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January 30, 2021 • 7:30 PM ET


The UNCG School of Music is proud to present our 14th annual performance of Collage at 7:30 PM on January 30, 2021 – virtually! Our faculty and students are hard at work creating a streamed version of the concert that you can watch from the comfort of your own home!

The performance will be free as our gift to our community, though we encourage our patrons to donate to the Collage Scholarship Fund. If you have attended before, we hope you might donate the amount of your tickets (about $25 each), or donate as much as you are able. Every dollar helps fund scholarships for deserving music students. Click the “Give to Collage” button and select “Collage Scholarship Fund” from the list of designations.

The concert will be viewable directly through this website on Saturday, January 30, starting at 7:30 PM.

Collage is captivating and totally unique, featuring an incredible range of performers presenting one riveting work after another.  It will be the same non-stop evening of amazing performances that our audiences expect year after year, and this year we are happy to bring our music to you! So sit back, get comfortable, and make sure your speakers or headphones are turned up!

Donate to the Collage Scholarship Fund
We hope that you will consider donating to the Collage Scholarship Fund up to or beyond the amount of your ticket (about $25 each). Every dollar raised helps to fund scholarships for deserving music students. Please click the link to donate now.

GIVE TO COLLAGE FUND

All ticket proceeds benefit the School of Music Collage Scholarship Fund.

 WAYS TO WATCH

WEB BROWSER

The concert will be viewable directly through this website on Saturday, January 30, starting at 7:30 PM.

SMART TV

In the YouTube app on your Smart TV or streaming device, search “UNCG Collage,” then select the “Collage 2021” video.

TABLET/SMARTPHONE

Watch the concert premiere through your mobile web browser Saturday, January 30, starting at 7:30 PM. If you have downloaded the YouTube app to your device, click here to open our YouTube channel and watch the concert in the app.


Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
Annie Jeng and John Salmon, piano

Beethoven: Choral Fantasy (Finale)
Symphony Orchestra and Choirs
Welborn Young, conductor
Annie Jeng, piano; Theresa Bickham, soprano; Detra Davis, soprano; Clara O’Brien, mezzo-soprano; Robert Bracey, tenor; David Holley, tenor; Robert Wells, baritone; Donald Hartmann, bass-baritone