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Music Ensembles

Face The Music

Nurture your passion by joining one of our ensembles.

Most of the music we listen to in day-to-day life is, by definition, ensemble – a group of musicians who regularly play music together. Music majors participate in ensembles to improve their skills and round out their education. But even if you’re not a music major, you’re welcome to participate – your hobbies are just as important as your career.

Vocal students singing in a concert choir performance
Students play in instrumental ensemble

Instrumental

By joining an instrumental ensemble, you won't just make music – you'll make friends and memories.

Our Instrumental Ensembles
Students play in a jazz band on stage

Jazz

America's one true original art form, jazz is one of the most experimental and fun types of music.

Our Jazz Ensembles
Students sing in to microphones on stage

VOCAL

Discover the joys of singing with a group and develop a community by joining one of our vocal ensembles.

Our Vocal Ensembles

Celebrate your Success

Music is meant to be shared.

It’s nice to be recognized for your hard work – that’s why we host events where you can showcase what you’ve learned in your classes and wow the crowd with your talent.

Music Event Info
Student playing the drumsProfessor orchestrating vocal ensembleStudent plays the upright bass on stageSaxophone player performs on stage

Meet a Phoenix

My most influential moment at UW-Green Bay was having the opportunity to conduct a choral piece with the UWGB Concert Choir at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. It was incredible! The rehearsal process was one of constant learning, mentorship and guidance from my mentor/director. I gained new insight to the profession and the conducting craft... that solid sense of belonging in a choral group and being a part of something larger than myself through music will never go away.

Heather Roberts '19
Choir Director, Kewaunee School District

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Heather Roberts
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Get Support

Having trouble figuring out which ensemble is best for you? Reach out to us, and we can help you figure it out.

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