UW-Platteville offers multiple festival and camp opportunities throughout the year. Here you will find more information on these events and the unique qualities they offer.

UW-Platteville Jazz Festival

An event open to middle and high school jazz ensembles, the UW-Platteville Jazz Festival offers large and small groups the chance to perform in competitive or non-competitive categories on the Center for the Arts stage. The festival features instrument-specific master classes, improvisation workshops, one-hour clinics for each ensemble with a UW-Platteville jazz faculty member, and an opportunity to play in a jazz jam session.

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Tri-State Honors Band Festival

Attend clinics, rehearsals and concerts with UW-Platteville music faculty and prominent clinicians from the world of concert band.

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High School Choral Festival

Each October, University of Wisconsin-Platteville hosts the High School Choral Festival. Hundreds of high school choristers from the Tri-State area convene for a day of rehearsal and performance with each of UW-Platteville's single-gender choirs, Coro D'Angeli, and Singing Pioneers. Emphasis is placed on fostering camaraderie as well as a lifelong love of the choral arts. Concurrent with rehearsals and break-out activities for students, sponsoring teachers also benefit from continuing education interest sessions and workshops. The festival culminates with a performance in the evening, wherein each combined gender choir of high schoolers and college students is showcased alongside the three UW-Platteville mixed choirs.

Summer Band Camp

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville is excited to present the 52nd annual Pioneer Summer Band Camp. Led by conductors Matthew Gregg and Patty Schlafer, students will spend the week diving into new music, working with professional musicians, and meeting new friends. This is an excellent opportunity for students to work with other gifted young musicians from across the tri-state area. We hope to see you there!

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