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Milwaukee, WI: New MSO Venue to Be Called the Bradley Symphony Center

Posted on Thursday, February 13th, 2020 and updated on Wednesday, May 20th, 2020 5:58 PM


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The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra has been renovating the former Grand Cinemas in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to suit its expanding needs, and has recently announced that the restored building will be called the Bradley Symphony Center. The name honors Harry and Peg Bradley, whose family has been MSO supporters for decades. The Bradleys' children and grandchildren have also made significant donations.

Originally opened in 1931 as the single-screen Warner Theatre, the theater last showed movies in 1995. The renovated MSO building will include an expanded theater and backstage areas, space for administrative offices, catering areas, multipurpose studios, a music library, and community spaces.

The MSO plans to have the new venue ready for the opening of the 2020-2021 season beginning this fall.

David Uihlein, grandchild of the Bradleys, told OnMilwaukee,

"My grandparents believed deeply in the importance of a robust civil society and the critical role cultural institutions like the MSO have in building vibrant communities. As generations pass from one to the next, we must continue to nurture these institutions as they connect us to the past and inspire us to imagine the future."

Due to the spread of COVID-19, all events for the MSO are canceled for the 2019-2020 season. Patrons are asked to consider exchanging their tickets to canceled performances for gift certificates, valid for the next five years, and can use those certificates towards a subscription to the 2020-2021 season. They can also donate the ticket back to the orchestra.

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