University of Wisconsin - Parkside
Department of Music  PO Box 2000 
Kenosha,  WI,  53141-2000
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The University of Wisconsin-Parkside Music Department offers a comprehensive program that services the needs of Music majors who plan a lifelong career in music, as well as those students who pursue music for their own personal edification. With over 200 participants in the department's bands, orchestra, choirs, and small ensembles, there is sure to be a performance opportunity that appeals to any student-musician. Over 60 concerts are presented annually, featuring students, faculty, and outstanding guest artists. Consistent enrollment growth has resulted in currently planning to expand our music facilities and teaching staff. With our variety of career-orientated degree options, we are confident you will find us to be a vigorous and student-centered program, where excellence is found in both the classroom and the concert stage.

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