ReviewApr 13th, 2015 by William Barnewitz
Last weekend’s concert was a testament to how he’s improved the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
EventsApr 13th, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
April 14 (414) will feature good food and beer and a line-up of great bands.
Rock RoundupApr 13th, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
Longtime rocker comes to Riverside. And James Hunter comes to Northern Lights.
ReviewApr 6th, 2015 by William Barnewitz
Global star Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg is sensational in Shostakovich and orchestra excels in two other works.
ClassicalApr 2nd, 2015 by Claire Nowak
Edo de Waart has turned the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra into a wonderful interpreter of the Russian composer.
RockMar 27th, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
Rio Turbo really likes to rile up the audience. The party reconvenes Saturday night at Linneman’s.
ReviewMar 27th, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
No they’re not quite Pink Floyd, but they still left me somewhere on the dark side of the moon.
ReviewMar 25th, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
Sell-out crowd at Pabst gets to hear a great mix of its old and new songs.
ClassicalMar 23rd, 2015 by William Barnewitz
Bel Canto and supporting players take on Bach’s huge St. Matthew Passion for an appreciative crowd.