UW-Green Bay Music is set to kick off its new concert series in a big way Feb. 7, when it features an accomplished arranger and composer in the inaugural 360° Thursdays event. Prof. Bob Washut, Director of Jazz Studies at the University of Northern Iowa, will discuss his creative process when the program begins; and the talk will be followed by a performance of his music by the UW-Green Bay Jazz Ensemble. The 360° Thursdays event is part of the University’s new branding initiative, 360° of Learning, which encourages learning and experience through multiple perspectives. Each 360° Thursdays event begins at 6:30 p.m. in Fort Howard Hall at the Weidner Center, and each is free and open to the public (though donations are appreciated). For more on the inaugural event, as well as a complete list of this semester’s 360° Thursdays concerts, check out our full news release.
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9 Jan, 2020