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What Young Arts Month Means To Us

This month, many young artists statewide are celebrating their skills, talents, and passions through many performances and events. Art isn’t just painting or drawing. Art is also music, poetry, dance, drama, architecture, and more. Many young artists, including ourselves, have expressed their emotions through our art.  As young artists in Madison, we enjoy learning about different types of music, working with other musicians, giving outreach performances around the community, participating in the Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra, and playing in chamber music ensembles. Art is a way of communication; it allows the performer to convey their emotions, ideas, and interpretations to their audience. In what you perceive through art, you find your preferences and who you are, especially since you are the artist and creator. We’ve learned so much by being artists, and we urge that you experience and learn about the creativity and hard work that artist put into their craftsmanship. That said, here are some Youth Arts performances and events that you can attend to celebrate youth arts month:

  • Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra with Madison Opera: March 13, 2020, at 7 pm – Hamel Music Center
  • The Children’s Theatre of Madison performs Peter Pan: March 14-22, 2020 – Capitol Theatre and Overture Hall
  • Blake Pouliot Plays Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with the Madison Symphony: March 6-8, 2020 – Overture Hall
  • Madison Ballet performs Mendelssohn’s Midsummer Night’s Dream: April 11-12, 2020, Capitol Theatre
  • Broadway at Overture presents Wicked: March 11-29, 2020, Overture Hall
  • Dansu Dance company presents Falling: March 7, 2020, Promenade Hall

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