UNCG Dance Professor and Director of Dance Education, Dr. Mila Parrish, was honored at the NDEO Annual Conference earlier this month. The National Dance Education Organization (NDEO) is a non-profit committed to the promotion and advancement of dance education. NDEO provides a network of resources and support and access to programs that emphasize the importance […]

    In light of his most recent success in presenting the conference keynote presentation in Finland, we talked to Dr. Allen to get his take on the work he is doing, and his experience in Sibelius’s homeland… What? – First ever Finnish ecomusicology conference Where? – University of Turku – Turku, Finland When? – […]

  Prof. Adam Ricci to present “‘As Astonishing as They Are Inevitable’: Complex Harmonic Sequences Preceding Reprises in the Late Music of Gabriel Fauré” at two conferences this fall:   “Effable and Ineffable: Gabriel Fauré and the Limits of Criticism” and the Society for Music Theory annual meeting.   Adam Ricci earned a B.A. in […]

Robin Morace (DMA Piano Perf, Cert. Early Keyboard Perf. – student of Dr. Willis) and Stephanie Schmidt (DMA Piano Perf, Cert. Early Keyboard Perf. – student of Dr. Willis & Dr. Salmon) represented UNCG in the Annual Meeting of the Historical Society of North America held this past May (2015) at McGill University in Montreal.  This […]

Guest lecturer to present at UNCG SMTD on Thursday, November 19, 2015.   “Humanizing Agents, Humanizing Music: Social Affordances and the Practice of Agential Narrative”   Cora Palfy holds a Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Music Theory with a specialization in Music Cognition from Northwestern University, where she specialized in narrativity, musical agency, […]