Alumni Selected for GRAMMY® Music Educator Award Semifinals

The UNCG School of Music is extremely proud to announce that two outstanding alumni have been selected as semifinalists for the 2021 Music Educator Award™ presented by the Recording Academy® and GRAMMY Museum®. Both seminfinalists have undergraduate and graduate degrees in music education from the UNCG School of Music. Both are ...
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Adam Jones

School of Music Student Named Winner in 2020 Musical Theatre Songwriting Challenge

School of Music freshman Adam Jones (BM ’24, Cello Performance) was recently named a winner of the 2020 Musical Theater Songwriting Challenge from the American Theatre Wing and the National Endowment for the Arts. This national contest provides each winner with a two-person coaching team—a mentor and a ...
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First Time Music Teachers Perform in the Key of F: “Flexibility”

Imagine it’s the first day of school -- the very first day of school in your very first job as a teacher. Add to that, you are an arts education teacher at a time when so many school districts across the country are facing a budgetary crisis. Now, ...
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Music Students Participate in Webinar Series

As part of the hybrid course offerings with the large instrumental ensembles this semester, the Bands and Orchestras have organized a series of panel discussions on current issues in music with compelling guests from around the country. These sessions are intended to stimulate meaningful reflection and dialogue within ...
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Brown Building lit in red

A “Red Alert” for the Arts

The College of Visual and Performing Arts last night joined more than 1,500 organizations across the country in lighting theatres and other event venues in red to raise awareness for the arts and entertainment industry which has been devastated by COVID-19. The event was called “Red Alert” and ...
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