The community concert series includes five ensembles, four of which have state connections. Performances are at 7 p.m. at locations in the
- Sept. 16: Pro Arte Quartet. The quartet-in-residence at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is in its 101st year of existence. This is its 18th year with members David Perry and Suzanne Beia, violins; Sally Chisholm, viola, and Parry Karp, cello.
- Oct. 3:
- Nov. 23: Wingra Woodwind Quintet. This UW-Madison faculty ensemble-in-residence was founded in 1965. It has played Carnegie Hall and recorded several albums. Players are Stephanie Jutt, flute; Kostas Tiliakos, oboe; Linda Bartley, clarinet; Marc Vallon, bassoon, and Linda Kimball, horn.
- Feb. 28: Goldwing Express. The touring quartet is originally from Oklahoma and today is based in Branson, Mo. The performers – a father and three sons – dedicate a part of each concert to their Native American heritage. Each brother wears a head dress representing the Creek tribe of their mother.
- March 28:
The series is in its 30th season.
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