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The Florentine Opera Celebrates The Artistic Milestones of its 82nd Season
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The Florentine Opera Celebrates The Artistic Milestones of its 82nd Season

The Florentine celebrated the triumphs of the 2015-2016 Season – a great classic and new works, the first year of Adam Wiensch, Esq.’s board presidential term, and the honoring of Community Partners including Colectivo Coffee Roasters.

Classical: Four Cool Concerts Coming Sunday
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Four Cool Concerts Coming Sunday

Concerts by Frank Almond, Philomusica Quartet and others, all in one day.

Classical: The Trumpet Shall Sound
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The Trumpet Shall Sound

And did. MSO’s version of Messiah filled St. Josaphat’s with a bright, lush, passionate music making.

Classical: Dedicated to The People of Paris
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Dedicated to The People of Paris

Milwaukee Symphony’s basilica concert becomes a moving tribute to France’s tragedy.

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Announces Expansive List of Holiday Performances
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Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Announces Expansive List of Holiday Performances

From Handel’s Messiah to Country Music’s Sara Evans, MSO has something for everyone.

Classical: The Last Days of Lecce-Chong
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The Last Days of Lecce-Chong

Milwaukee Symphony Associate Conductor Francesco Lecce-Chong's second last gig here is all-choral concert.

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and Chorus to perform in Basilica
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Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and Chorus to perform in Basilica

This concert is a community concert and all tickets are priced at $5.

Classical: Florentine’s Butterfly is Uneven
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Florentine’s Butterfly is Uneven

Nothing new in this interpretation, but most of the soloists were quite strong.

The 82nd Season of World Class Opera From the Florentine Begins With Giacomo Puccini’s MADAMA BUTTERFLY