Symphony announces Yo Yo Ma performance in its new venue
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The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra has made its first big performance announcement for its new Bradley Symphony Center in the former Warner Grand Theater on 2nd and Wisconsin.
World-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma and his longtime collaborator, pianist Kathryn Stott will give a recital on March 3, 2021.
Patrons can purchase tickets to the recital as part of a season subscription now. Single tickets will go on sale on Sept. 1.
Tickets to the Milwaukee Symphony's inaugural season in the Bradley Symphony Center can be purchased now by calling (414) 291-7605 or by visiting the MSO's website at mso.org.
The MSO announced last month that the new venue, slated to open this autumn, will be named in honor of the Harry and Peg Bradley, thanks to a a $52 million naming rights gift by David and Julia Uihlein, Lynde Uihlein and The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation.
An update on the renovation progress, including many photographs taken last month, can be found here.
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