Set aside some time and explore music with us! Over the past decade wcfsymphony has been a hub for experimentation with multimedia in live performance, and the pandemic only heightened our commitment to digital creativity.
This area of our site offers you three free, on-demand ways to explore our media-rich work:
Live from the Archive is a digital series which remixes our past performances into new, insightful programs on a variety of themes.
Music Makes Me is wcfsymphony's virtual music education series for elementary school students and curious listeners of all ages.
The Musician Beat is our pandemic-era interview series with wcfsymphony musicians at home, in studio, and at performance spaces.
Executive Director Rich Frevert goes backstage to uncover the ins and outs of production, community engagement, fundraising, and other elements of orchestral music.
To The New World tells the story of Antonín Dvořák’s journey to America and his experience living in Iowa as told by visual artist Gary Kelley.
Celebrating Beethoven marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven through a unique look at the Viennese tradition of serenade-style music.
A family-friendly exploration of baroque and seasonal brass music in a creative virtual presentation highlighting the glorious acoustics of the Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center.
Join Jason Weinberger and the wcfsymphony woodwinds on a tour of music from around the world and across history in this free stream from the Gallagher-Bluedorn stage.