October Review List/Holiday Tunes

What a beautiful fall weekend!  Thanks to all who came out for our Children’s Museum performance on Saturday–the performers did a wonderful job!

Upcoming Events

October 29th Halloween Performance at the Capitol.  10:30 Tune, 11AM Play (costumes encouraged!)

October Review List

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Holiday Tunes

Our 2022-2023 Holiday Tunes are below!  Details for our holiday concerts will be released shortly.  In the meantime, please click here to view the sheet music.

Jingle Bells
Jolly Old Saint Nicholas
Joy to the World
O Come Little Children
Ring Little Bells
Carol of the Bells
Silent Night
Dreydl, Dreydl
We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Our monthly review lists and seasonal tunes will now be available under the Learning Resources section of the website.

Madison Symphony Orchestra Sublime Violin Concert this Weekend!

Richard StraussDeath and Transfiguration
Samuel Barber, Violin Concerto
Felix Mendelssohn
, Symphony No. 3 in A minor

James Ehnes, violin

James Ehnes has established himself as one of the most sought-after violinists on the international stage. Gifted with a rare combination of stunning virtuosity, serene lyricism and an unfaltering musicality, Ehnes is a favourite guest of many of the world’s most respected conductors including Ashkenazy, Alsop, Sir Andrew Davis, Denève, Elder, Ivan Fischer, Gardner, Paavo Järvi, Mena, Noseda, Robertson and Runnicles. Ehnes’s long list of orchestras includes, amongst others, the Boston, Chicago, London, NHK and Vienna Symphony Orchestras, the Los Angeles, New York, Munich and Czech Philharmonic Orchestras, and the Cleveland, Philadelphia, Philharmonia and DSO Berlin orchestras.

Click here for tickets.  Student rush details available here!


Exciting Music and Mindfulness offering for middle and high school students from Beth Kiser, Madison Cello Ensemble

“Soundbath- Music and Mindfulness for Teens”
5-8 pm Malayoga, 5734 Monona Drive October 21st
An evening of relaxing and restorative practices for teens. Kid focused  strategies of mindfulness, breathwork, music guided imagery for deep relaxation and a chakra balancing sound bath as well as time for a pizza dinner and a reflective art project are all a part of the experience. For middle school and high school students.  Contact 608.513.4763 to register or for more information.
What kids say:
“It is really the most amazing way to unwind and chill- everyone should try it”, Vianne, age 17
“My favorite part if the whole awesome weekend was the Soundbath with Beth. I want to do it again”. Gilbert age 15
“My favorite way to de- stress is to go on an imagination vacation is with Beth and the Soundbath; and the breathing things too- help me relax. I use them before tests.  I ask my mom to set up more”. Lukas age 12
“Its dreamy and so relaxing it can actually make you cry when you release your
 stress. The art helps you process the emotions you experienced. I’d like to do it more often”. Valentine age 17
“Wow – well just wow! It was the best part of our camp.” Ginny age 12
“First I learned to relax with my breath, but then  on the imagination vacation with sound I felt like I was flying on a soft fluffy cloud and everything was so beautiful”.   Rowan,  age 13