Tag: 6:30 Concert

UW-Green Bay’s 6:30 Concert Series begins with ‘Lydia Frumkin, piano’

GREEN BAY – The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s 6:30 Concert Series opens its season with, “Lydia Frumkin, piano” on Wednesday, Sept 19, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the Weidner Center’s Fort Howard Hall. Her performance will feature the piano music of Franz Schubert. The concert is free and open to the public. Pianist Lydia Frumkin […]

Gypsy Trip live recording a ‘great time’

On Thursday, April 26, Gypsy Trip completed UW-Green Bay Music’s 2017-2018 6:30 Concert Series season with a live recording in front of a nearly full house at the Weidner Center. Band members were thrilled with the outcome and said they had a great time and were able to get good-quality audio for their second album. “The crowd […]

6:30 Concerts get boost from ‘Doctors in Recital’

Doctors in Recital (who perform a benefit concert at the Weidner Center each year) has raised more than $425,000 to support area programs to improve the health, wellness and quality of life in Brown County. Through an application process each year, the Doctors in Recital board chooses a community partner to receive 80% of the […]

Next 6:30 Concert, Percussion: Classical to Contemporary, Thursday, March 29

UW-Green Bay Music’s 6:30 Concert Series continues with “Percussion: Classical to Contemporary” on Thursday, March 29, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in Fort Howard Hall at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. The event is free and open to the public. Percussionist Bill Sallak will perform a recital that focuses on music for the marimba, […]

Reminder: a very small consortium is Friday

The 6:30 concert series continues with “a very small consortium” on Friday, Feb. 23. This innovative ensemble consisting of UW-Green Bay music faculty and friends performs “miniature morsels of music” that either consist of 100 notes or fewer, lasting one minute or less. The eclectic repertoire for this concert will be drawn from pieces submitted […]

Warren Gerds has preview of 6:30 Series — piano duo, Monday, Feb. 5

“We think of the Olympics in a sports context, naturally. But the games also have a cultural significance for the host country. It’s the idea that the event is an all-encompassing showcase,” writes Warren Gerds, Critic at Large. “UW-Green Bay Music will be part of that special luster in the coming Winter Olympics. A piano […]