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Milwaukee’s Festival City Symphony Announces 2021-2022 Concert Season, New Venue

Milwaukee, Wis.— Festival City Symphony (FCS), the area’s oldest performing symphony orchestra, is pleased to announce a new season of concerts for the 2021-2022 season. FCS will perform an all-new concert series, Saturday Classics, with four concerts at the new Bradley Symphony Center. The Pajama… Read More »Milwaukee’s Festival City Symphony Announces 2021-2022 Concert Season, New Venue

Musician Auditions - Festival City Symphony

Musician Auditions

Sub List Audition Information Festival City Symphony holds sub list auditions in early September each year.  Please check the website in August 2022 for more details and to sign up for an audition.  The Festival City Symphony audition committee listens to sub list applicants unscreened. Current Audition… Read More »Musician Auditions

Jeannie Yu Featured in “Rhapsody and Romance: Legends of the Piano” Concert May 5, 2019

Jeannie Yu was awarded first prize in the Frinna Awerbuch Piano Competition, the Flint Symphony International Concerto Competition, the Portland Symphony International Concerto Competition, and the Kingsville Piano Competition.  She earned the prestigious Gina Bachauer Memorial Scholarship Award, a full scholarship for a Master’s Degree program… Read More »Jeannie Yu Featured in “Rhapsody and Romance: Legends of the Piano” Concert May 5, 2019

Todd Levy Featured in “Copland and Levy: American Masters” Concert March 31, 2019

Principal clarinet of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra and participant in the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, three-time Grammy Award-winner Todd Levy has performed as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, the Mostly Mozart Festival, with the Israel Philharmonic, and at the… Read More »Todd Levy Featured in “Copland and Levy: American Masters” Concert March 31, 2019

Program Notes: “Passion, Beauty, and Light” Symphony Sundays – March 25, 2018

Festival City Symphony: March 25, 2018 | Notes by Roger Ruggeri © 2018 Gabriel Fauré May 12, 1845; Pamiers, France November 4, 1924; Paris Pavane, Opus 50 Quintessentially French, Fauré’s compositional style is particularly refined. His music, often said to be the reflection of French civilization… Read More »Program Notes: “Passion, Beauty, and Light” Symphony Sundays – March 25, 2018