UPDATE (1/10/2020): The concert has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic (read more)
On Saturday, October 10, 2020 (@ 20:00h), renowned composer John Williams will return to conduct the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra – MSO, in a special concert of his music from the silver screen, held at the Bradley Symphony Center in Milwaukee (Wisconsin, USA).
Orchestra conductor Ken-David Masur will lead the first half of an exciting program that includes music from such Williams’ favorites as E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and more.
At this moment, concert tickets are only available to MSO 2020-21 season subscribers. Single tickets will go on sale on September 1, 2020. Read more:
As the orchestra states on its official website, both Williams and the orchestra will be donating their services to the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s Musicians’ Pension Fund:
“Portions of the evening’s proceeds are being invested in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s Musicians’ Pension Fund. We extend special thanks to John Williams for donating his services for this performance, and offer additional thanks to the musicians of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, who are also donating their services for this evening’s benefit concert.”