Founded 1901

Royal Purple

Founded 1901

Royal Purple

Founded 1901

Royal Purple

Claudia Acosta, senior string bass player, played the song “Una Larme” by Gioachino Rossini while accompanied by Lannette Calhoun who played the piano.

Senior string bass player giving it all one last time

Dauntae Green, Editor April 7, 2024

The University of Whitewater’s Department of Music held a student senior recital that had the student Claudia Acosta, string bass player while accompanied by Lannette Calhoun who played the piano...

 Performers kick their feet in the 2024 Dance Scapes show inside Light Recital Hall in UW-Whitewater’s Greenhill Center of the Arts, March 15, 2024.

When words fail, dance

Liam Delmore, Arts & Rec Journalist March 17, 2024

The old saying “actions speak louder than words,” is easily applicable to the performers of DanceScapes 2024. Whereas most public performers use the art of spoken language to express themselves, artists...

Concerts, plays, dancing and more will be showcased in the Greenhill Center of the Arts and Young Auditorium throughout the spring semester.

Productions fill up spring performance schedule

Josh Stoughton, Arts & Recreation Editor January 21, 2024

With a new semester at UW-Whitewater comes a new season of productions at the Greenhill Center of the Arts and Young Auditorium. This includes concerts, musicals and plays and much more. Here is your season...

UW-Whitewater Flute Ensemble performs holiday songs during intermission at the Gala Holiday Concert put on by the UW-Whitewater Music Department at Young Auditorium Dec 2 2023.

Celebrating the season

Jayden Kimpel, Campus Journalist December 4, 2023

Red bows, festive ties, Santa hats and concert black adorned UW-Whitewater music students as they performed at the 2023 Gala Holiday Concert at Young Auditorium Dec. 2. The lobby was decorated with poinsettias,...

Pictured above is a piece entitled, Momma Bear, by Emma Siskoff.

Crossman Gallery spotlights student artwork

Sydney Wojcik, Arts & Recreation Editor February 6, 2022

The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater’s Greenhill Center of the Arts is currently displaying a Student Juried Exhibition, located inside the Crossman Gallery. The exhibit which runs from Feb. 1 to Feb....

Student recitals worth watching

Student recitals worth watching

Caleb Kahila, Assistant Arts and Rec Editor February 28, 2021

Sometimes music can just be what one needs to lighten up their day. When it comes to college life, it seems that everything can get a little stressful. Whether it’s because of homework or just work in...

College of Arts and Communication Dean Eileen M. Hayes is an ethnomusicologist with expertise in race and gender in the music of U.S. social movements.

The show must go on

Lizzy Rost, Arts & Recreation Editor August 31, 2020

The show will go on for the Greenhill Center of the Arts this fall despite the inability to host in-person experiences. Performers will step out of the spotlight and into people’s homes through online...

Center of the Arts needs a sound check

February 17, 2020

UW-Whitewater is a school that prides itself on providing the most state of the art facilities and resources for their students to work efficiently in preparing for their future careers. This claim is...

View, appreciate campus art

Brenda Echeverria, Arts & Rec Editor February 18, 2019

After being the Arts & Rec Editor at The Royal Purple for almost two years there is one thing I have learned about college students. Most students don’t do anything unless they absolutely have...

Students bring 1997 comedy musical to stage

Students bring 1997 comedy musical to stage

Samantha Lynn, Staff Reporter February 11, 2019

A story about love and reason that brings a comedic musical to life on stage of Princess Leonide who will do anything for love is coming to Whitewater. “Triumph of Love” will open on Feb. 26 at 7:30...

photos courtesy of Michael Flanagan Director of Crossman Gallery

Faculty, staff display creative achievements

Brenda Echeverria, Arts & Rec Editor January 21, 2019

UW-Whitewater faculty and staff will be given the opportunity to reveal scholarly research and other creative achievements in The Crossman Gallery. A reception will be held Jan. 29, from 3 to 4:30 p.m....

Orchestra focuses on music of the world

October 16, 2014

By Hilary Igl   At midnight any day of the week the trill of violins, trumpets, clarinets and many other instruments can be heard when walking by practice rooms in the Center of the Arts. The...

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