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sepmon25
septhu28

As You Like It

By William Shakespeare

Directed by John Gulley

Rosalind is banished from court and flees to the Forest of Arden, where she discovers Orlando and a world of passion and possibility. When she disguises herself as a man, enchantment abounds and blossoms into an exploration of the beauty and complexities of young love. Come join us on Shakespeare's magical and comedic journey!

University Band

Pamela L. Klena, conductor

J. Benjamin Jones, conductor

DELLO JOIO: Satiric Dances

GRUNDMAN: Concord

SPITTAL: Pacem

TICHELI: Simple Gifts

BIEDENBENDER: Melodious Thunk

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Procession of the Nobles

Tickets: admission is free

sepfri29

As You Like It

10:00 AM, Taylor Theatre

High School Matinee

By William Shakespeare

Directed by John Gulley

Rosalind is banished from court and flees to the Forest of Arden, where she discovers Orlando and a world of passion and possibility. When she disguises herself as a man, enchantment abounds and blossoms into an exploration of the beauty and complexities of young love. Come join us on Shakespeare's magical and comedic journey!

Sinfonia

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Rebecca MacLeod, conductor

Tickets: admission is free

As You Like It

By William Shakespeare

Directed by John Gulley

Rosalind is banished from court and flees to the Forest of Arden, where she discovers Orlando and a world of passion and possibility. When she disguises herself as a man, enchantment abounds and blossoms into an exploration of the beauty and complexities of young love. Come join us on Shakespeare's magical and comedic journey!

sepsat30

As You Like It

Super Saturday Performance

By William Shakespeare

Directed by John Gulley

Rosalind is banished from court and flees to the Forest of Arden, where she discovers Orlando and a world of passion and possibility. When she disguises herself as a man, enchantment abounds and blossoms into an exploration of the beauty and complexities of young love. Come join us on Shakespeare's magical and comedic journey!

As You Like It

By William Shakespeare

Directed by John Gulley

Rosalind is banished from court and flees to the Forest of Arden, where she discovers Orlando and a world of passion and possibility. When she disguises herself as a man, enchantment abounds and blossoms into an exploration of the beauty and complexities of young love. Come join us on Shakespeare's magical and comedic journey!

octsun1

Wind Ensemble

Kevin M. Geraldi, conductor

Scott Rawls, viola

Pamela L. Klena, graduate conductor

ETEZADY: Anahita

SYLER: Love Among the Ruins

WHITACRE: Sleep

GRANTHAM: J'ai été au bal

KRAMER: Mosaics

IVES: Variations on "America"

Live Stream: https://vpa.uncg.edu/events/cvpa-live

SCOTT RAWLS has appeared as soloist and chamber musician in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, and Europe. Chamber music endeavors include performances with the Diaz Trio, Kandinsky Trio and Ciompi Quartet as well as with members of the Cleveland, Audubon and Cassatt String Quartets. His most recent CD recording, released on the Centaur label, features the chamber music of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and was released summer 2004. His recording of chamber works for viola and clarinet was released spring 2003 on the same label. The ensemble, Middle Voices, will record another disc for Centaur featuring the chamber music of American composer, Eddie Bass. Additional chamber music recordings can be heard on the CRI, Nonesuch, Capstone, and Philips labels. Also a champion of new music, Rawls has toured extensively as a member of Steve Reich and Musicians since 1991. As the violist in this ensemble, he has performed the numerous premieres of The Cave and Three Tales, multimedia operas by Steve Reich and Beryl Korot, videographer. And under the auspices of presenting organizations such as the Wiener Festwochen, Festival d'Automne a Paris, Holland Festival, Berlin Festival, Spoleto Festival USA and the Lincoln Center Festival, he has performed in major music centers around the world including London, Vienna, Rome, Milan, Tokyo, Prague, Amsterdam, Brussels, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York. He is a founding member of the Locrian Chamber Players, a New York City based group dedicated to performing new music. Dr. Rawls currently serves as Associate Professor of Viola and Chair of the Instrumental Division in the School of Music at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Under the baton of maestro Dmitry Sitkovetsky, he plays principal viola in the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra. He is very active as guest clinician, adjudicator, and master class teacher at universities and festivals in America and Europe. During the summers, Rawls plays principal viola in the festival orchestra at Brevard Music Center where he also coordinates the viola program. He holds a BM degree from Indiana University and a MM and DMA from State University of New York at Stony Brook. His major mentors include Abraham Skernick, Georges Janzer, and John Graham.

