Elizabeth Keathley

Dr. Elizabeth Keathley, Associate Professor, Historical Musicology and Women’s & Gender Studies and Director of Graduate Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, has a new book. Schoenberg’s Correspondence with Alma Mahler documents a modern music friendship beginning in fin-de-siécle Vienna and ending in 1950s Los Angeles. The correspondence is edited and translated by Keathley and Marilyn L. […]

Connie McKoy and Andrew Willis

The UNCG School of Music is pleased to announce that Dr. Constance McKoy and Dr. Andrew Willis have been appointed Marion Stedman Covington Distinguished Professors in Music for a five-year term, effective Fall 2019. Dr. Connie McKoy is Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the UNCG School of Music, where she teaches undergraduate and […]

Teri Bickham

The UNCG School of Music is pleased to announce that soprano Theresa Bickham has been appointed to the faculty as Assistant Professor of Voice effective Fall 2019. Bickham has been praised for her “fine piano nuances” and “expressive legato line.” She made her European debut in 2007 singing scenes from La Traviata under the direction of Maestro […]

Jonathan Caldwell

The UNCG School of Music is pleased to announce that conductor Jonathan Caldwell has been appointed to the faculty as Assistant Professor of Conducting and Assistant Director of Instrumental Ensembles, effective Fall 2019. “Since I left North Carolina in 2009, I’ve always hoped I could come back home,” said Caldwell. “The chance to work at […]

The Final Round of the 2019 Student Artist Competition was held Tuesday, January 29. The competition provides an annual forum for exceptional student performers to audition for the opportunity to appear in concert with the UNCG Symphony Orchestra. Auditions are held in two stages: a preliminary round administered by each area of the performance department (keyboard, […]

Annie Jeng

The UNCG School of Music is pleased to announce the appointment of pianist Annie Jeng to the School of Music faculty as Assistant Professor of Piano and Piano Pedagogy. Annie Jeng enjoys a diverse career as an internationally active performer, educator, and arts entrepreneur. She has performed widely in such settings as the Brancaleoni International Music Festival […]