Once Don Draper and his fellow “Mad Men” – sideburns a-blazing – planted themselves firmly in the psychedelic era, it seemed appropriate that Late Beatles and Live Hendrix would dominate the show’s soundtrack this season. But we can still revel in the early-’60s mise-en-acoustique of earlier episodes. That’s what the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra has in mind with the “Music of Mad Men.” Guest conductor Steven Reineke will include a suite of David Carbonara’s music – bongos, vibraphones and all. The real treat will be the pop hits that made the show swing. Maybe even “Zou Bisou Bisou.”
Music of Mad Men (June 7-9). Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. Uihlein Hall. Marcus Center for the Performing Arts. 929 N. Water St., 414-291-7605, mso.org.