Tickets: admission is free

octmon2

Symphonic Band

Mark Norman, conductor

J. Benjamin Jones, graduate conductor

ARNOLD: Four Scottish Dances

BACH: Chorale Prelude, "Herzlich tut mich verlangen," BWV 727

BALMAGES: Fanfare Canzonique

TICHELI: Angels in the Architecture

SAINT-SAËNS: Marche Militaire Francaise

Live Stream: https://vpa.uncg.edu/events/cvpa-live

Tickets: admission is free

octtue3

Studio Voice Recital

5:30 PM, Recital Hall

Students within the UNCG School of Music vocal studios perform!

Tickets: admission is free!

octwed4

Mark Clodfelter, trumpet with Rebecca Wilt, piano - Faculty Recital

5:30 PM, Recital Hall

Mark Clodfelter, trumpet with Rebecca Wilt, piano - Faculty Recital

Tickets: admission is free!

Symphony Orchestra

Kevin M. Geraldi, conductor

Lindsay Kesselman, soprano

HINDEMITH: Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes by Carl Maria von Weber

CORIGLIANO: Mr. Tambourine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan

Live Stream: https://vpa.uncg.edu/events/cvpa-live

Hailed by Fanfare Magazine as an “artist of growing reputation for her artistry and intelligence…with a voice of goddess-like splendor" LINDSAY KESSELMAN is a soprano who passionately advocates for contemporary music, actively commissioning and collaborating with a diverse array of composers to create unique, groundbreaking, and dramatically-inspired works for the voice.

This season Kesselman will have the honor of being the featured singer at John Corigliano’s 80th birthday concert celebration at National Sawdust. Other season highlights include her debuts with the North Carolina Symphony and the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, as well as the 2017 release of Antique Violences on Blue Griffin, featuring "Songs from the End of the World" by John Mackey, written for Kesselman and chamber winds. Her performance on this recording was praised in Fanfare Magazine: “…Kesselman sings the uncommonly beautiful songs with heartbreaking restraint…."

In the 2015-16 season, she made her debut with both the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Dutch National Opera in a leading role of a new opera by composer Louis Andriessen entitled "Theatre of the World." A live audio recording will be released on Nonesuch Records on September 29th, 2017.

In 2012-2015 she sang with the Philip Glass Ensemble on an international tour of Philip Glass' ground-breaking opera "Einstein on the Beach," which included 15 cities and the Latin American premiere of the piece. In 2013 this production won the prestigious Laurence Olivier award for Best New Opera Production.

Kesselman is the resident soprano with the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, and in that capacity has performed music by Joseph Schwantner, Louis Andriessen, John Corigliano, Amy Beth Kirsten, Chris Cerrone, Dan Visconti, David Stock, Mathew Rosenblum, and a staged production of Kieren MacMillan's Drunken Moon and Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire. She will be featured on an upcoming binaural recording of John Corigliano’s "Mr. Tambourine Man" with this ensemble.

Recent highlights include Kesselman’s Carnegie Hall debut singing Corigliano’s "Mr. Tambourine Man," Louis Andriessen’s "La Commedia" (Béatrice) as part of the Andriessen75 Festival with the Great Noise Ensemble, the Poulenc "Gloria" with the Buffalo Master Chorale, the premiere of "The End of Knowing", a song cycle by Robert Beaser for soprano and wind symphony, collaborating with Tony Arnold and the Adrian Symphony (MI) on "Virtue" by Christopher Theofanidis, and the release of Kesselman’s debut album of American contemporary music in 2014 on the Bad Wolf Music label, entitled "If this world could stop." A track from this album was featured on the I CARE IF YOU LISTEN Spring 2015 mixtape.

