Due to the pandemic, we have unfortunately had to cancel all of our Masterworks Series concerts for the 20/21 season. Find out more here .

We create something special.

As orchestras across the globe celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, we have his first and last concertos planned to open and close our Masterworks series. New and neglected works mix with familiar favorites – Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms – contributing to a stunning season. Often overlooked works by Cherubini, Blake, Kabalevsky, and Stravinsky round out our Masterworks series at the Capitol Theater.

New soloist, virtuoso Spanish guitarist Mabel Millán, makes her US debut in March performing Ponce’s Guitar Concerto. World-class soloists, pianist John O’Conor, cellist Amit Peled, violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky, and pianist Michael Mizrahi, return to perform with the WCO.

We are excited to take select Masterworks performances to Brookfield at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts.

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What to Expect

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Wine, beer, cocktails, and non-alcoholic beverages are available at the cocktail bars within the Capitol Theater.

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Masterworks is a delightful sense of occasion, so dress up or dress comfortably. Learn more.

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Map, directions, and parking information to help you plan your evening.

Season Brochure

Peruse this year's Masterworks subscription brochure or request a printed booklet, here. (20/21 Series has been canceled)

2020/2021 Schedule

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