On Nov. 12-14, UNCG School of Theatre will present “Hear Our Voices: An Inclusive Celebration of New Musical Theatre.” The production is a brand-new song cycle which consists of unpublished music written and composed by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color), disabled, female and LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, Transgender, Genderqueer, Queer, Intersexed, Agender, […]

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 […]

Student’s in Assistant Professor Rachel Riley’s New Media and Design class Image Sequencing were asked to create a series of time-based interpretations of a subject by documenting experience, vision, and thought. Students were encouraged to think about Framing by exploring how they present visual elements in an image; Structure by directing the viewer’s response by […]

UNCG Jazz Ensemble II: Portrait of Wellman Braud by Duke Ellington Director/Video Editing: Thomas Heflin REEDS Alto 1 Phil Black Alto 2 Anijuel Harris-Johnson Tenor 1 Ian Boletchek Tenor 2 Brandon Quinn Baritone Mackenzie Short TRUMPETS Josh Krovetz Daron Loftin Parker Thompson Dhasan Boler TROMBONES Elan Mizrahi Justin Hardy Edward Rodriguez RYHTHM Piano and Vocals […]

When Senior Kate Serbinowski had her final recital cancelled due to COVID-19, she decided to make her own arrangement of Bellini’s “La Sonnambula” for Solo Clarinet & Eb Clarinet with Clarinet Quartet accompaniment – and then to record all six parts herself. ???? Check out her amazing work here, and congratulations on your graduation, Kate! […]

Leah Sobsey’s 387 Alternative Process students’ are hard at work creating artworks remotely. Check out a recent project by BFA student Fil Hernandez. The piece is  a lumen print on silver gelatin paper exposed to UV light. Fil created the effect by arranging the 12 prints, and then laying on them for an hour.