Other recent appearances include Orff’s "Carmina Burana" and Vaughan Williams’ "Dona nobis pacem" with the Akron Symphony Orchestra (Ohio), a holiday concert with the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra (Pennsylvania), Pergolesi’s "Stabat Mater" with members of the Albuquerque Symphony Orchestra, Barber’s "Knoxville: Summer of 1915" with the Cleveland Heights Chamber Orchestra, Haydn’s "Lord Nelson Mass" in metro Chicago, and several concerts with Houston’s Camerata Ventapane at the 2nd Annual Baroque Music Festival in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

HAVEN, Kesselman’s trio with Kimberly Cole Luevano, clarinet and Midori Koga, piano (http://www.haventrio.com) actively commissions and tours throughout North America. They recently released two albums on the Fleur de Son Classics label entitled Bright Angel and Atonement. HAVEN was the recipient of a 2015 Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Grant with composer Jon Magnussen.

Kesselman holds degrees in voice performance from Rice University and Michigan State University. She currently lives in Winston Salem, NC with her husband, conductor Christopher James Lees, and son Rowan.

Tickets: admission is free

octthu5

Rhiannon Giddens, Folk Singer/Instrumentalist - Guest Artist Masterclass

10:30 AM, Recital Hall

Rhiannon Giddens, folk singer/instrumentalist - Masterclass

UC/LS: Rhiannon Giddens

Greensboro-native and former School of Music Master's student, Rhiannon Giddens, headlines Founders Day celebrations during UNCG's 125th Anniversary, celebrating opportunities and excellence. Having taken the American folk scene by storm since her days with the Carolina Chocolate Drops, Rhiannon is touring the nation behind the release of her newest album, Freedom Highway, with a stop here in Greensboro.

Tickets: season subscriptions available june 15

octfri6

Jazz Ensembles I & II

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Jazz Ensembles I & II

Tickets: http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/ticketpurchase?pid=8474063

octsat14

Women's Choir and Men's & Women's Glee Clubs

3:30 PM, First Presbyterian Church, 617 N Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401, USA

Women's Choir and University Glee Clubs

First Presbyterian Church, 617 N Elm St

Tickets: admission is free

octsun15

University Chorale and Chamber Singers

5:00 PM, First Presbyterian Church, 617 N Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401, USA

Chorale and Chamber Singers

First Presbyterian Church, 617 N Elm St

Tickets: admission is free

octwed18

"Ciraldo Duo", flute & guitar - Guest Artist Recital

5:30 PM, Organ Hall

"Ciraldo Duo", flute & guitar - guest artist recital

Tickets: admission is free!

octthu19

Big Love

7:30 PM, Pam and David Sprinkle Theater

By Charles Mee

Directed by Jenn Jellicorse

In Charles Mee's version of Aeschylus's The Suppliants, fifty terrified brides fleeing an arranged marriage take refuge in an Italian villa with fifty angry grooms hot on their trail, hell-bent on reclaiming their "property." As tensions rise and their trip down the aisle nears, sisters Thyona, Olympia, and Lydia hatch a desperate plan to escape the darker side of love and matrimony. This play blows open the gender divide and gives new meaning to "until death do us part."

octfri20

Big Love

7:30 PM, Pam and David Sprinkle Theater

By Charles Mee

Directed by Jenn Jellicorse

In Charles Mee's version of Aeschylus's The Suppliants, fifty terrified brides fleeing an arranged marriage take refuge in an Italian villa with fifty angry grooms hot on their trail, hell-bent on reclaiming their "property." As tensions rise and their trip down the aisle nears, sisters Thyona, Olympia, and Lydia hatch a desperate plan to escape the darker side of love and matrimony. This play blows open the gender divide and gives new meaning to "until death do us part."

octsat21

Greensboro Dance Film Fesitval

7:00 PM, Greensboro Project Space, 219 W Lewis St, Greensboro, NC 27406, USA

The festival, the first of its kind to reside in Greensboro, North Carolina, is in its fourth year and features dance films from around the world in both student and professional categories. This year the festival is particularly interested in films that address themes that explore notions of race, place and identity created through the prism of film. For more information, visit https://www.greensborodancefilms.org/

Big Love

7:30 PM, Pam and David Sprinkle Theater

By Charles Mee

Directed by Jenn Jellicorse

In Charles Mee's version of Aeschylus's The Suppliants, fifty terrified brides fleeing an arranged marriage take refuge in an Italian villa with fifty angry grooms hot on their trail, hell-bent on reclaiming their "property." As tensions rise and their trip down the aisle nears, sisters Thyona, Olympia, and Lydia hatch a desperate plan to escape the darker side of love and matrimony. This play blows open the gender divide and gives new meaning to "until death do us part."

