Oshkosh Michigan Music
Since the University of Wisconsin has a campus in the city, the city has opened a steady stream of new music venues in recent years. Following the trend of the metropolitan area, existing venues tend to expand their schedules. In recent years, some music venues have opened in downtown Oshkosh, and there are more on the way.
Oshkosh is also home to the Winnebago Mental Health Institute, which is located in nearby Winnebago, Wisconsin. It is a two-year campus where students can meet general requirements and earn a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's degree in humanities. Students from all over the state and all 50 countries are welcome at the University of Wisconsin - OshkOSH, with more than 1,000 students and doctoral candidates from around the country.
Oshkosh is also served by nine scheduled bus lines that operate daily between the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh and the University of Madison campus. One of these routes also connects OshKosh to the main campus of the University of Madison as well as to several other universities in Wisconsin and Michigan.
The WIS-44 is located partially or fully on Ripon Rd and Becket adjoins Jackson Street at the intersection of the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh Campus and the U - M Campus.
The Riverwalk is a flat, asphalt path that connects downtown Oshkosh with the Wiouwash Trail. Fox Valley is a region of 18 counties in northeastern Wisconsin that includes the western half of Wisconsin and the eastern part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It is named after the former railway corridor on which the "Wiou wash" State Trail was built, which runs through the Fox River Valley from the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds in Madison, Wisconsin, to Lake Superior, Michigan.
Tens of thousands of people enjoy outdoor music festivals, including the annual Oshkosh Riverwalk Music Festival, the largest music festival in the state of Wisconsin. The cast is so diverse that this type of event is likely to be seen anywhere in or near the OshKosh area. That is why we are belting out our national anthems over the loudspeakers and we are belting out them.
In addition to his activities as an orchestra conductor and other music courses at the University of Vienna - Oshkosh, he is also Music Director of the OshKosh Symphony Orchestra. He is currently a professor in the Department of Music at the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
In addition to his applied trumpet students, he teaches jazz history and leads a jazz ensemble. His most recent solo appearances have taken him with the Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra, the Madison Jazz Ensemble of the University of Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin Jazz Orchestra. In addition, his former students performed with him as soloist as well as in the John Hargrove Trio and other jazz ensembles.
In the fall of 2000 he joined the faculty of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh as Assistant Professor for Piano and as a visiting lecturer for flute. Since joining the music studies at the University of Vienna-OSHKosh in 1999 he teaches at the U-M. Music Academy In 2000, he served on the boards of directors of the Wisconsin Jazz Ensemble and the Madison Jazz Orchestra, and held various leadership positions with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and other jazz organizations.
Since joining the faculty of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Dr. Fournier has taught music theory at the U-M School of Music. Mr. Combe has taken on lecture responsibility as a lecturer for piano and flute and as a guest lecturer in the department of music.
In 1969 he was named Outstanding Educator in America in 1970 and received the Distinguished Service Award from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He currently directs the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh Steel Band and has had the honor of performing with the US Army National Guard, the United States Air Force and the Army Air Forces.
Dr. Sorensen is principal trumpeter with the Oshkosh Symphony and a member of the US Army National Guard and the US Army Air Force. He earned his Certificate of Achievement and Master of Music from Northwestern University and holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan and a Master of Music from Michigan State University. Dr. Soresen was principal trumpeter with the Wisconsin State Symphony, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and other major orchestras.
Doctorate in August 2001 from the University of Michigan, where he studied under Professor of Music Dr. Ted Hahn. He holds a bachelor's degree in music from Michigan State University and a master's degree in music from Northwestern University.
Dr. Robinson was a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, where he was recognized as Teacher of the Year three times. In 1966 John returned from a teaching stint in the Music Department at Michigan State University and taught at Northwestern University for four years before returning to the University in 1966 as an assistant professor of music for two years, then as a lecturer and later as a full-time professor, before retiring from the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Wisconsin, OshKosh, in 1997, where he taught the Department of Classical Music and the School of Public and International Studies for over 20 years.