Suzuki Strings of Madison is proud to be the recipients of 30 free tickets to several of the WCO concerts this 2016-2017 season. WCO and SSM have partnered on various artist outreaches in the past and have had a wonderful relationship for many years.
Please read the rules carefully when calling in for tickets. Kindly only ask for as many tickets as you will use and enjoy the concert !!! 30 tickets per show are available on a first come first serve basis. A post will go out when tickets are available.
Step 1 Please call the main line of the WCO 257-0638
Step 2 Please provide your name, address, phone number and ticket quantity.
Step 3 All tickets will be available for pick up at the Overture Center box office will call
NOTE: calls and requests must be received in the WCO OFFICE by noon Monday prior to the concert offered.
call in by 10/10 for the 10/14
call in by 1/23 for the 1/27
call in by 2/20 for the 2/24
call in by 3/20 for the 3/24
call in by 4/24 for the 4/28
THE FIRST WCO CONCERT IS AROUND THE CORNER ! October 14
call in by noon Monday 10.10 to request tickets
CALL IN FOR TICKETS at 257-0638
October 14 concert features violinist Ilya Kaler performing the Tchaikovsky Violin concerto: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTE08SS8fNk ( Perlman)
October 14, 2016
7:30 PM | Capitol Theater | Overture Center for the Arts
Guest Artist, Ilya Kaler, violin
William Boyce, the English contemporary of Handel, wrote eight Symphonies. His Symphony No. 5 is a fitting fanfare to open the season and similar in style to Handel’s Water Music. We welcome the debut of Russian virtuoso Ilya Kaler, with Tchaikovsky’s awe-inspiring Violin Concerto. This popular and demanding concerto never fails to excite and thrill an audience. The 4th Symphony of Schubert, dubbed the “Tragic”, is famous for its mood and mystery. The master of German lieder, Schubert can spin a melody that touches every emotion.
BOYCE | Symphony No. 5 in D major
TCHAIKOVSKY | Violin Concerto in D major
SCHUBERT | Symphony No. 4 “Tragic” in C minor