THE PROGRAM
This program features music from across the centuries and around the world with traditional, new, classical, and popular music. Enjoy works by George Frideric Handel, Johann Sebastian Bach, Franz Schubert, John Rutter, Irving Berlin, and others along with an audience Christmas Carol Sing-Along at the end of the concert!

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PROGRAM NOTES
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THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS
Major funding
provided by
TWO ANONYMOUS
FRIENDS
MAURICE & ARLENE REESE
Additional funding
provided by
REINHART BOERNER
VAN DEUREN s.c.
HANS & MARY LANG
SOLLINGER

















Wisconsin Arts Board funding comes with additional funds from the State of Wisconsin and the
National Endowment for the Arts.

Endowment support for “A Madison Symphony Christmas” is the gift of Carl M. Hudig.

SPONSOR MESSAGES
AMERICAN PRINTING
“American Printing is proud to support the Madison Symphony Orchestra. High-caliber concert performances, innovative education and community engagement make MSO an asset to Madison’s vibrant arts and culture scene. Congratulations to the Symphony on another exciting season in Overture Hall!”

NEDREBO’S FORMALWEAR
“Nedrebo’s Formalwear applauds John DeMain and the fine musicians of the Madison Symphony Orchestra as they continue to entertain, inspire and engage the Madison community.”

BMO PRIVATE BANK
“BMO Private Bank is proud to be a sponsor of the Madison Symphony Orchestra and wishes them
many years of success.”

HOOPER FOUNDATION/GENERAL HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
"As an annual contributor to the Madison Symphony Orchestra (MSO), the Hooper Foundation believes
in the importance of funding Madison's arts scene. In addition to its performances at the Overture Center
for the Arts, the MSO enriches the Madison community through healthcare facility visits, involvement
with area schools, open dress rehearsals, and free educational events. Through this additional outreach,
MSO reaches individuals who may otherwise be unable to participate in the arts.”