Overview

Arendt Family – Lakeshore Wind Ensemble Association
Talentship Application
 

History

Established in March of 1988 through the University of Wisconsin Manitowoc Foundation, Inc. and the Lakeshore Wind Ensemble Association, these cash awards are meant to recognize excellence in music performance on the part of individual students at the University of Wisconsin Manitowoc.
 

Qualifications

In order to be eligible for these awards, an individual must be a full time registered student at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus. The student must be a "for-credit" member of the Lakeshore Wind Ensemble.  The student must maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.5 in order to qualify for this award. One's academic major is not a criterion for the award.
 
All standard band instruments from the brass, woodwind, and percussion families are included as audition vehicles.  Special consideration may also be given to keyboard and string bass (contact the Conductor of the LWE for further information).  Students may audition on multiple instruments to demonstrate depth of musical preparation.
 
Recipients will be notified by mid-September, and will be announced in October at the first Lakeshore Wind Ensemble concert.  The recipients will also be recognized during the annual University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus Spring Awards Ceremony in May, at which time the talentship checks will be presented. The award will be forfeited if the recipient does not play for the five Lakeshore Wind Ensemble concerts of the current season or does not attend the Awards Ceremony.
 

Auditions

Candidates must audition before the Conductor of the Lakeshore Wind Ensemble after an application has been submitted.  Contact the Conductor of the LWE to schedule an audition.
 
Candidates must prepare solo (no accompanist) of their choice.  Selected sight-reading will also be included in the audition.  Contact the Conductor of the LWE for further information.
 

The Decision of the Conductor is Final

 

For Further Information Contact:

Dr. Marc Sackman
University of Wisconsin Maanitowoc
705 Viebahn Street
Manitowoc, WI 54220
Marc.sackman@uwc.edu