Wingra Woodwind Quintet to perform Sept. 30
PLATTEVILLE, Wis. —The Center for the Arts at the University of Wisconsin- Platteville will present the Wingra Woodwind Quintet on Sept. 30 at 2 p.m. in the Nohr Gallery in Ullsvik Hall.
Since its formation in 1965, the Wingra Woodwind Quintet has established a tradition of artistic and teaching excellence. The quintet is one of the three ensemble-in-residence groups at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Music. The ensemble has been featured in performances at numerous national conferences. In addition to its statewide touring, the quintet has been invited to perform at college campuses all across the United States.
Wingra’s faculty artists include Stephanie Jutt, flute; Marc Fink, oboe; Linda Bartley, clarinet; Marc Vallon, bassoon; and Linda Kimball, horn. All of the musicians bring with them extensive musical backgrounds and experiences. Many of the members perform with local prominent musical groups such as the Madison Symphony Orchestra and the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra.
A New York Times critic reviewing the ensemble’s Carnegie Hall concert stated, “The performances were consistently sophisticated, sensitive and thoroughly vital.”
Tickets for this event are $5 for general admission, $4 for faculty and senior citizens, $3 for children under 18 and $2 for UW-Platteville students with a current ID.
Tickets are available through the University Box Office located in the lower level of Ullsvik Hall. Phone orders can be made by calling (608) 342-1298 or toll free at 1-877-727-1CFA. Tickets are also available online at www.tickets.uwplatt.edu.
The next event in the series is “The Taming of the Shrew” on Oct. 25 at 7:30 p.m. For more information on the Performing Arts Series and other performances visit www.uwplatt.edu/arts/cfa.
Contacts: Michael J. Breitner, Arts Facilities and Series Director, Center for the Arts, (608) 342-2787, firstname.lastname@example.org, Beth Ballweg, Box Office Manager, Center for the Arts, (608) 342-1298, email@example.com
Formatted by: Nicole Smith, UW-Platteville University Information and Communications, (608) 342-1194, firstname.lastname@example.org