The UNC Greensboro Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Eric Willie, has been named a winner of the 2020 Percussive Arts Society’s International Percussion Ensemble Competition (IPEC). The honor is awarded annually to only three ensembles. This is the second time in five years that the UNCG Percussion Ensemble has received the IPEC award. […]
In this episode of Pondering Skies with Matt Bryant, we hear about what brought artist Adam Carlin to social practice as an art form, and we’ll hear an explanation of what social practice is. He discusses why it is important for him to connect art, ecology, and community through projects and institutes that blur the […]
Quarantine project by Nick Stubblefield ’10 BM – the cover of a tune his parents wrote. Nick says, “It’s neat when music can bring generations together. In this case, it brought my parents together with me. I come from a musical family that wrote a number of songs back in their day. They pitched that […]
The American Prize in Opera Performance has announced the 2019-2020 winners, with UNCG Opera Theatre’s production of Falstaff receiving second place in the college/university division, tying with Louisiana State University. Falstaff, Verdi’s last opera, is a revenge comedy based on Shakespeare’s Merry Wives of Windsor. The UNCG production, mounted in the spring of 2019 and […]
From Zoom: Starting July 19th, Zoom will require that all meetings have a Passcode or a Waiting Room enabled. We have designed these security measures to give you control over your meeting security options while keeping the join experience as frictionless as possible. For meetings that do not have either a Passcode or Waiting Room […]
The Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Office (URSCO) Community Based Undergraduate Research and Creativity Award was presented to four students: Triston Broadway, Gabriel Figuracion, Maguette Seye, and Heather Lofdahl. The team collaborated with Dr. Rebecca MacLeod to write a grant in support of the creation of a diverse online music learning community for young people […]
Distinguished Alumnus Marian Wilson Kimber (BA ’83) was recently awarded the Sight and Sound Subvention from the Society for American Music for her work “In a Woman’s Voice: Musical Readings by American Women Composers.” This project will be a video recording of musical readings for spoken word and piano by women composers, performed by Marian Wilson […]
Reliably Bad, an eight-piece funk-pop band composed of UNCG School of Music students perform a socially distant cover of the The Magic School Bus!
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The DMC is hosting a series of multimedia hands-on online workshops to support the UNCG campus curriculum. Participants will learn the basics of a variety of multimedia and digital storytelling tools to use in their assignments or personal projects. Registration is open now for UNCG students, faculty, and staff. You can register for one or multiple workshops. […]