The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018, and the footbridge will be closed from late May to late August in both 2017 and 2018.More information
UW-Eau Claire will present "The Riff-Off: an a cappella invitational for charity," a concert and fundraiser at 7:30 p.m. April 1 in Schofield Auditorium.
Costume presentation by theatre professor Amanda Profaizer and student Katelyn Sabelko hosted by McIntyre Library
The Wisconsin Technology Council's event, “How music plays into Chippewa Valley growth," highlighted Blugolds, economic growth and the cultural rebirth that is driving downtown development.
ECCO will perform at 7:30 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church, 202 W. Grand Ave., Eau Claire. A reception with refreshments will be held following the performance in the lower level of the church.
Viola players from across the state will descend on the UW-Eau Claire campus to celebrate the unique instrument and play a free concert at 4:30 p.m. in Schofield Auditorium.
Tickets go on sale Feb. 2 for UW-Eau Claire's 43rd annual Viennese Ball, to be held April 7-8 in UW-Eau Claire’s Davies Center.
UW-Eau Claire's annual student-led musical, "Cabaret," returns to the stage on Jan. 19, with a new show and a new approach. "Unboxed" takes the audience on a journey through the life of one main character, Claire, in a show featuring a wide array of songs and dance ensembles, solos and small acts.
A Blugold is one of four teachers in the running for the 2017 National Teacher of the Year Award. Chris Gleason, who earned his degree in music education from UW-Eau Claire in 1997, learned this week that he’s a finalist for the nation’s top teaching honor. The Sun Prairie band director is the first Wisconsin teacher in 50 years to be named a national finalist for the award, considered the most prestigious national honor that focuses on excellence in teaching.
Actress Laila Robins may have made a name for herself on stage and screen in New York City but she’s never forgotten her Midwestern roots. Robins, who graduated from UW-Eau Claire in 1981, has maintained close ties to her alma mater and stays in contact with some of her former professors and mentors. An Eau Claire Leader-Telegram story highlights the highly accomplished actress’ ongoing relationship with UW-Eau Claire, and shares her advice for current students who may be contemplating careers in the arts.
It was the legendary Brett Favre who inspired 70,000+ football fans to travel to Lambeau Field two summers ago to celebrate the quarterback’s induction into the Packers Hall of Fame, but it was a young Blugold who — literally — brought the emotional crowd to its feet early in the ceremony. Maddie Forrest, now a sophomore public relations major at UW-Eau Claire, sang the national anthem at the highly anticipated Hall of Fame event.
Some events just deserve to be chronicled, and Jazz Fest in Eau Claire is one of them. Wisconsin Public Television will broadcast a new special Dec. 19, which will highlight the talents of UW-Eau Claire students and faculty, special guest artists and young performers from across the region and state.
The third annual Gatsby's Gala will take place on Nov. 11 in Davies Center at UW-Eau Claire, and it's a party you don't want to miss! Find out all the glitzy details, and how to buy your tickets now.
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Foundation and department of music and theatre arts will present their 42nd annual Holiday Concert at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4, in the university’s Zorn Arena.
During the Oct. 25 lecture-recital — a culmination of the Blugold quartet’s international research and performance experience — the ensemble will perform Shostakovich’s Quartets No. 1, 8 and 11, and discuss how the works were influenced by the composer’s personal life. The event is free and open to the public.
While Chris Gleason is always glad to hear his middle school band students hit the right musical notes, it’s their curiosity, creativity and joy of learning that make his heart soar as he heads to work each day. The UW-Eau Claire graduate’s passion for teaching, as well as his talent for nurturing and inspiring his students in ways that help them use their gifts to excel in band and in life, has earned him the 2016 Wisconsin Teacher of the Year honor. As the state’s top teacher, he now is in the running for the National Teacher of the Year honors.
Music is a defining element for the city of Eau Claire’s identity. Numerous and diverse music ensembles, concert series, festivals, and venues, including the highly anticipated Confluence Project, are a source of pride and help create a strong sense of community. University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s centennial year provides an appropriate occasion on which to recognize the long and important history of its music program and its contributions to the area.
Two major UW-Eau Claire building projects are included in the UW System 2017-19 capital budget request approved Aug. 18 by the system’s Board of Regents.
Several UW-Eau Claire-related facilities projects will move forward following approval of three requests by the Wisconsin State Building Commission at its Aug. 10 meeting.
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