Soprano Sarah Brailey Wins Grammy Award

The world premiere recording of composer Dame Ethel Smyth’s 1930 masterwork, The Prison, released on Chandos Records, has won the Grammy Award for Best Classical Solo Vocal Album. The recording features soprano and doctoral student Sarah Brailey and bass-baritone Dashon Burton as soloists, and is conducted by James Blachly with his Experiential Orchestra and Chorus. The producer is Blanton Alspaugh and Soundmirror.

Division of the Arts celebrates 2020 Creative Arts Awards recipients

Each May, the UW­–Madison Division of the Arts celebrates artistic achievement, recognizes service to the arts, and supports arts research by bestowing the Awards in the Creative Arts. Nominations for these awards are juried by …

CANCELED: Creative Campus Tour

The Creative Campus Tour is your introduction to the fine arts on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus! You will learn about the various arts areas available for study as we visit the spaces where students create and perform. Please note: this event has been canceled.

CANCELED: Creative Campus Tour

The Creative Campus Tour is your introduction to the fine arts on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus! You will learn about the various arts areas available for study as we visit the spaces where students create and perform. Please note: this event has been canceled.