Bob Schulz is one of America’s best traditional jazz cornet players. Bob returns to his home state with the Frisco Jazz Band for a special concert at McMillan Memorial Library. Enjoy one of the finest traditional jazz bands as they perform a vast array of selections from jazz legends ranging from Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, Muggsy Spanier, Turk Murphy, to Eddie Condon.
The Wisconsin Jazz Orchestra will be in concert at McMillan Library's newly redesigned Fine Arts Center on Thursday March 10th at 7:30 pm.
The sixteen piece ensemble will play music by Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Thad Jones, along with contemporary composers from Wisconsin and beyond. The band members are professional musicians from Central and Northeast Wisconsin.
This will be McMillan's first concert since March 2020 and the first since the theater was redesigned. It now has new seats and improved handicapped accessibility.
Join us for an evening of music as part of McMillan's concert series! Wade Fernandez plays guitar and Native American flute as well as sings in several genres.
Join us for the relaunch of McMillan's concert series! The jazz duo of guitarist Rory Stuart and saxophonist Glenn Wilson will be performing both original tunes and some old favorites.
Sean Gaskell will give a performance and educational demonstration on the kora, an ancient 21-stringed harp from West Africa. He will feature traditional songs that are the heart and soul of the kora’s musical repertoire.
Art Stevenson leads an all star band of local bluegrass musicians in a concert in McMillan's newly renovated Fine Arts Center. The band features Art Stevenson (guitar), Stef Lee (bass), Dale Reichert (banjo), Sue Cronick (guitar / fiddle) and Chris Silver (mandolin). This concert is part of the Cranberry Blossom Festival that runs June 16 - 19. It is sponsored by the McMillan Library Endowment. There are no tickets, but seating may be limited.
Learn more about Art Stevenson by listening to a podcast he did with us a few years back!