The UW-Whitewater Music Faculty and Staff have joined forces to bring the campus, community and alumni "Music Mosaics." This series benefits the Music Department's Scholarship Fund, which allows the department to recognize students for their musical talents and academic excellence. There is a wide variety of events to chose from each one featuring the many talents of the Music Department's faculty and staff.
Season Ticket Prices:
General Admission $28, Over 65, $24 and UW-W Students w/ID & Under 18 $12
Single Ticket Prices:
General Admission $7, Over 65, $6 and UW-W Students w/ID & Under 18 $3
All events are in the Light Recital Hall
2012-13 Music Mosaics Season
Myung Hee Chung
September 18, 2012 - 7:30 pm - Light Recital Hall
Myung Hee Chung's always-popular opening recital has as its centerpiece Franz Schubert's great Piano Sonata in A Major D. 959; one of the three sonatas he composed in the last few months of his very short life. This work, rich in references to Beethoven and Schubert’s own piano works is truly one of Schubert’s mature masterpieces
Brian Leeper, Julie Cross, Brygida Bziukiewicz-Kulig and Friends
April 7, 2012 - 7:30 pm - Light Recital Hall
**This event has been rescheduled from its original date of October 2. Patrons with tickets will be given new tickets and if they are unable to attend credit will be given towards a future Music Mosaics, Guest Artist or Faculty concert.**
UW-Whitewater vocal faculty Brian Leeper, Julie Cross, Brygida Bziukiewicz-Kulig and friends lay out a banquet of opera...in small bites! This program brings together arias, duets and small ensembles from operetta, opera and musical theatre.
Jazz and Beyond
November 8, 2012 - 7:30 pm - Light Recital Hall
The UW-Whitewater Faculty Jazz Combo (Brad Townsend, bass; Mike Dugan, trombone; Matt Sintchak, saxophone) will be joined by two stellar musiciansfrom Madison: Michael Brenneis on drums and Mark Siegenthaler on piano. This performance will blur the lines between traditional jazz and contemporary improvisation featuring original tunes written by members of the group
Whitewater Piano Trio
Leanne League, violin; Benjamin Whitcomb, cello; and Myung Hee Chung, piano
February 12, 2013 - 7:30 pm - Light Recital Hall
The Whitewater PianoTrio (Leanne League, Benjamin Whitcomb, and Myung Hee Chung) play a program of two deeply contrasting styles, beginning with Tchaikovsky’s Piano Trio—an emotional tribute to late friend Nicholas Rubin- stein. The program with a set of pieces by Piazzolla—seductive works in nuevo tango style.
Flute and Strings
Robin Fellows, flute; Christian Ellenwood, clarinet; Leanne League, violin; Christopher Dozoryst, viola; and Benjamin Whitcomb, cello
March 12, 2013 - 7:30 pm - Light Recital Hall
The flute (Robin Fellows) is the constant in this program, in combination with a constantly changing group of strings: violin (Leanne League), viola (Chris Dozyrst), cello (Benjamin Whitcomb), and piano (Myung Hee Chung). The bookends of the program are a pair of classical-era works: Hummel’s compact Trio, Op.78 and Pleyel’s more substantial Quartet Op. 56. In the center is Martinu’s Trio for Flute, Violin, and Piano, a neoclassical work from 1937.
Whitewater Brass Quintet
Frank Hanson and Jeffrey Wohlbach, trumpets; Linda Kimball, horn; Michael Dugan, trombone; and John Tuinstra, tuba
April 30, 2013 - 7:30 pm - Light Recital Hall
As we look towards wedding season, that old advice to brides as to what to wear is also the perfect description of this varied program by the Whitewater Brass Quintet: works in classical and modern styles, a transcription of a work “bor- rowed” by the brass quintet...and something a little jazzy to wrap it up! The quintet is: trumpets Frank Hanson and Jeffrey Wohlbach, horn Linda Kimball, trombone Mike Dugan, and tuba John Tuinstra.