Mar 16-21 | Bedford Concert Hall
World-class musicians and jazz experts entertain and inform audiences in a week-long celebration of the musical genre often hailed as one of America's original art forms. Events are open to the public, and many of these events are free.
More info coming soon
ONLINE BOX OFFICE
For your convenience we offer you a number of ways to contact the Rita Box Office for performance information and to purchase tickets. The easiest method is to purchase your tickets online.
Individual Ticket Prices*:
- General Admission Tickets = $10
- Senior & Parkside Staff Tickets = $5
- Student Tickets = $10
*Some concerts may have different prices. Visit the online box office for exact prices.
You can also email your ticket requests to firstname.lastname@example.org, call 262-595-2564 and speak with our friendly staff about available tickets and purchasing, or visit the the Rita Box Office. Call the Box Office for detailed hours or stop by one hour prior to each performance.
TICKET REFUND & EXCHANGE POLICY
Please note that all ticket sales are final and that we do not provide refunds nor guarantee exchanges. We will do our best to exchange individual tickets for other concerts/productions but can make no promises that alternate ticketing will be available.
NOON CONCERT SERIES
Eliana Firmani-Alcocer, percussion
This first Noon Concert of the semester features UW-Parkside Music alumna, Eliana Firmani Alcocer. Percussionist Eliana Firmani Alcocer graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside in 2018 with a Bachelor's degree in Music Performance. During her time at Parkside she studied with Professor Dave Bayles and performed regularly with the wind ensemble, orchestra, jazz band, jazz combo, percussion ensemble, and choirs. Eliana performed and taught regularly off campus as well. She is a recipient of the Percussive Arts Society Ludwig Industries Scholarship and was a featured soloist at the Wisconsin Days of Percussion. Currently, Eliana still performs and teaches regularly in the area. She teaches privately as well as through the Kenosha Unified School District. Eliana is also a Teaching Artist through the Ravinia Reach, Teach, Play program - An El Sistema program that creates social change through music in underprivileged communities.
SPRING 2020 LINEUP
FEB 14 | Eliana Firmani-Alcocer, percussion
FEB 21 | Chicago Koto Group
FEB 28 | MLK Celebration: Jazz Ensemble and Choirs
MAR 6 | Parkside Student Recital
MAR 13 | Parkside Choirs
MAR 20 | Parkside Jazz Faculty part of Jazz Week 2020
APR 3 | Parkside Brass Ensemble and Flute Ensemble
APR 17 | Parkside Percussion Ensemble
APR 24 | Parkside Range and Students of Contemporary Commercial Music
Schedule is subject to change.
ABOUT THE SERIES
The Noon Concert Series is a highly popular series of free performances presented Friday at the noon hour during the Fall and Spring semesters, featuring an interesting and diverse range of performances, including solo and chamber recitals, large group concerts, and lecture/recitals.
Parking and Additional Information
Noon concerts begin at 12 pm in Bedford Concert Hall, Rita Tallent Picken Regional Center for Arts and Humanities.
The schedule is subject to change.
Free parking is available during the Noon Concerts in Lots B and C.
UW-Parkside Music Department Noon Concerts are free of charge.
Food and drink are not allowed at the concerts.
For more information, contact the the Rita Box Office at 262-595-2564 or email email@example.com
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