octsun22

Big Love

2:00 PM, Pam and David Sprinkle Theater

By Charles Mee

Directed by Jenn Jellicorse

In Charles Mee's version of Aeschylus's The Suppliants, fifty terrified brides fleeing an arranged marriage take refuge in an Italian villa with fifty angry grooms hot on their trail, hell-bent on reclaiming their "property." As tensions rise and their trip down the aisle nears, sisters Thyona, Olympia, and Lydia hatch a desperate plan to escape the darker side of love and matrimony. This play blows open the gender divide and gives new meaning to "until death do us part."

octtue24

Faculty and Guest Artist String Quintet - featuring Marjorie Bagley & Eric Pritchard, violin; Scott Rawls, viola; Alex Ezerman & Marc Moskovitz, cello

7:30 PM, Organ Hall

Faculty and Guest Artist String Quartet,

featuring:

Marjorie Bagley & Eric Pritchard, violin; Scott Rawls, viola; Alex Ezerman & Marc Moskovitz, cello

The concert will feature quintets for two cellos of music by Beethoven. A performances of these arrangements is a rare event, and in the case of one work on the program, all but unheard of. Both are arrangements done during Beethoven's lifetime or shortly thereafter for the combination of two violins, viola and two cellos, no doubt done with the intent of bringing this music, originally scored for violin and piano (the famous "Kreutzer" Sonata) and cello and piano (the first of Beethoven's works for this combination) to private homes where no piano was available.

Tickets: admission is free!

octthu26

Casella Sinfonietta

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Kevin M. Geraldi, music director

Pamela L. Klena, graduate conductor

J. Benjamin Jones, graduate conductor

Tickets: admission is free

octfri27

UC/LS: The Juilliard String Quartet

The Juilliard String Quartet, widely known as the quintessential American string quartet, welcomes its new cellist, Astrid Schween, and celebrates its 70th anniversary during the 2016/17 season with return engagements in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Detroit, Toronto, Louisville, Cleveland, Tucson, and New York’s Alice Tully Hall. The JSQ premieres Fragments, String Quartet No. 6 by renowned Argentine-American composer Mario Davidovsky, jointly commissioned by the Arizona Friends of Chamber Music and the Juilliard School. The Quartet tours Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, and Turkey, including appearances at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Musikverein in Vienna, and the Berlin Konzerthaus.

Tickets: season subscriptions available june 15

octsat28

Mark Cramer, clarinet - Faculty Recital

5:30 PM, Recital Hall

Mark Cramer, clarinet - faculty recital

Tickets: admission is free!

octmon30

2017 Annual Organ Studio 'Spooktakular"

7:00 PM, Organ Hall

2017 Annual Organ Studio 'Spooktakular"

Tickets: admission is free!

UNCG Tuba Band Concert

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

UNCG Tuba Band Concert

Tickets: admission is free!

octtue31

Tuba/Euphonium Studio Recital I

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Tuba/Euphonium Studio Recital I

Tickets: admission is free!

novwed1

Oboe Studio Recital

5:30 PM, Organ Hall

Oboe Studio Recital

Tickets: admission is free!

Student Composers Recital I

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Student Composers Recital I

Tickets: admission is free!

novthu2

Trumpet Studio Recital I

5:30 PM, Recital Hall

Trumpet Studio Recital I

Tickets: admission is free!

Getting Out

7:30 PM, Pam and David Sprinkle Theater

By Marsha Norman

Directed by Virginia Hirsch

After being released from prison, Arlene simply wants to put her past behind her, but she has to grapple with her demons in order to become the woman she wants to be. Ultimately, the play, like life, offers no simple answers - but it conveys, with heartrending honesty and compassion, the struggle of someone fighting for her life against incredible odds.

Student Composers Recital II

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Student Composers Recital II

Tickets: admission is free!

novfri3

Katherine Weintraub, saxophone - Guest Artist Recital

3:30 PM, Organ Hall

Katherine Weintraub, saxophone - Guest Artist Recital

Tickets: admission is free!

