Music Lecturer Karen Boe has been practicing the piano since she was five years old. In addition to the Continue…
Typical band instruments, including full brass, woodwind and percussion sections, complement this year’s Concert Band, with a total of 57 students enrolled.
This week, music students will celebrate the culminations of their undergraduate careers.
Students will have the opportunity to paint their own designs on glass in an upcoming margarita glass workshop in the University Center.
It’s not often UW-Whitewater hosts a guitar concert, but thanks to Adjunct Instructor George Lindquist, students and staff will have the opportunity to attend a performance put on by a seasoned guitarist.
Every year the Theatre/Dance Department puts together DanceScapes, a dance concert allowing students and faculty members to showcase performances they’ve been working on throughout the entire academic year.
The story of “The Blues Brothers,” originally a 1980 musical comedy film directed by John Landis starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd, is coming to UW-Whitewater.
In February 2013, the Symphonic Wind Ensemble plans to travel to New York City to play in Carnegie Hall.
SONICT, a campus group that focuses on contemporary and new music, is hosting two guest artists this week.
Senior Riley Roberson will perform a solo concert featuring the trombone in an upcoming student recital, which will take place at 3 p.m. Feb. 12 in the Light Recital Hall.