Frankly Music Makes a Home at St. Paul’s

In case you hadn’t already heard, we have some great news from Frank Almond’s incredible series, Frankly Music. Here’s the announcement, straight from the Frankly Music web page:

Exciting news for 2014-15

Over the next few months we’ll be sharing highlights of our 11th season, but some of our most exciting news couldn’t wait.

In 2015, the Lipinski Stradivarius turns 300, and be assured we’ll celebrate as befits such a momentous occasion… that’s all we can say for now. First the really big announcement. This September, Frankly Music moves the first half of its season to the glorious St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Knapp Street in Milwaukee. If you attended the Miro Quartet concert in March, you know It’s an incredible space to experience chamber music, both visually and acoustically. We can’t wait to fill the sanctuary with music. The second half of the season will remain at Schwan Concert Hall.

 Also planned for next season — an evening of Bach Brandenburgs and a celebration of Richard Strauss to commemorate the 150th anniversary of his birth.

Isn’t that great?!?!? For more information on their 2014-15 Season, for ticket information, and for other news about the series, visit the Frankly Music website here. And don’t forget to order tickets for family and friends!!



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