Greg Hettmansberger

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Greg Hettmansberger is a contributor with Madison Magazine, mainly writing pieces on classical music and opera. Watch out for his monthly blog pieces.


Opera for the Young makes a timeless art approachable

Group allows kids to embrace the classics, too

Landing ‘Charlie Parker’s Yardbird’ a major coup for Madison Opera

Jazz great's tragic life remarkably staged

February brings a new opera and young classical music stars

Six stellar events set for this month

“Jersey Boys” delivers the hits

Irresistible energy marks the return of this show

Five music picks to start your new year off right

From Broadway to Bruckner, check these out.

5 classical holiday performances that celebrate the season

'Tis the season to soak up holiday music.

4 opera and classical music picks for November

Concerts light up Madison this month

Madison Opera keeps its audience in mind

Check out the season's line-up

2016 Fall Arts Preview: Classical music

Madison's classical music season has tons to offer

Still summertime and the listenin’ is easy

There are still numerous attractions this summer

Andrew Sewell conducts the sounds of summer

The Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra's 33rd summer...

‘Out of the Shadows’ puts Jewish artists in the spotlight

A sauerkraut recipe with a symphony of flavors

The Madison maestra offers up her authentic...

No luck of the Irish needed in the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra’s latest concert

Experience music-making up close and personal

Farley's House of Pianos attracts great artists...

April showers: a classical deluge is forecast for this month

February welcomes musical guests to Madison

Guest artists and another showcase promise...

Madison Symphony Christmas never a ‘Ho-Ho-Hum’ affair

The unexpected balm of ‘La Boheme’

Madison Opera again shows off its best qualities, and the timing could not be better

WCO opens with “three Bs”: Buoyant, Brilliant, Beautiful

‘I went to clean out the garage—and an opera broke out’

2015 Fall Arts Preview: Classical

Expert picks on the best of what the fall...