Gabrielle Barriere

Free Opera and Chamber Music Tickets

Become an Urban Milwaukee member and see the season's final shows for free.

By - May 8th, 2019 04:57 pm
Alexandra LoBianco. Photo by Elle Logan.

Alexandra LoBianco. Photo by Elle Logan.

As our local performing arts groups get ready to end their seasons, Urban Milwaukee wants to celebrate with one last big ticket giveaway (until next season of course!). Both Florentine Opera and Frankly Music have their final shows soon, and we have tickets we want to share with Urban Milwaukee members. Not a member yet? All you need to do is fill out our easy sign-up form, and you can claim either of these tickets, while supplies last.

Frankly Music’s Season Finale is going to be a string blowout with Schoenberg’s landmark Transfigured Night, and Mendelssohn’s beloved Octet. Featuring musicians from the Milwaukee Symphony and their special guest, the legendary cellist Lynn Harrell. This chamber music showcase will take place on Monday, May 13th at 7 p.m. at Schwan Concert Hall at Wisconsin Lutheran College. We have a handful of tickets to this special performance. We are out of tickets to this event.

The Florentine Opera is staging “A Night at the Opera: 85th Anniversary Concert,” with highlights from legendary operas including Tosca, Carmen, The Marriage of Figaro and more. Featuring the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra on stage with soprano Alexandra LoBianco, mezzo-soprano Elisa Quagliata, tenor Jonathan Burton and baritone Corey McKern. We have two tickets for this showcase of world-famous music on opening night, Friday, May 17th at 7:30 p.m. We only have two tickets to this special performance, so act fast! We are out of tickets to this event.

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  • Free tickets to concerts, festivals, and other events as they become available through our partners
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All of this is just $9/month, or our annual membership fee of $99, and during this amazing membership giveaway, you’ll receive two free tickets to the event(s) of your choice. Act fast and you could get tickets worth the entire cost of an annual Urban Milwaukee membership.  Signing up is easy, and you are welcome to cancel at any time. Once you’ve become a member, click here to select your free tickets. And if you’re already a member, you’re welcome to claim your tickets.

Frankly Music’s concert is at Schwan Concert Hall located at Wisconsin Lutheran College, 8815 W. Wisconsin Avenue. For more information, visit its website. Florentine Opera will be performing at Uihlein Hall of the Marcus Performing Arts Center 929 N. Water Street. For more information, visit their website.

All deals are while supplies last, so act fast.

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