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Events

To view all School of Fine Arts events, please visit the Online Calendar.

  • The Department of Theatre & Music Theatre will present performances of The BFG (Big Friendly Giant) at the Weber Center for the Performing Arts, Feb. 1-2 & Feb. 8-9. The fantastical characters of Roald Dahl come to life in the positively scrumptious story of a 24-foot tall giant and a young orphan. The storytelling is imaginative and adventurous, utilizing live performers, larger than life puppets, video projections, and a healthy dose of Frobscottle. For ticket information, please contact the Viterbo Box Office at 796-3100, boxoffice@viterbo.edu or www3.viterbo.edu/centers/fine_arts/Box_Office_Information.aspx
  • The Music Department presents a student voice recital by Jacob Engel and Sara Honadel on Sat., Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the FAC Recital Hall. The program is free and open to the public.
  • The Music Department presents a student voice recital by Katie Luisi, Hannah St. Amant and Meggie Moyer on Sat., Feb. 15 at 3:00 p.m. in the FAC Recital Hall. The program is free and open to the public.

News

  • Read a La Crosse Tribune article about a Viterbo theatre graduate who made costumes for local kids in "The Nutcracker" and Broadway stars in New York.
  • Joe Miller, assistant professor of art, had two artistic works selected for display in the 2013 National Collage Society's 29th Annual Juried Exhibition. These were chosen from over 500 entries from six countries.
  • Viterbo alumna and Broadway actress/singer, Linda Balgord, will play Madame Giry in the North American Tour of thePhantom of the OperaTerry Rindfleish wrote about Balgord's career on his blog.
  • Music major Raymond Graybar was awarded a $500 Encouragement Award at the recent Wisconsin District auditions of theMetropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, held October 19 in Milwaukee.
  • Viterbo Alumnus makes Met HD broadcast debut
  • Music alumus Dustin Oldenberg's choral piece was awarded a Silver Platter Award from the ACDA and is featured on theChoralNet Composition Spotlight!
  • Theatre alumna, Kim Little (B.A. '79) was awarded a Distinguished Alumni Award during Viterbo's Alumni Reunion Weekend, Oct. 11-13. Kim is a renowned costume designer in Beverly Hills, California, and co-owner of Muto-Little Costumes.
  • Music alumna, Juanita Madland (class of ’63), presented a piano recital as part of Viterbo Days Weekend on Saturday, October 12. She has performed in venues ranging from the Peter Paul Reubens Museum in Belgium to the Cliburn  Amateur Piano Competition.