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  • Five ways to experience your hometown university

    Peruse any ranking of the most desired places to live in America and there will likely be a prevalence of college towns. The reason college towns are so appealing is, in part, because universities offer an influx of new people, and a host of opportunities for the community to learn and experience new ideas and enjoy more cultural and athletic activities.

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  • Bengsch transforms discouragement into determination

    Editor's note: This is one in a series of stories highlighting Concordia's May 2019 graduates.

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  • National Lutheran Schools Week: Joseph Meador, Sheboygan Lutheran

    This week marks National Lutheran Schools Week, an annual celebration that provides the network of more than 2,000 LCMS preschools, elementary schools, high schools, and universities throughout the nation with the opportunity to publicly proclaim and celebrate the good work happening with our schools.

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  • A new set of pipes: CUW resurrects a nearly forgotten practice organ

    Concordia University Wisconsin is receiving an "organ transplant" from the Ann Arbor campus.

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  • 10 reasons to be involved with music at CUW

    With Christmas at Concordia still in the rear view mirror and our Symphonic Wind Ensemble tour right around the corner, our CUW music department is in the spotlight. Today, the Wind Ensemble embarks on an eight-day, five-concert tour to New York and Philadelphia. Our music department is a beautiful facet of our university, and we are so blessed to have opportunities to share our gifts with other parts of the country.

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  • Symphonic Wind Ensemble touring East Coast in January

    Concordia University Wisconsin's Symphonic Wind Ensemble, directed by Dr. Louis A. Menchaca, will perform six concerts during a nine-day tour of New York and New Jersey churches and high schools in mid-January.

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  • David Schotte wins statewide choral composition competition

    A Concordia University Wisconsin student has won this year’s Student Choral Composition Competition, sponsored by the Wisconsin Choral Directors Association.

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  • November 15, 2018
    Featured, Fine Arts, Music, News

    Yuletide favorites highlight annual “Christmas at Concordia” concert

    A 31-year tradition continues this month when "Christmas at Concordia" brings together every student ensemble for a holiday music extravaganza in the university's Chapel of The Christ Triumphant, 12800 North Lake Shore Drive, Mequon.

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  • 5 myths debunked by Concordia’s first music therapy alum

    In 2006, Concordia University Wisconsin's music department piloted an innovative program to help students turn their passion for music into a care giving career.

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  • Kammerchor, handbell choirs combine for “Christ the King” celebration

    The annual "Christ the King" celebration Sunday, Nov. 18 will feature selections by The Alleluia Ringers, The Chapel Ringers and Kammerchor, the university's touring voice choir.

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