Live from Bradley Symphony Center: Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra celebrates its new season with the opening of a restored city landmark, Bradley Symphony Center. Under the baton of Ken-David Masur, with special guest pianist Aaron Diehl, the orchestra will perform works by Ellington, Gershwin and Stravinsky, along with a new piece by Eric Nathan commemorating the grand opening of the Center.

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Milwaukee Symphony Excerpt from "Opening"

02:22

Excerpt of Composer Eric Nathan's piece "Opening" which was commissioned by the MSO.



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"Rhapsody in Blue" with Guest Soloist Aaron Diehl

03:46

George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue," composed by Gershwin in 1924.

"New World A-Comin'" with Guest Soloist Aaron Diehl

03:30

Duke Ellington's "New World A-Comin'," composed by Duke Ellington in 1943.

"The Firebird Suite"

02:04

Excerpt of Igor Stravinsky's "The Firebird Suite," composed in 1919.

Guest Piano Soloist Aaron Diehl

03:11

Aaron Diehl discusses his musical preferences and his love of Duke Ellington.

Theater Restoration and Renovation

06:41

The MSO raised $89 million to acquire and renovate the 1930s Grand Warner Theater.

Meet the Musicians: Nicholas Mariscal

01:46

Nicholas Mariscal says playing the cello has parallels to a good relationship.