensuality unfamiliar to Western ears. Read more

Theater

Bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell, the inspiring writer behind The Tipping Point, Outliers and Blink, returns to the pages with a powerful new book that proves that life’s seemingly unbearable setbacks and hardships are merely part of the... Read more

Books

Early Music Now (EMN) begins its 26th season with the spicy dance rhythms of Ensemble Caprice’s “Salsa Baroque,” a program of music by Latin American and Spanish Baroque composers... Read more

A&E Feature

In 1892 Frank Lenz, an entrepreneurial 25-year-old Pittsburgh bookkeeper, decided to take advantage of this exciting new world of travel on the “mechanical horse”—as well as seek personal fame and fortune—by announcing that he woul Read more

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