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perform Mendelssohn's Elijah with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
This week, on March 24-26, Ken-David Masur will lead a highlight of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra's season, Mendelssohn's Elijah, joined by fellow Colbert artists Dashon Burton and Clara Osowski.

This Elijah is a brilliant demonstration of Ken-David Masur's deep experience in conducting orchestra choral repertoire – a specialty he explored in depth from the early days of his career, when as founding Music Director of the Bach Society Orchestra and Chorus at Columbia University, he toured Germany and released a critically acclaimed album of symphonies and cantatas by W.F. Bach, C.P.E. Bach and J.S. Bach. 

The titular Elijah is Dashon Burton, who was hailed as "impassioned, rich-voiced" for performances of Michael Tilson Thomas with the New York Philharmonic earlier this March. Burton will continue to collaborate with Ken-David Masur and the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra next sure to stay tuned for more details soon!

Next week, Clara Osowski will follow these performances with a recital and teaching residency at Simpson College and the Mozart's Requiem with the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra.   Later this spring, she sings the Beethoven Symphony No. 9 with the Delaware Symphony Orchestra, the Magnificats of J.S. & C.P.E. Bach with the Bach Society of Minnesota, and Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde arr. Schoenberg with Salastina.
Ken-David Masur on Handel's Messiah.
A video introduction to Dashon Burton
Clara Osowski performing at the 2017 Handel Aria Competition.
For booking inquiries, please contact Lee Prinz, Martha Bonta, Amy Carson-Dwyer, or Michelle Zarco.
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