CLASS OF 2018: BARAKA ONGERI
With just nine days until May Commencement, you can feel the graduation jitters. Spartans are putting last-minute touches on their cap designs, cramming for final exams and flocking to College Avenue to take photos in their graduation garb. UNC Greensboro senior Baraka Ongeri is one of more than 2,700 Spartans set to graduate next Friday, […]
Alumna Gretchen Krupp Grand Finalist in Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions
For Opera in America you can’t hit any higher note than the Metropolitan Opera stage. And that is exactly where Gretchen Krupp, BM ’15, will stand on Sunday, as a Grand Finalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. Krupp is just one of 9 singers, chosen from across the country and Canada through a […]
Clarinetist Andy Hudson Appointed to School of Music Faculty
The UNCG School of Music is pleased to announce that clarinetist Andy Hudson has been appointed to the School of Music Faculty as Instructor of Clarinet. “UNCG is an incredible school of music, and I’m simply delighted to be coming on board with their remarkable clarinet studio,” said Hudson. “I will have the opportunity to […]
Alumna Gretchen Krupp (BM ’15) Named Grand Finalist in Met Auditions
The UNCG School of Music is pleased to announce that alumna Gretchen Krupp (BM ’15) is a Grand Finalist in The Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, and will compete on Sunday, April 29 in New York City at Lincoln Center. Krupp, a mezzo-soprano, is just one of 9 singers chosen through a series of district […]
WebEx – Mac OS Warning Message
MacOS users of WebEx may begin to see a warning message when opening a WebEx session. Cause: Mac OS 10.13.4 is now starting to warn users about applications that use 32-bit architecture, instead of the preferred 64-bit. Resolution: This is simply a warning message, and by clicking “OK” users can continue using Webex normally. There […]
Symphony Orchestra Rehearses with Guest Conductor Stefan Standers
On April 16, Stefan Sanders, music director of the Fayetteville Symphony and resident conductor of the Buffalo Philharmonic, was in residence to conduct at rehearsal with the University Symphony Orchestra. Maestro Sanders rehearsed “Capriccio Espagnol” by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov and also participated in a question-answer session with orchestra members.
Theatre Alum Brenda Lilly Adapts Ibsen’s A DOLL’S HOUSE
UNCG School of Theatre Alum Cast in The Wanderers
Photo Flash: First Look at THE WANDERERS at The Old Globe: UNCG School of Theatre alum Janie Brookshire is a member of this cast. Congratulations Janie!