The University of Wyoming Department of Music has a rich and varied schedule of performances throughout the year.
Check back often to see what's coming up next!
PLEASE NOTE: The Fine Arts Building is now The Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts (BCPA)
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Monday, November 28: Masterclass
Tuesday, November 29: Masterclass
Wednesday, November 30: Masterclass
Thursday, December 1, 7:30 pm
BCPA Concert Hall
Friday, December 2, 7:30 pm
BCPA Concert Hall
Sunday, December 4, 5:30 pm
Altitude Chophouse and Brewery
Join the Wyoming Jazz Ensemble, Western Blue, and Jazz Combo I as they play some of your favorite holiday tunes including Duke Ellington's arrangement of the Nutcracker.
Saturday, December 10, 3:00 pm
BCPA Recital Hall
This music bridge across the Atlantic features German and American compositions spanning 300 years by J.S. Back, Virgil Thomson, Aaron Jay Kernis, Johannes Brahms, and John Corigliano.
Andrew Harley, piano
John Fadial, violin
Saturday, December 17 - Friday, December 23
$1750 (Two to a room)
$1590 (Three to a room)
$1505 (Four to a room)
Ice skate at Rockefeller Center, go to the top of the Empire State Building or the Statue of Liberty, see another Broadway show or opera, visit the Museum of Modern Art, or do any of the other things visitors to New York City have available. Free time has been built into the schedule for you.
To reserve a place on the trip, contact Philip Moline in the Fine Arts Box Office, (307) 766-6666. A deposit of $500 is due by October 1.
50% of your remaining balance is due October 14, The rest of the balance is due November 11. All costs are non-refundable unless we can replace you or get refunds for you from the airline, concert venues, etc.
The three-to-a-room and four-to-a-room discounts are available is you have roommates committed. Dr. Griffith will try to match you with others if you request it, but that cannot be guaranteed.
Course credit is available under MUSC 4990, Special Topics, two credits, pass/fail. Credits are for the Winter Session, not the Fall Semester. Preview lectures from Dr. Griffith in the days prior to departure are required for credit.
New York in December is so beautiful, with holiday displays in the store windows, the famous tree at Rockefeller Center, and decorations everywhere. You won't want to miss this incredible opportunity!