Trumpet Studio Recital II

5:30 PM, Recital Hall

Trumpet Studio Recital II

Tickets: admission is free!

Gate City Camerata

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Gate City Camerata

Tickets: admission is free

Getting Out

7:30 PM, Pam and David Sprinkle Theater

By Marsha Norman

Directed by Virginia Hirsch

After being released from prison, Arlene simply wants to put her past behind her, but she has to grapple with her demons in order to become the woman she wants to be. Ultimately, the play, like life, offers no simple answers - but it conveys, with heartrending honesty and compassion, the struggle of someone fighting for her life against incredible odds.

Prime Movers in Exile

8:00 PM, The Van Dyke Performance Space, 200 N Davie St, #101N, Greensboro, NC

Original dance works by UNCG dance majors. Produced entirely by the dance student organization, Prime Movers. Tickets available online at http://primemoversnov3.brownpapertickets.com/

Tickets: $17 general / $10.50 seniors&children / $10.50 non-uncg student / $7.25 uncg student

novsat4

Prime Movers in Exile

2:00 PM, The Van Dyke Performance Space, 200 N Davie St, #101N, Greensboro, NC

Original dance works by UNCG dance majors. Produced entirely by the dance student organization, Prime Movers. Tickets available online at http://www.primemovers2pmnov4.brownpapertickets.com/

Tickets: $17 general / $10.50 seniors&children / $10.50 non-uncg student / $7.25 uncg student

Trumpet Studio Recital III

5:30 PM, Recital Hall

Trumpet Studio Recital III

Tickets: admission is free!

Kelly Sulick, flute - Guest Artist

5:30 PM, Organ Hall

Kelly Sullick, flute - guest artist

Tickets: admission is free!

Getting Out

7:30 PM, Pam and David Sprinkle Theater

By Marsha Norman

Directed by Virginia Hirsch

After being released from prison, Arlene simply wants to put her past behind her, but she has to grapple with her demons in order to become the woman she wants to be. Ultimately, the play, like life, offers no simple answers - but it conveys, with heartrending honesty and compassion, the struggle of someone fighting for her life against incredible odds.

Prime Movers in Exile

8:00 PM, The Van Dyke Performance Space, 200 N Davie St, #101N, Greensboro, NC

Original dance works by UNCG dance majors. Produced entirely by the dance student organization, Prime Movers. Tickets available online at http://www.primemovers8pmnov4.brownpapertickets.com/

Tickets: $17 general / $10.50 seniors&children / $10.50 non-uncg student / $7.25 uncg student

novsun5

Getting Out

2:00 PM, Pam and David Sprinkle Theater

By Marsha Norman

Directed by Virginia Hirsch

After being released from prison, Arlene simply wants to put her past behind her, but she has to grapple with her demons in order to become the woman she wants to be. Ultimately, the play, like life, offers no simple answers - but it conveys, with heartrending honesty and compassion, the struggle of someone fighting for her life against incredible odds.

School of Music Collage Chamber Recital

3:30 PM, Recital Hall

School of Music Collage Chamber Recital

- featuring a variety of works performed by faculty and staff of the UNCG School of Music

Tickets: $12-adult, $9-senior, $6-student

novmon6

UNCG Graduate Percussion Ensemble

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Graduate Percussion Ensemble recital

Tickets: admission is free!

novtue7

Guest Artist Recital - US Navy Commodores Jazz Ensemble

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

US Navy Commodores Jazz Ensemble - Guest Artist event

Tickets: admission is free!

novwed8

Saxophone Studio Recital

5:30 PM, Recital Hall

Saxophone Studio Recital

Tickets: admission is free!

Daniel Ericourt Artist Residency: Charles Richard-Hamelin, piano - guest artist recital

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Daniel Ericourt Artist Residency: Charles Richard-Hamelin, piano - guest artist recital

Tickets: admission is free!

novthu9

UNCG Jazz Ensemble II

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

UNCG Jazz Ensemble II

Tickets: $12-adult, $9-senior, $6-student

novfri10

New Music Greensboro presents Guest artist Quintet Sirocco

5:30 PM, Organ Hall

New Music Greensboro presents

Guest artist Quintet Sirocco

performing works by UNCG Student Composers

Tickets: admission is free

novsat11

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Richard R. George

Based on the book by Roald Dahl

Directed by Todd Siff

Charlie is one of five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious candy-making operation. While the other children are never satisfied with what they have, Charlie is grateful and amazed by the incredible experience. Is his kind heart the key to unlocking Wonka's prize? Will all of his dreams come true? Travel with us through the infamous Chocolate Factory to find out for yourself!

