Brett Robinson ’07 BFA Theatre shares her work Re-Enactment, a tabletop play that can be performed on-line with friends or family about the 1985 MOVE Bombing in Philadelphia. https://www.brettashleyrobinson.com/devised-projects/project-one-86xac
Remote Big Band playing “Another Day in Quarantine” by Antonio Truyols ’12 BM (on piano) with UNCG alumni Chris Bittner ’15 (on tenor sax), Chris Gelb ’13 BM (on drums), Aaron Matson ’16 BM (on guitar), and Daniel Stein ’05 MM (on double bass). Remote Big Band presents:"Another Day (in quarantine)" by Antonio Truyols#TruyolsMusic #RemoteBigBand […]
Due to COVID-19, School of Dance MFA student Makayla Ferrick had to cancel the public viewing of her thesis performance. Luckily, this didn’t slow her down! Makayla released the performance virtually to joy of her fellow students, faculty, and fans. We are all blown away by what she and her dancers accomplished. Congratulations Makayla!
A collaborative concert in October 2019 between the UNCG University Chorale, conducted by Carole Ott, and the Lorena Guillen Tango Ensemble, led by Artistic Director and School of Music lecturer Lorena Guillen. In 2020-2021 the Lorena Guillen Tango Ensemble is collaborating with UNCG Sinfonia, conducted by Rebecca MacLeod, to create an original piece for their […]
Antonio Truyols ’12 BM Piano Performance and Gizem Yucel ’13 DMA Viola Performance share this video of Duke Ellington Sound of Viola! This is us passing the time that would be spent commuting. This is what arrangers/composers do in quarantine. Duke Ellington Sound of Viola! This is us passing the time that would be […]
Students from the Middle Eastern Ensemble, Steelpan Ensemble, and a Jazz trio prepared this unique arrangement of the Egyptian tune “El Helwa Di” for a UNCG TEDx event. Each individual group also prepared a selection for the musical interlude. Unfortunately, the event was cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Special thanks to the ensemble […]
A dance created by Duane Cyrus’ School of Dance Choreography I students using “safe”–at-distance greeting gestures. Recorded March 11th, the students last meeting before classes were suspended!