June “Gift to the Community:” Two free outdoor concerts by the MSO

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MILWAUKEE — FOX6 and the Greater Milwaukee Foundation are teaming up to bring you Gifts to the Community – unique experiences that highlight the remarkable resources the community has to offer – as we celebrate the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s 100 years of service to the Milwaukee area.

June’s Gift to the Community will bring the beautiful sounds of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra to the community this summer. MSO will perform two free outdoor concerts in early July featuring more than an hour of patriotic favorites. There is no advance registration, reserved seating or ticketing. Everyone is welcome to come out and enjoy the magnificent music of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.

Signature Concert
What: Independence Day community concert
When: 2:30pm, Saturday, July 4th
Where: Washington Park band shell, Milwaukee

Veterans’ Concert
What: Special performance for military veterans and their families
When: 2:30pm, Thursday, July 2nd
Where: Lake Wheeler Pavilion near Hines Boulevard on the Milwaukee Veterans Administration grounds

For more information:
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
414-291-7605
mso.org

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Ranked among the top orchestras in the country, the MSO is the largest cultural institution in Wisconsin. Since its inception in 1959, the orchestra has received critical acclaim for artistic excellence. The orchestra’s full-time professional musicians perform more than 135 concerts each season. A cornerstone organization in Milwaukee’s arts community, the MSO provides enrichment and education activities for audiences of ever age, economic status and background.

1 Comment

  • Brian

    How are two concerts in July a “June’s Gift to the Community”? Just curious; I do appreciate the fact they are having two free concerts, and especially the special concert for vets.

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