Gaurang Doshi and Indian Ensemble - Guest Artist Recital

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Guarang Doshi and Indian Ensemble - guest artist recital

Tickets: admission is free!

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Richard R. George

Directed by Todd Siff

Charlie is one of five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious candy-making operation. While the other children are never satisfied with what they have, Charlie is grateful and amazed by the incredible experience. Is his kind heart the key to unlocking Wonka's prize? Will all of his dreams come true? Travel with us through the infamous Chocolate Factory to find out for yourself!

novsun12

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Richard R. George

Directed by Todd Siff

Charlie is one of five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious candy-making operation. While the other children are never satisfied with what they have, Charlie is grateful and amazed by the incredible experience. Is his kind heart the key to unlocking Wonka's prize? Will all of his dreams come true? Travel with us through the infamous Chocolate Factory to find out for yourself!

UNCG Horn Choir - performance

3:30 PM, Recital Hall

UNCG Horn Choir -performance

Tickets: admission is free!

novmon13

Violin Studio Recital

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Violin Studio Recital

Tickets: admission is free!

novtue14

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Richard R. George

Directed by Todd Siff

Charlie is one of five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious candy-making operation. While the other children are never satisfied with what they have, Charlie is grateful and amazed by the incredible experience. Is his kind heart the key to unlocking Wonka's prize? Will all of his dreams come true? Travel with us through the infamous Chocolate Factory to find out for yourself!

Studio Voice Recital

5:30 PM, Recital Hall

Students within the UNCG School of Music vocal studios perform!

Tickets: admission is free!

Tuba/Euphonium Studio Recital

5:30 PM, Organ Hall

Tuba/Euphonium Studio Recital

Tickets: admission is free!

UNCG Trumpet Ensemble Recital

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

UNCG Trumpet Ensemble Recital

Tickets: admission is free!

novwed15

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Richard R. George

Directed by Todd Siff

Charlie is one of five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious candy-making operation. While the other children are never satisfied with what they have, Charlie is grateful and amazed by the incredible experience. Is his kind heart the key to unlocking Wonka's prize? Will all of his dreams come true? Travel with us through the infamous Chocolate Factory to find out for yourself!

Alexander Ezerman, cello - Faculty Recital

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Alexander Ezerman, cello - faculty recital

Tickets: admission is free!

novthu16

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Richard R. George

Directed by Todd Siff

Charlie is one of five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious candy-making operation. While the other children are never satisfied with what they have, Charlie is grateful and amazed by the incredible experience. Is his kind heart the key to unlocking Wonka's prize? Will all of his dreams come true? Travel with us through the infamous Chocolate Factory to find out for yourself!

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

12:00 PM, Taylor Theatre

By Richard R. George

Directed by Todd Siff

Charlie is one of five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious candy-making operation. While the other children are never satisfied with what they have, Charlie is grateful and amazed by the incredible experience. Is his kind heart the key to unlocking Wonka's prize? Will all of his dreams come true? Travel with us through the infamous Chocolate Factory to find out for yourself!

novfri17

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Richard R. George

Directed by Todd Siff

Charlie is one of five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious candy-making operation. While the other children are never satisfied with what they have, Charlie is grateful and amazed by the incredible experience. Is his kind heart the key to unlocking Wonka's prize? Will all of his dreams come true? Travel with us through the infamous Chocolate Factory to find out for yourself!

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

12:00 PM, Taylor Theatre

By Richard R. George

Directed by Todd Siff

Charlie is one of five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious candy-making operation. While the other children are never satisfied with what they have, Charlie is grateful and amazed by the incredible experience. Is his kind heart the key to unlocking Wonka's prize? Will all of his dreams come true? Travel with us through the infamous Chocolate Factory to find out for yourself!

