Assistant Professor of Dance Studies Ana Paula Höfling has recently been published in the new anthology Performing Brazil: Essays on Culture, Identity, and the Performing Arts, published by the University of Wisconsin Press. The book, edited by Severino J. Albuquerque and Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez, is described on Amazon.com as, “the first book to bring together studies of the many and varied […]
America’s premier “ambassador of song” baritone Thomas Hampson will give a concert in Vienna on Monday, May 18, at 7:30 pm Vienna time, 1:30 pm Eastern Daylight time. Hampson will sing songs by Alban Berg, Gustav Mahler, and others. May 18th is the anniversary of Mahler’s death (also one day after Elizabeth’s birthday–happy birthday Elizabeth!). Between […]
[slideshow_deploy id=’153′] The following degrees were awarded: Doctor of Philosophy in Music Education Chris Edward Haire Morgan Christine Soja Robin Whitener Wilkins Doctor of Musical Arts in Performance Justin Matthew Bunting Mark James Cramer Benjamin Laurence Crouch + Elizabeth Ann Doebler • Andre Charles Duvall • Timothy Lee Ellison Samee Griffith Jennifer Wright Corbell Hough […]
Sarah B. Dorsey, Music and Dance Librarian has been Head of the Harold Schiffman Music Library for twenty years. She is writing a biography of Louise Talma. This award will support research in New York and New Haven. More info to come.
BFA Dance and Lloyd Honors College student Kaylynne Leggett has been selected as a choreographer for the National Choreography Intensive. NCI has provided a multi-faceted approach to shaping choreographers and dancers since 1961. This summer, she will travel to the campus of Florida State University to participate in a one-of-a-kind experience, working with fellow choreographers from around the world […]
Karen S. Thomas is currently a Ph.D. student in Music Education at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she also serves as a graduate assistant. Prior to pursing a doctoral degree, she taught middle school general music in Randolph County for one year, elementary general music in Guilford County for two years, and […]
Guy Cappuzo has been appointed to the the editorial board of Music Theory Spectrum (Oxford) and the advisory board of the Journal of Elliott Carter Studies.
May 5, 2015–Tony award nominations were announced on April 28. Among the list of nominations are some productions involving UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance alumni: Best Revival of a Musical, On the Town: Bonnie Becker , Production Stage Manager ’76; Julie DeVore ’10, Assistant Stage Manager; Stephanie Yankwitt ’00 (Artistic Associate, Barrington Stage Company) Best Original […]