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Our emerging undergraduate artists will premiere 15 new works revealing hidden truths and histories in a quest to discover and activate human potential. Join us in celebrating this milestone in our students' academic and artistic careers.
UWM Symphony Orchestra Concert will feature Professor Kevin Hartman, as the trumpet soloist for Neruda Trumpet Concerto. The year 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
The Blue Lantern is the product of a semester long collaboration between director and visiting Fulbright scholar Tanya Weinstein and her ten student actors.
Science and the arts meet in an informative and entertaining journey through time and space with a performance from The UWM Collegium Musicum
Join the Musical Theater class of 2021 in an evening of songs mostly written by Richard Rodgers.
Hear songs from The King and I, The Sound of Music, Oklahoma, South Pacific, as well as other Rodgers favorites.
End of semester UWM jazz ensemble concert featuring the UWM Jazz ensemble and the Youth Jazz Ensemble.
Winterdances celebrates community engagement, social justice, and the virtues of bodies resurfacing/ reshaping the space through the whimsical usage of technology. New creative explorations presented by UWM Dance faculty Daniel Burkholder, Simone Ferro, Maria Gillespie, and featuring hip-hop fusion artist & 2014 Rockefeller Fellow, D. Sabela Grimes.
This two day Woody Herman Jazz Festival will be featuring the UW-Milwaukee Jazz ensemble and the Milwaukee Jazz Orchestra with master classes and clinics for middle and high school jazz ensembles.
UWM Symphony Orchestra will perform "The Concerto Competition Winners' Concert". The featured soloists will be the winner(s) of the annual UWM concerto competition.
Texas-based Kithara Duo (featuring composer Olga Amelkina-Vera and Fernand Vera) will be hosting their first performance at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Japanese classical guitarist, Shin-ichi Fukuda will host first performance at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
The student organization, Horn Club, will be hosting masterclasses and workshops with Associate Professor of Horn, Greg Flint. There will also be the opportunity to play in a large horn choir and perform a concert at the end of the event.
Peck School faculty and graduate studio doors open, inviting the community in to watch live art in the making. Experience four hours of art exhibitions & film screenings; live performances; demonstrations and hands-on activities for all ages.
Science and the arts meet in this collaborative event for an informative and entertaining journey through time and space.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee presents classical guitar studio recital solo performances.
Montenegrin classical guitarist Rados Malidzan will be having their first concert at University Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee classical guitar studio chamber of music recital will be featuring duos, trios, ensembles, guitar and other instruments.
UWM Symphony Orchestra's season finale concert will have music by American Composers. Joan Tower's Made in America, John Adam's Short Ride in a fast machine, and Copland's Lincoln Portrait, will be the highlight of the concert.
End of the semester jazz concert featuring the youth jazz ensemble and the UW-Milwaukee jazz ensemble.
Every year we welcome a wonderfully eclectic and talented group of nationally and internationally recognized dancers and choreographers from around the world to Milwaukee to participate in our graduate Dance MFA program. Presenting Dancemakers.