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Musical Programs


This summer, the Rural Musicians Forum brings another remarkable concert series to the Hillside Theater featuring a broad range of classical and folk musical traditions. For more than 25 years, RMF has brought live music to magical rural spaces in the Wisconsin River Valley, inspiring a love for music and virtuoso musicians in the community. 
Learn more about the Rural Musicians Forum.

Monday, June 12
Willy Street Chamber Players
From pops to pizzicato, this is pitch-perfect beautiful music on the cutting edge — a splendid combination of dash and discipline.
No tickets required. Free will donation requested.

Monday, June 26
Violinist, Julian Rhee 
An amazing young virtuoso with impeccable technique, Rhee’s performance is gracefully fluid and nuanced, dramatic but intimate.
No tickets required. Free will donation requested.

Monday, July 10
Finnegans Wake
Concertina and mountain dulcimer, hurdy-gurdy and jingle bells mix it up in a rousingly rustic and tuneful celebration.
No tickets required. Free will donation requested.

Monday, July 24
Pianist, Adam Dachman
An All-American creator of original work for the common person, composer, pianist, surgeon — Dachman is a unique gift to the community.
No tickets required. Free will donation requested.

Sunday, August 6, and Monday, August 7
Celebrating Wright’s 150th in Word and Music: The Taliesin Community Chorus Presents a World Premiere Composition
Taliesin Preservation and the Rural Musicians Forum present music and spoken word from Frank Lloyd Wright to Bach, Copland, and others — and the world premiere of a new choral composition by Scott Gendel in honor of Wright’s 150th performed by the Taliesin Community Chorus. Book your tickets at the Rural Musicians Forum.

Sundays in June - 2017

The Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society, now in its 26th season of performing chamber music with a bang, will delight audiences as they invite world-class musicians to Taliesin’s Hillside Theater to join them in a three-week summer concert series that puts the element of “play “ back into chamber music. 

Book your tickets at Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society.


Caroline Hamblen
(608) 588-7900, Ext. 230

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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