A Deeply Human Experience
Music transcends barriers.
Music brings us together—it makes us happy, sad or nostalgic. It comforts and inspires us, enhancing the human condition. Whether you want music to be your career or your creative outlet, we can help you develop the skills to make music an integral part of your life.
Support is crucial to reach your highest potential.
To us, you're much more than a student in a seat! Whether you begin your career at our Green Bay, Manitowoc, Marinette or Sheybogan campus, you'll get:
- Personalized attention from experienced professors
- Enjoy access to ample opportunities performing with nationally-recognized talent
- Collaborate with others on the stage of our renowned Weidner Center for the Performing Arts
Major Keys to Your Success
Learn more about what we provide at UW-Green Bay so students can conduct symphonies.
From the Weidner Center to our new state-of-the-art recording facilities, we have the resources to help you hone your skills and share your music with the world.
Youth Summer Camps
Summer camp is a fun, easy way to audition your musical talents. At UW-Green Bay, we host camps like a Musical Theatre/Voice Workshop and Piano Academy to foster musical passion.
Admissions and Auditions
We want to hear from you! Your audition helps us visualize your potential and guide you toward our program's many opportunities.
We offer many ensemble options at UW-Green Bay—including instrumental, vocal and jazz—all offered in large, medium and small groups.
"Professor Sherman helped me find my voice, literally, supported me in all my academics and encouraged me to pursue music in a way that was best for me. There is nothing that compares to the collaboration and bond that forms while working in lessons on your main instrument."
Angie Danowski '14
Music Therapist at Expressive Therapies, LLC
Want to Know More?
If you need help figuring out what emphasis is right for you, want to know about your options after graduation or just want to talk about music, we want to hear from you! Ask Randall Meder, our music program chair.