Viola Professor holding UCLS program with Josh Bell on the Cover

  “His playing was something so special.  Really an old soul kind of playing for someone who was so young.  It was no surprise when things took off for him.” That is what UNCG Viola Professor Scott Rawls thought the first time he heard GRAMMY® Award-winning violinist Joshua Bell—who will perform in recital at UNCG […]

image of Professor Mark Engebretson with student

After a century of excellence in classical music and jazz, the UNCG School of Music is adding a new degree concentration in Popular Music and Technology or “PopTech” as the students call it. Composition Professor Mark Engebretson, who is also a member of the band The Difficulties, says the time was right: “The School of […]

Winston Duke, August 26, 2022

The August 26th UNC Greensboro Concert and Lecture Series event featuring actor Winston Duke of the Marvel Studios’ Black Panther movies has been postponed. Mr. Duke has had an “unexpected family matter” that has prevented him from coming to Greensboro at this time. An Evening with Actor Winston Duke has been rescheduled to Wednesday, September […]

Dean bruce mcclung handing out cookies to first-year students

The College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) at UNC Greensboro has admitted the largest freshman class since 2018—275 in the Class of 2026—plus transfer and graduate students for a total of 451 new students. Dean bruce mcclung and the Directors of the Schools of Art, Dance, Music, and Theatre, along with faculty members Hannah […]

It’s a moving art exhibition—literally—to coincide with the School of Art’s forward motion in launching a new BFA degree concentration in Animation. Running August 10th through September 27th in the gallery of the Maud Gatewood Studio Arts Building, Persistence of Vision features more than twenty-five beautifully preserved animation toys and optical devices on loan from […]

Headshot of Rotem WeinbergVisiting Assistant Professor of Conducting and Director of Orchestras

College of Visual and Performing Arts Dean bruce d. mcclung has announced the appointment of Rotem Weinberg as Visiting Assistant Professor of Conducting and Director of Orchestras in CVPA’s School of Music. Rotem Weinberg is an Israeli conductor known for his profound musicality, creative programming,and polished performances. He is a cross-genre musician, at home in […]

Headshot of Caitlyn Schrader Director of Community Engagement

Caitlyn Schrader (’22 MFA Dance) is moving into a role that seems choreographed just for her — Director of Community Engagement for UNCG’s College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA).  In that position, she will also serve as Director of Greensboro Project Space (GPS), CVPA’s contemporary art gallery in downtown Greensboro. Schrader is a dance […]