University Soloists and Ensembles will combine talents on Thursday, April 27 at UW-Sheboygan (UW-S) to celebrate Earth Day with a special musical tribute.
The MUSE Concert (Music of the University Soloists and Ensembles) takes place in the Fine Arts Theatre on the UW-S campus.
The concert includes performances by the Jazz Ensemble, University Chorus and the Vocal Jazz Ensemble. This year's selections will "embrace our human fragility with peace, kindness and mercy toward others," according to Dr. Christy Talbott, Music Director at UW-Sheboygan.
The University Chorus' selections include Simon and Garfunkel's Sounds of Silence, Bridge over Troubled Water, and an exceptional arrangement of Let There be Peace on Earth by Mark Hayes.
The Jazz Ensemble will showcase different jazz styles including Bossa Nova One Note Samba, Big Band Star Dust and Salsa Oye Vomo Va as well as Neal Hefti's Theme from the Odd Couple.
The Vocal Jazz Ensemble will celebrate spring with selections that include Rodgers and Hammerstein's It Might as well be Spring, Irving Berlin's Blue Skies, and more.
Admission: $10 adults; Children and UW-Sheboygan students (with student ID) are free
Tickets available at the door. Box office opens at 6pm.