NOVEMBER   15   16   17
THIS CONCERT
...features two important Romantic works from the European tradition plus a short, jazzy piece that is unmistakably American. Rachmaninoff's most popular symphony overflows with gorgeously familiar melodies, while soloist Augustin Hadelich plays Lalo's "hot-blooded" Symphonie Espagnole.

LISTEN TO THE MUSIC

MEET AUGUSTIN


PRELUDE DISCUSSIONS
One hour before each performance with Charles Dill, Professor of Musicology at the UW-Madison.
THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS
Major Funding
Provided by
STEINHAUER
CHARITABLE
TRUST
ROSEMARIE
BLANCKE
With Additional
Funds from
DeETTE
BEILFUSS-
EAGER AND
LEONARD P.
EAGER, JR.












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


SPONSOR MESSAGES
CHUCK STEINHAUER, STEINHAUER CHARITABLE TRUST
“It is important to continue to honor our family’s tradition of giving back to the community, especially to organizations like the Madison Symphony Orchestra, which rely on private funding for their programs and services.”

UW HEALTH BURN CENTER AND UW DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY
“The University of Wisconsin Department of Surgery and UW Health Burn Center are honored to support the Madison Symphony Orchestra. The experience of art in its many forms enriches our community and its members.
It is our sincerest pleasure to acknowledge and support those at the heart of this endeavor.”

ROSEMARIE BLANCKE
“I am proud to sponsor the Madison Symphony Orchestra. Famous soloists such as Augustin Hadelich and Philippe Bianconi are attracted to perform in Madison because we have such a talented orchestra, an outstanding music director - John DeMain - and a beautiful concert hall.”