Cancelled – The Wisconsin Philharmonic String Quartet Salon Series – Rescheduled August 7

NEW DATE – Rescheduled

“Old World, New World”.

Concert to feature the Haydn Emperor quartet, which was composed in the late 18th century, at the height of Hungarian empire, and the Dvorak American, which was written during his sojourn in Iowa in the late 19th century (around 190 miles from Waukesha, by the way).

The roster will be Tim Kamps (violin 1), Wes Luke (violin 2), Neil Gopal (viola), and Zach Preucil (cello).


Adult: $30
Senior (60+)/Military: $27
Subscriber/Group (10+): $24
Under 18: $21

Tickets are non-refundable.

Concessions and Bar

You may bring snacks and beverages that you purchase from our bar into the theatre to enjoy during the show. Water, soda, beer, wine, snacks, both sweet and savory are available.


The Margaret Brate Bryant Civic Theatre building is fully accessible, and WCT is proud to offer a number of services to our patrons who have special needs. Please contact our Box Office for more information about listening devices, transfer seats, wheelchair positions, Sensory Friendly performances, and Sensory Kits.

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