Masterworks Series 2022-23 Unveiled.
Five virtuosi, a national caliber orchestra, and artfully crafted and diverse chamber programs are at the center of our 2022-2023 Masterworks Series.
Kicking off in November, this collection of concerts weaves the masters with the contemporary, all crafted to bring you closer to the music. Led by Maestro Andrew Sewell, our Masterworks Series reflects the diversity within the classical chamber repertoire.
As we return to a five-concert series for the first time since 2019, we’ll feature a range of work, from Florence Price’s Symphony No. 1 in E Minor to Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6, Pastoral.
Joining the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra this season are violinist Elissa Lee Koljonen, London-based violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky, trumpeter Andrew Balio, Spanish guitarist Mabel Millán and pianist Michael Mizrahi. Additionally, Dr. William Banfield, WCO’s composer in residence, will join Mizrahi in Masterworks V.
You can now subscribe to the Masterworks Series, as we offer a range of ticket packages flexible to both your schedule and your budget. We hope you’ll consider a subscription and appreciate your ongoing support of the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra.
Meet Our Maestro and Guest Artists Before Each Concert
Enjoy a lively pre-concert discussion held in the Wisconsin Studio at the Overture Center, home of the Capitol Theater and all Masterworks.
The discussion, free for all Masterworks ticketholders, features Maestro Andrew Sewell, WCO musician(s), and our concert guest artists. They’ll share insights and inspiration for the evening’s Masterworks concert repertoire.
Doors open at 6 p.m. Discussion runs 6:30 to 7 p.m.
Post Concert After-party
Stay after the concert for a talk back with Maestro Andrew Sewell and our guest artist on the Capitol Theater stage. The WCO also hosts an after-concert reception for select concerts in the Promenade Lounge within Overture. This is a great opportunity to deepen your connection to the music and musicians of the WCO.
COVID-19 Safety Requirements
As COVID-19 evolves, we will continue to adhere to all current local, state and CDC guidelines.