Music Mondays in the Great Room
Join us in-person, Mondays at 6:30 p.m. in the Great Room for private concerts by some of Milwaukee’s most talented artists!
11/22 – Ally & Matty
Ally Hart & Matty Jay are just like that box of chocolates that Forrest Gump loved – you never know what you’re gonna get. Oldies, newbies, multi-genres and even some original songs.
11/29 – Dan Kolesari
Dan Kolesari, a rootsy, gospel-tinged singer-songwriter from Brookfield, plays instrumental songs and sings recognizing covers incorporating his classical, blues and 70’s inspired originals.
12/6 – Christmas Carolers
Dicken’s Christmas Carolers have become a holiday tradition, bringing out the true spirit of music with the sounds of your favorite carols from traditional to contemporary songs: White Christmas , Jingle Bells and O’Christmas Tree.
12/13 – Cello Duets
Current and former House managers Aaron and Thea will be playing some of your holiday favorites. Aaron has been playing cello for 16 years and recently graduated with a performance degree from University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Thea has a cello studio in Wauwatosa, plays with multiple bands in the area and is often recording in the studio.
12/20 – Tobias Cainion
Tobias Cainion is an American saxophonist based in Milwaukee, WI. His smooth and contemporary sound is rooted in jazz, R&B, hip hop and gospel. Tobias is one of Milwaukee’s most hired musicians and performs regularly at music festivals, jazz venues, private events playing saxophone with tracks for a full band sound. Join Tobias for a special holiday program.
12/27 – Joe Richter & Dave Adler
Joe Richter sings from the heart, emotes his truth with sweet melodies and telegraphs – no pretensions in his approach to the microphone. He loves the songcraft of his musical idol Billy Joel as well as Ryan Adams. Joe will be joined by Dave Adler on keys, who is no novice in the music scene, playing with such legends as Clyde Stubblefield. He also holds the title of author, composer and music director, even composing music for commercials and film.