Description: Children’s book author Andy Robbins has been an unhappy bachelor since his divorce from wife and collaborator, Ellen, 8 months earlier. Then, all in one incredible day: Ellen re-enters his life with an interesting and complicated surprise; his literary agent arrives with a TV contract needing both Andy’s and Ellen’s approval; and a beautiful lawyer with eyes for Andy enters the picture. To further complicate matters, an unexpected family member makes an appearance!
Description: Winter from Four Seasons by Vivaldi Beethoven Symphony no. 1 Bach Orchestral Suite 1 with the Northeast Wisconsin Dance Organization (NEWDO) Voices of Spring Waltz by Johann Strauss II
Description: This innovative ensemble consisting of UWGB music faculty and friends performs “miniature morsels of music” that either consist of 100 or fewer or last one minute or less. The eclectic repertoire for this concert will be drawn from pieces submitted to our yearly international call for scores.
Description: In preparation for their appearance with the Gangneung Philharmonic Orchestra during the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, duo-pianists Sylvia Hong and Michael Rector present works by Poulenc, Ravel and Mozart.
Description: Percussionist Bill Sallak will perform solo and chamber music featuring the marimba, from Bach to the present day. Works by Bach, Osvaldo Golijov, Minoru Miki, and Dan Moore, as well as traditional music from northern Ghana and Burkina Faso.
Description: Classically progressive! This polished, Grammy-nominated quintet features four woodwinds — flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon — and that most sublime of brass instruments, a French horn. Newly appointed as Ensemble in Residence at the University of Chicago, Imani is known for exuberant musicianship, artistic risk-taking and a rising national profile. Their name means “faith” in Swahili, reflecting African-American and Latin American roots.
Description: Inspired by a concept popularized by Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett, saxophonist John Salerno and soprano Courtney Sherman will host an evening of duets with an array of duet partners. The program will feature I Never Saw Another Butterfly, a dramatic composition by Lori Laitman.
Description: Almost a decade ago Cory Trepanier artist and filmmaker began his Into The Arctic project with the unique artistic goal of creating the most unprecedented collection of original oil paintings of our time from the Canadian Arctic. To accomplish this, Cory undertook 3 extensive Arctic painting/filming expeditions, painting many landscapes that have never been captured on canvas before. Visitors will be seized by the stark beauty of this majestic land through Cory’s passionate brushstrokes.
Description: Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem, a work for four soloists, double choir and orchestra. This is a collaboration concert with the UW-Green Bay Music Department that will feature approximately 200 singers including students from UW-Green Bay and St. Norbert College, members of the Green Bay Choral Artists and Dudley Birder Chorale and others from the community.
Description: Egotistical, wealthy, junkdealer, Harry Brock, has come to Wash - ington to make a crooked deal with government bigwigs. With him is ex-chorus girl Billie, whose lack of refinement embarrasses Harry. To teach Billie the finer social graces, Harry hires magazine reporter, Paul Verrall. Paul has been investigat - ing political skullduggery, but takes the job. Under his tutelage, Billie quickly begins to learn about history, politics and consequently “gets wise” to what Harry is really all about! But now she must choose between giving up Harry and her life of luxury, or follow her heart – with Paul.