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 […]

Wilson Kimber

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 […]

School of Dance Alumna Princess Johnson, founder of Royal Expressions Contemporary Ballet, is taking her company’s Juneteenth Arts Celebration online. “The entire Greensboro community will benefit from watching it as we all seek healing and reconciliation in our varying ways,” Johnson said. Read more in this Greensboro News and Record Article. Photo from News and […]

Photo: A mural in downtown Greensboro by artist Raman Bhardwaj

Dear CVPA Colleagues, Students and Families, and Alumni, I am outraged by the recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others by those who are sworn to protect. I am disheartened and angry at the violence shown against those who are peacefully protesting the widespread and systemic racial injustice in our […]

Yophi Bost says that majoring in music education was a pretty predictable path for her: “My mom is an Actors’ Equity Assocation actress, so my younger sister and I were pushed into professional musical theatre as toddlers. I was singing before I learned to talk, and music has always been my passion. On top of […]

Maya Simmons is graduating with a double major — a BA in Art History and in African American and African Diaspora Studies — and she knows just how she plans to use both of them: “I have loved art from a very young age. As I started researching art historians and curators, I realized that […]