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University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
Department of Music & Theatre Art  Haas Fine Arts Bldg 156 
Shell Lake,  WI,  54871
 
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The performing arts enjoy an enviable reputation at UW-Eau Claire. We offer an outstanding undergraduate education for aspiring musicians and theatre professionals and also serve as a primary cultural resource for western Wisconsin. If you want to earn a college degree in either music or theatre, let us know about your interest. We believe UW-Eau Claire represents an outstanding value in higher education today. Please know that you are always welcome on "Wisconsin's most beautiful campus" and especially in our department. Be sure to hear a concert or recital, attend a play, or attend one of the many special events we sponsor. You will enjoy it!

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