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CEREMONIAL ROOM  ·  Zeremoniensaal

OJIBWE BALLROOM, DAVIES CENTER 330

8:30 p.m. – 1 a.m.


8:30 – 9:30 pm

University Symphony Orchestra

Nobuyoshi Yasuda, conductor

The University Symphony Orchestra is a 60-member student ensemble performing the symphonic repertoire of the 18th century to the present. The orchestra presents an on-campus concert each semester, performs annually in a tour to high schools in Wisconsin and Minnesota, and accompanies one fully staged opera or musical play each year.

The Beautiful Blue Danube … Johann Strauss, Jr.
Voices of Spring … Johann Strauss, Jr.
     -Jordyn Beranek, soprano
Waltz of the Flowers, from The Nutcracker … Peter Tchaikovsky
Artist’s Life … Johann Strauss, Jr.
Thunder and Lightning Polka … Johann Strauss, Jr.
Tick-Tack Polka … Johann Strauss, Jr.
Cinderella Waltz … Richard Rodgers
Waltzes from Die Fledermaus … Johann Strauss, Jr.


9:30 – 10:30 pm

Jazz Ensemble I

Robert Baca, conductor

Jazz Ensemble I, recognized as one of the premier jazz ensembles in the United States, has toured throughout the U.S., Europe and the Pacific Rim. Six of their CDs have received a prestigious DownBeat Award and two have been nominated for a Grammy Award. Jazz Ensemble I’s 18th CD release, Jazz in Clear Water — Black, Brown and Beige, marks the first recording of Duke Ellington’s largest work since the Ellington orchestra’s own recording in 1943.

Salute to the Big Bands
Wrappin' It Up … Fletcher Henderson
Taint What Cha Do … Jimmy Lunceford
Clarinet a La King … Benny Goodman
Travelin' Light … Count Basie
Airmail Special … Benny Goodman
Trumpet Boogie … Ray Anthony
Stardust … Hoagy Carmichael
Sway … Luis Demento/Pablo Ruiz
Summertime … Hoagy Carmichael
Sing, Sing, Sing … Benny Goodman

10:30 - 11:30 pm

University Symphony Orchestra

Nobuyoshi Yasuda, conductor

Grand March: The Emperor Waltz begins with a Grand March. David and Karen Goggin, longtime Viennese Ball supporters and proprietors of the Goggin Ballroom Dance studio in Eau Claire, will lead the committee and honored guests on Friday and Saturday. Everyone is invited to join in the procession with the honorary leaders.

Emperor Waltz … Johann Strauss, Jr.
Gold and Silver … Franz Lehar
Waltzes from The Merry Widow … Franz Lehar
Tick-Tack Polka … Johann Strauss, Jr.
Artist’s Life … Johann Strauss, Jr.
Waltzes from Die Fledermaus … Johann Strauss, Jr.
Waltz of the Flowers, from The Nutcracker … Peter Tchaikovsky
Carmen Quadrille … Eduard Strauss
Radetzky March … Johann Strauss, Sr.


11:30 pm – 12:30 am

Jazz Ensemble I

Robert Baca, conductor

Don't Be That Way … Benny Goodman
Cherry Pink … Perez Prado
Come Fly with Me … Jimmy Van Heusen/Sammy Cahn
Stompin At The Savoy … Benny Goodman 
Beer Barrel Polka … Folk Song
Black Coffee … Billie Holiday
A Little Party Never Killed Nobody … Fergie
September … Earth Wind and Fire
Human Nature … Michael Jackson
In The Mood … Glenn Miller


12:30 – 1 am

University Symphony Orchestra

Nobuyoshi Yasuda, conductor

Cinderella Waltz … Richard Rodgers
Waltzes from The Merry Widow … Franz Lehar
Thunder and Lightning Polka … Johann Strauss, Jr.
The Beautiful Blue Danube … Johann Strauss, Jr.
Radetzky March … Johann Strauss, Sr.

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GOLDEN LION FESTIVAL ROOM  ·  Zum Goldenen Löwen Festsaal

DINING AREA, DAVIES CENTER 101

8:45 p.m. – 1 a.m.

             

The Dorf Kapelle

Ernest Broeniman, artistic director 

Capturing the traditional ethnic style of the typical European village band, Dorf Kapelle is featured in the less formal Golden Lion Festival Room (Zum Goldenen Löwen Festsaal). On the first floor of Davies Center. The Dorf Kapelle preformed for the first time in 1988 and has become known for the performances of traditional ethnic music of the German speaking nations. Inducted into the Wisconsin Polka Hall of Fame, this village band from Wausau, Wisconsin is led by Ernest Broeniman, a retired music teacher and recognized authority of European wind music which includes polkas, marches, waltzes and special selection preformed in the ethnic style of its origin.