Upcoming Events

Mar 29

UWM Spring Opera Production

March 29, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Chamber Music Series

Chamber Music Milwaukee
UWM Department of Music faculty and guest performers annually present four concerts that take a fresh look at familiar works as well as explore rarely performed music in a wide range of instrumental combinations.

Leonard Sorkin Institute of Chamber Music
The Leonard Sorkin Institute of Chamber Music (ICM) offers a concentration in chamber music performance for advanced level graduate students and young professional musicians from all over the world. As part of their degree study, the graduate institute players will offer four public chamber music recitals per term.

Wind Ensemble Chamber Players
UWM Chamber Players is a select group of wind ensemble students who focus on introducing new and rarely-performed compositions to the Milwaukee community.

Yolanda Marculescu Vocal Arts Series
Celebrating more than 30 seasons of intimate aria and art song recitals at UWM, faculty and guest artists gather in the UWM Music Recital Hall for the quintessential Schubertiade experience.

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Classical Guitar Series

The UWM Classical Guitar Student Organization presents an annual series of guest artist recitals performed by internationally-acclaimed guitarists and chamber ensembles.

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MKE Unplugged

Sponsored by, and transmitted live on the airwaves by WMSE 91.7FM, MKE Unplugged is an annual concert series that features intimate, acoustic performances by up-and-coming Milwaukee indie artists, as well as nationally-acclaimed, touring fingerstyle guitarists.

Admission is free and open to the public of all ages. Concerts begin at 7:30PM sharp in the Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts, Rm 250.

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Sensoria: Experiments in Sound and Performance

Led by founder and artistic director, Amanda Schoofs, Sensoria presents transdisciplinary and experimental practices in new music and multimedia performance throughout the academic year. This series of programs intends to further dialogue, collaboration and healthy creative conflict while promoting an expansive understanding of contemporary music. Artists are chosen from a wide pool of critically-acclaimed international, national and local artists that represent both academic and private enterprises. Sensoria has recently featured: Maja Ratkje, Jon Mueller, Ann Yi, Mivos String Quartet, Peter J. Woods, Heather Warren-Crow, Jessica Pavone, Nick Zoulek, and Wild Space Dance Company, among others.

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