“After two long years away, the beloved Madison institution Concerts on the Square returns to the Capitol Square this summer,” writes Lindsay Christians in Tuesday’s (3/15) Cap Times (Madison, WI). “Weekly Wednesday night performances begin June 29…. [Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra Music Director] Andrew Sewell will follow that with a patriotic night, a world premiere from the WCO’s artist in residence Bill Banfield, a collaboration with Ho-Chunk singers and a performance of Rachmaninov’s virtuosic Piano Concerto No. 3, concluding Aug. 3 with bassist Xavier Foley. ‘We want this to feel like people are coming home,’ said Joe Loehnis, CEO of the orchestra. That means … food vendors and a section of reserve-able tables with catering.… The Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra produces the event with … players from both Wisconsin and surrounding states. Concerts are free…. In 2020, Loehnis and his team held Concerts on the Square … with spaced-out musicians in Breese Stevens Field playing to a remote audience in cars across town…. 2021 moved the musicians and audience together at Breese…. This year, Loehnis said they intend to bring back the video screen they had at Breese, … ‘so 50,000 people at the Square can get closer to the music.’ ”