Multi-Grammy nominees, the Spektral Quartet actively pursues a vivid conversation between exhilarating works of the traditional repertoire and those written this decade, this year, or this week. Free tickets for students.
The Variety Show (V-Show) is an annually occurring and highly anticipated event hosted by the UW–Madison Filipinix American Student Organization (FASO), in which we aim to educate, enlighten, and engage individuals of all backgrounds on the vast aspects of Filipino culture.
This evening showcase will include performances by First Wave 14th Cohort Ensemble, 12th Cohort member Dawry Ruiz’s Speakeasy, and the JVN Project’s Fashion Show. Featuring special performances by musical trio Klassik, B~Free, and Quinten Farr. This event is free to attend. Registration is required due to capacity restrictions.
Free concert presented by WUD Music Committee.
This evening showcase will include performances by First Wave 14th Cohort Ensemble, First Wave Touring Ensemble, and conclude with a debut staging of summer, somewhere by First Wave alum Danez Smith, featuring a small ensemble of First Wave scholars directed by Professor Chris Walker. This event is free to attend. Registration is required due to capacity restrictions.
UW-Madison Tandem Press and the UW-Madison Mead Witter School of Music’s Jazz Studies Program are pleased to present the Tandem Press Friday Jazz Series. Featuring the Contemporary Jazz Ensemble (directed by Johannes Wallmann) and the Jazz Standards Ensemble (directed Peter Dominguez).
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain knows how to have a good time. Since their creation in 1985, the group has been strumming, singing and laughing their way to international success. During their performances, no genre of music is off limits as they remix well-known songs on their “bonsai guitars” and show audiences that music does not have to take itself so seriously.
Over the past 99 years, the Wisconsin Union Theater has brought world-class performers, musicians, and artists to the stage at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Renowned twentieth century music icons have graced the stage, and this …
The UW–Madison means something different to every graduate who walks off its campus. For some, it may simply mean you’ve received an education. For others, your most valuable takeaway may be the friends you’ve made …
Surrounded by old opera production posters, a couple of students, and a baby grand piano, David Ronis, the director of University Opera, beams as he takes a seat to discuss the upcoming production of Into the …