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Madison Symphony Orchestra Presents Organist Greg Zelek,
Making His Overture Organ Debut
2016-17 MSO Overture Concert Organ Series, Tuesday, November 8, 2016
MADISON, WI ̶ Madison Symphony Orchestra (MSO) welcomes acclaimed organist Greg Zelek for a debut recital Tues., Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in Overture Hall, 201 State Street.
Zelek will perform works by Mendelssohn, Bach, Dvořák, and Liszt, among others.
Praised for his “effortless facility on the instrument,” Zelek is increasingly recognized as one of the most exciting young organists in the American organ scene. A recent graduate of the Juilliard School of Music, he makes his Overture debut with an exciting program of music to maximize the many colors of the colossal Klais organ.
General Admission for each Overture Concert Organ performance is $20. Tickets can be purchased at madisonsymphony.org/zelek, (608) 258-4141 or the Overture Center Box Office.
Student Rush tickets can be purchased in person on the day of the concert at the Overture Center Box Office at 201 State Street. Students must show a valid student ID and can receive up to two $10 tickets.
This performance is sponsored by Walter and Karen Pridham. Support for all Overture Concert Organ programs is provided by the Diane Endres Ballweg Fund. With a gift from Pleasant T. Rowland, the Madison Symphony Orchestra (MSO) commissioned the Overture Concert Organ, which is the stunning backdrop of all MSO concerts.
The Madison Symphony Orchestra starts its 91st season with the 2016-17 concerts. The MSO engages audiences of all ages and backgrounds in live classical music through a full season of concerts with established and emerging soloists of international renown, an organ series that includes free concerts, and widely respected education and community engagement programs. Find more information at madisonsymphony.org. For more Overture Concert Organ information, visit madisonsymphony.org/organ