The sign outside the Overture Center read, "come as you are," which is precisely what many did for last Saturday's free morning symphony concert. Much of the audience trailed in from the Dane County Farmers' Market in Capitol Square.
The performance was one of a series of concerts showcasing Overture Hall's concert organ. It was also part of the Madison Symphony's "Heartstrings" program, which focuses on bringing classical music to people who might otherwise not be able to experience it.
The Symphony's Rhapsodie String Quartet and organist Samuel Hutchison performed pieces by W.A. Mozart, Camille Saint Sa