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Royal Purple

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Royal Purple

Founded 1901

Royal Purple

: In a performance from Orfeo and Euridice, Orfeo (Sarah Keller) must not look at his wife Euridice (Allison Kolimaga) while retrieving her from the underworld.

Welcome to the Opera!

Ivy Steege, Arts & Rec Editor November 20, 2022

The thought of performing classical music - especially opera - is frightening to most. The range of notes, tempo, and language barriers present in different works can lead to a sense of disconnect. What...

UW-Whitewater music faculty member and saxophonist, Matt Sintchak, welcomes the ‘Jazz Reading Band’ to the stage as everyone starts to settle into their seats, in the Down Under, at the James R. Connor University Center.

Jazz Reading Band on UWW campus

Caryana Dominguez, Photographer October 9, 2022

Professors Mathew Onstad and Chris Ramaekers play trumpet at the Music Mosaics Faculty Showcase Sept. 24 2022.

Music Department faculty showcase talent

Anne Gernetzke, Arts and Recreation Assistant Editor September 25, 2022

UW-Whitewater’s Department of Music faculty started the Music Mosaics season off on a high note with its faculty showcase in the Center of the Arts Light Recital Hall Sept. 24. Audience members were...

Bad Bunny: Trending Latino artist

Bad Bunny: Trending Latino artist

Alyssa Rupiper, Assistant Lifestyle Editor September 18, 2022

The top influencer in Latin music, Bad Bunny, has been awarded three consecutive wins for the most popular Latin Artist by Billboard Music Awards. Over the last six years, he has released eight albums...

Music in the moonlight

Music in the moonlight

John Leahey, Journalist September 11, 2022

On a warm fall evening Thursday, Sept. 8, community members gathered to hear local Wisconsin band “The Dang-Its” perform at Cravath Lakefront Park. Some 30 plus audience members set up lawn chairs...

Mykal Baas, a local musical artist, sings and plays his guitar, in the Down Under.

Live Music with Mykal Baas

Caryana Dominguez, Photographer April 10, 2022

UW-Whitewater’s Dr. Matthew Onstad is seen here performing Noctilucent composed by Angela Elizabeth Slater at the Trumpet Studio Recital in the Light Recital Hall Mar. 18, 2022.

Winds of Change

Katie McIlheran, Photographer March 27, 2022

The UW-W Trumpet Studio performed a collection of 12 new works for trumpet and piano written by marginalized and underrepresented composers in the Light Recital Hall March 18. “Winds of Change” was...

Pictured left to right are violinist Suzanne Beia, pianist Karen Boe, and cellist Karl Lavine after completing their performance.

A triumphant trio

Sydney Wojcik, Arts & Recreation Editor March 6, 2022

UW-Whitewater’s Department of Music presented a concert by lecturer Karen Boe and her friends Suzanne Beia and Karl Lavine at Light Recital Hall on Thursday Mar. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Boe, a pianist and graduate...

John Muller as Buddy Holly performs in his Winter Dance Party recreation of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and The Big Bopper’s final tour. At Young Auditorium Feb. 11th 2022.

Winter dance party turns up the heat

Parker Rezner, Assistant Lifestyle Editor February 13, 2022

Chills were running up and down bodies of audience members last Friday night on Feb. 11, but it had nothing to do with the bitter February air. John Mueller’s “Winter Dance Party” rocked Young Auditorium...

Pictured on the left is pianist MyungHee. Pictured on the right is cellist Benjamin Whitcomb.

Dynamic duo owns the stage

Sydney Wojcik, Arts & Recreation Editor January 30, 2022

Benjamin Whitcomb and MyungHee Chung performed at Light Recital Hall in the Greenhill Center of the Arts at UW-Whitewater Thursday, Jan. 27 at 7:30 p.m. The duo, who don’t perform together frequently,...

Choirs perform after two years without live shows

Choirs perform after two years without live shows

Peyton Rollins, Arts & Recreation Editor October 31, 2021

The Meistersingers and Singing Sirens opened their season with a live performance Sunday, Oct. 24 in the Light Recital Hall. The show included the Meistersingers, Singing Sirens, and the Concert Choir...

Pictured performing at the UW-Whitewater Faculty Concert on the left is guest artist Kevin Chance, piano, and on the right is Cristina Ballatori, flute.

UW-W concert features faculty

Sydney Wojcik, Assistant Editor of Arts and Recreation October 31, 2021

Cristina Ballatori, director of the UW-Whitewater flute choir, performed a concert for the public at Light Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 28, with guest pianist, Kevin Chance. The duo typically perform...

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