Fall Dances in Exile

8:00 PM, The Van Dyke Performance Space

Fall Dances will feature repertory choreography from faculty throughout the semester. Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets http://www.falldancesnov17.brownpapertickets.com/

Tickets: $17 general / $10.50 seniors&children / $10.50 non-uncg students / $7.25 uncg students

novsat18

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Richard R. George

Directed by Todd Siff

Charlie is one of five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious candy-making operation. While the other children are never satisfied with what they have, Charlie is grateful and amazed by the incredible experience. Is his kind heart the key to unlocking Wonka's prize? Will all of his dreams come true? Travel with us through the infamous Chocolate Factory to find out for yourself!

Fall Dances in Exile

2:00 PM, The Van Dyke Performance Space

Fall Dances will feature repertory choreography from faculty throughout the semester. Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets http://www.falldances2pmnov18.brownpapertickets.com/

Tickets: $17 general / $10.50 seniors&children / $10.50 non-uncg students / $7.25 uncg students

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By Richard R. George

Directed by Todd Siff

Charlie is one of five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka's mysterious candy-making operation. While the other children are never satisfied with what they have, Charlie is grateful and amazed by the incredible experience. Is his kind heart the key to unlocking Wonka's prize? Will all of his dreams come true? Travel with us through the infamous Chocolate Factory to find out for yourself!

Wind Ensemble

Kevin M. Geraldi, conductor

Michael Burns, bassoon

Robert Bracey, tenor

J. Benjamin Jones, graduate conductor

BACH: Fantasia and Fugue in C minor, BWV 537

BASSETT: Sounds, Shapes, and Symbols

GRAINGER: Children's March, "Over the Hills and Far Away"

STEPHENSON: A Dialogue of Self and Soul

DAUGHERTY: Bells for Stokowski

Live Stream: https://vpa.uncg.edu/events/cvpa-live

Tickets: admission is free

Fall Dances in Exile

8:00 PM, The Van Dyke Performance Space

Fall Dances will feature repertory choreography from faculty throughout the semester. Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets http://www.falldances8pmnov18.brownpapertickets.com/

Tickets: $17 general / $10.50 seniors&children / $10.50 non-uncg students / $7.25 uncg students

novsun19

UNCG Jazz Ensemble I & the Honors High School Jazz Band, Guest Bria Skonberg

1:30 PM, Recital Hall

UNCG Jazz Ensemble I & the Honors High School Jazz Band with guest, Bria Skonberg

Tickets: $12-adult, $9-senior, $6-student

AGSD Showing

3:00 PM,

Produced entirely by the UNCG School of Dance Association of Graduate Student Dancers, this performance features choreography by Isabelle Collazo, Makayla Ferrick, Brianna Forbes, Nina Moshman, Alexis Thomas, Gabrielle Tull, An Yi, Li Zhe, and Arlynn Zachary.

Harvest Home Concert - presented by the combined UNCG choral ensembles

5:00 PM, First Presbyterian Church, 617 N Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401, USA

Harvest Home Concert - presented by the combined UNCG choral ensembles

Tickets; Admission is Free!;

Viola Studio Recital

5:30 PM, Organ Hall

Viola Studio Recital

Tickets: admission is free!

AGSD Showing

6:00 PM,

Produced entirely by the UNCG School of Dance Association of Graduate Student Dancers, this performance features choreography by Isabelle Collazo, Makayla Ferrick, Brianna Forbes, Nina Moshman, Alexis Thomas, Gabrielle Tull, An Yi, Li Zhe, and Arlynn Zachary.

novmon20

Symphony Orchestra

Kevin M. Geraldi, conductor

Isaac Pyatt, marimba – Winner, Student Artist Competition

ABE: Prism Rhapsody

TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64

Live Stream: https://vpa.uncg.edu/events/cvpa-live

Tickets: admission is free

novmon27

School of Music Keyboard Area Recital

5:30 PM, Recital Hall

School of Music Keyboard Area Recital

Tickets: admission is free!

novtue28

UNCG Sinfonia String Orchestra

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

UNCG Sinfonia String Orchestra

Tickets: admission is free!

novwed29

Old-Time Ensemble - concert

7:30 PM, Organ Hall

UNCG Old-time Ensemble

Tickets: admission is free!