A/C Feature 1
Nov 18th, 2012 by Tom Strini
Present Music illuminates St. John Cathedral with mesmerizing Ives and Timothy Andres' beautiful new "Comfort Food."
Nov 17th, 2012 by Tom Strini
David Parsons Dance, one of the world's great companies, set the crowd to cheering Saturday at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center.
Present MusicNov 15th, 2012 by Tom Strini
Timothy Andres cooks up "Comfort Food" for Present Music's Thanksgiving program.
On Stage 11/13Nov 13th, 2012 by Danielle McClune
A busy Milwaukee arts week culminates in an epic Friday pile-up, from MSO at the Basilica to David Parsons Dance at the Wilson Center.
Nov 12th, 2012 by Matthew Reddin
"Love and Germaphobia" beat out eight other flicks for the top prize, and "Yellow Hill: The Stranger's Tale" made its world premiere.
Nov 9th, 2012 by Tom Strini
Christoph Konig, guest conductor, clicks with the MSO in Schubert, Lutoslawski, Weber, Liszt.
On Stage 11/6Nov 6th, 2012 by Danielle McClune
The Wisconsin Philharmonic, The MSO and The Fine Arts Quartet get busy.
Paul JacobsNov 5th, 2012 by David Bohn
Grammy-winner Paul Jacobs returns to Kenwood United Methodist to celebrate its A.O. Smith Memorial Pipe Organ.
MSONov 3rd, 2012 by Tom Strini
Michael Francis leads us through painterly Hindemith, revelatory Franck; Todd Levy's intense in Weber's Clarinet Concerto.
On Stage 10/30Oct 30th, 2012 by Danielle McClune
As the holiday season draws nearer, fundraisers, benefits and pay-what-you-can performances take center stage.
The Florentine’s “Carmen”Oct 27th, 2012 by Matthew Reddin
The Florentine cast of Bizet's most famous opera takes a while to warm up, but then this "Carmen" gets hot.
Oct 26th, 2012 by Matthew Reddin
Original cast members Randy Steinmeyer and Peter DeFaria never lose focus in this revived Chicago cop drama, visiting Next Act this weekend only.