The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra celebrates its new season.
Excerpt of Igor Stravinsky's "The Firebird Suite," composed in 1919.
The MSO raised $89 million to acquire and renovate the 1930s Grand Warner Theater.
Work inside the Bradley Symphony Center included the careful restoration of 1930s murals.
George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue," composed by Gershwin in 1924.
Duke Ellington's "New World A-Comin'," composed by Duke Ellington in 1943.
Excerpt of Composer Eric Nathan's piece "Opening" which was commissioned by the MSO.
Sonora Slocum was meant to be a musician. Her name means "sound."
Nicholas Mariscal says playing the cello has parallels to a good relationship.
Aaron Diehl discusses his musical preferences and his love of Duke Ellington.
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