UW Music Groups Share the Stage to Benefit Prostate Cancer Research
The University of Wisconsin Paul P. Carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center-sponsored concert brings together the UW Marching Band (7pm), Tangled Up in Blue (7:30pm) and the UW MadHatters (9pm) on September 14, 2007 at the Orpheum Theatre, 216 State Street, to raise awareness and support for a common disease that, if caught early, can be successfully treated.
Date: Sept. 14, 2007
Location: Orpheum Theatre - 216 State Street, Madison, Wisconsin
|UW Marching Band
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Marching Band is a very busy and visible organization on and off campus.
The group is regularly seen at Camp Randall for football games, at the Kohl Center for men's and women's basketball games and men's hockey, and at the Field House for women's volleyball.
The Badger Band also travels throughout the state during the second semester, performing in various cities and venues.
UW Tangled Up in Blue
Founded in the spring of 1999, Tangled Up in Blue has become UW-Madison's premier women's a cappella ensemble.
Every year, 15 talented and enthusiastic female vocalists come together to create music that is truly and uniquely their own.
For nearly 7 years, the group has performed at benefit concerts, high school assemblies, private parties and competitions.
The UW MadHatters perform at more than 80 locations throughout the year. They have toured nationally, sold out the 1,800 seat Orpheum Theatre on back-to-back nights, sung the National Anthem at Miller Park, performed on radio and television, hosted the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella two years in a row, and received critical acclaim for each of its studio recordings, State Street, No Jacket Required and Friday After Class.
General admission tickets are $10 (students) and $20 (adults). Tickets may be purchased:
- By calling Ann Johnson at the UW Carbone Cancer Center, (608) 263-1677
- In person at the Orpheum Theatre box office. For more information, please call (608) 263-1677.
Date Published: 08/29/2007