“Winter Dances 2016: Evolve As We Enter” runs Feb. 4-7, and includes a finale that draws upon the Peck School of the Arts Department of Dance’s landmark history teaching and performing African Dance.
Donors have given the UWM Music Library two limited-edition volumes chronicling the rise and fall of Paramount Records, a Wisconsin-based record company that recorded and preserved rare music from 20th century pioneers of blues, jazz and gospel.
The classical guitar program at the Peck School of the Arts is attracting a growing number of students from around the world.
One of only three like it in the country, UWM’s MFA in performing arts: dance, allows dancers who still perform professionally to earn a degree through online work and two summer residencies.
When the Rolling Stones wanted a choir to sing with them during Tuesday’s performance at Summerfest, the legendary rockers found what they needed at UWM. Two dozen members of the school’s elite choral group joined them on stage at the world’s largest music festival.
Macyn Taylor, the subject of publicity in 2011 when she earned her BFA in music at the age of 17, recently received a master of music degree in guitar performance.
Unclear on the Concept is a UWM-centric alternative rock band that has a chance to play at Summerfest this year.
UWM professors of dance and kinesiology are studying the 100-year-old Alexander Technique to learn how increased awareness of psycho-physical habits affect the brain.
Bev Belfer is the driving force behind a beginner’s guitar class at UW-Milwaukee that is open to all military veterans.