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MAGIC OF MUSIC LUNCHES

LUNCH WITH MSO GUEST ARTISTS
Here's your chance to meet and find out more about three of the MSO's guest soloists! Pianist Philippe Bianconi, trumpet-player Tine Thing Helseth, and organist Nathan Laube have all generously agreed to share their insights with us.

RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW!
Be sure to buy your tickets by the Friday, a full week before each lunch! Your $25 ticket includes your meal and a gratuity; a cash bar will also be available. Click here to buy online or call us at (608) 257-3734 to charge by phone. To buy by mail, send your name, the names of your guests, the lunches you wish to attend, and your check made out to MSO to 222 W. Washington Ave., Madison, WI, 53703.


NATHAN LAUBE, ORGANIST
Please Note Time Change: Sat April 5 at 10 AM, Overture Hall

International organist Nathan Laube will perform on the Overture Concert Organ with a small audience on stage, while speaking about the composer Joseph Jongen and the Symphonie Concertante and playing excerpts to demonstrate various aspects of the composer's compositional style. He will also play Jongen's Sonata Eroica, which further demonstrates Jongen's style and showcases the tremendous virtuosity of the organist. Mr. Laube will also likely touch on technical aspects about the organ and how it functions. The organ is known as the “King of Instruments” and this behind-the-scenes look should be fascinating.

Programs and speakers are subject to change.