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Smetana Trio

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Gantner Concert Hall of Haas Fine Arts Center  ·  7:30 p.m.


Founded in 1934, the Smetana Trio is today recognized as the premier piano trio in its native Czech Republic. Current members Jitka Cechova (piano), Jiri Vodicka (violin) and Jan Palenícek (cello) have perpetuated the interpretational ideals of their predecessors as well as other superlative 20th-century soloists active in chamber music. The program includes works by Czech composers Bedrich Smetana, Antonin Dvorak and Roman Haas.

Lakota Sioux Indian Dance Theatre

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Ojibwe Ballroom of Davies Center  ·  7:30 p.m.


Lakota Sioux Indian Dance Theatre was founded at the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota with the support of traditional Lakota Indian educators, healers, community leaders, championship pow-wow dancers, singers and storytellers. The company will perform Cokata Upo! Come to the Center, a three-part work that celebrates the culture of the Lakota people. Traditional, sacred and courting songs, narratives and creation stories are woven into the fabric of the performance.

Cirque Zuma Zuma

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Zorn Arena  ·  7:30 p.m.


Cirque Zuma Zuma is a dazzling ensemble of African dancers, acrobats, contortionists, jugglers and more that is often described as an African-style Cirque du Soleil. A 2011 finalist on NBC’s popular program, America’s Got Talent, the company wows audiences with a full-length show filled with non-stop action, music and performances of all different types of African variety arts.

Dalí Quartet

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Gantner Concert Hall of Haas Fine Arts Center  ·  7:30 p.m.


Dalí Quartet is today’s freshest voice in classical and Latin-American music. Anchored in both Venezuela’s social and music education movement El Sistema and in American classical conservatory traditions, the young quartet combines the best of both worlds. Its performances of traditional string quartet and Latin-American repertoire create a concert experience that takes listeners on an eclectic journey of rhythm and sound.

To Kill a Mockingbird

Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Schofield Auditorium  ·  7:30 p.m.



America’s longest running touring company, the National Players will stage an adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel for the first time in its 65-year history. In 1935, a tired old Alabama town confronts difference and justice through the eyes of a young girl named Scout. In the heroism of her father, the struggles of her friends and neighbors and the threat of a boogeyman, Scout experiences the joys of childhood and the pains of growing up.



All seats are general admission

Tickets available at the Service Center and at the door

> Visit the Service Center in Davies Center’s east lobby

> Call 715-836-INFO [4636] or 800-949-UWEC [8932]


$17  General Public
$15  UW System Faculty/Staff • Age 62 & Over
$  7  UW System Student • Age 17 & Under
Student tickets are $3.50 until the day of the show