Waukesha County's destination for orchestral excellence since 1947

Welcome to our 75th Anniversary Season!

Music is essential to the human experience.  It brings people together, opens our imaginations, and adds beauty to the every day.  This year, the Wisconsin Philharmonic is celebrating 75 extraordinary years of music- and its diamond anniversary.  Join us as we celebrate with vibrant, in-person music and sumptuous events.  We can't wait to see you!

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Your contributions support The Wisconsin Philharmonic, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Tax-deductible donations support our operations, education, and outreach to the community. Complete financial statements are available upon request.

Sponsor

Join an amazing community of supporters who improve the quality of life by bringing unique symphonic experiences to the greater Milwaukee area. Be part of a long-standing community tradition by becoming a corporate sponsor.

Volunteer

The Wisconsin Philharmonic seeks energetic, people friendly, service-oriented volunteers to greet guests at our venues during our concert series.  Volunteers create a welcoming environment, answer general questions, and direct guests as needed.

Work for the Philharmonic

The Wisconsin Philharmonic seeks new Executive Director.

Listen to the Philharmonic:

Tchaikovsky: Theme and Variations from the Third Orchestral Suite, Op. 55

Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Duration: 20:15

Khachaturian: Flute Concerto (Finale) With Mathieu Dufour, Principal Flute, Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Composer: Aram Khachaturian

Duration: 10:13

Prokofiev: "The Death of Tybalt," from Romeo and Juliet

Composer: Sergei Prokofiev

Duration: 4:56

Watch the Philharmonic:

Jacob Beranek Memorial 2018 world premiere

Jean Sibelius: Introduction and Finale from Symphony No.2 in D, Op.43

Special thanks to our Season Partners & Sponsors!

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