Guy Capuzzo publishes in Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy

Guy Capuzzo has an article in the latest edition of the Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy (2015) ...
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Music Education and Psychology partner for publication

“Openness to experience and auditory discrimination ability in music: An investment approach” was published in the most recent issue of Psychology of Music. The article was co-authored by several faculty members from UNCG’s Music Education (MUE) and Psychology (PSY) departments.  Psychology department authors included Paul Silvia (PSY faculty member), and ...
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UNCG Music Education Made Big This June!

From David Teachout, Chair of Music Education: In the most recent issue of Music Educators Journal (Vol. 101, #4 – June 2015), 3 of the 8 featured articles were authored by our MUE faculty members and alumni. Steven Armon Anderson (MM ’07) co-authored a piece with Gregory Lamar ...
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Iolanthe, Greensboro Light Opera and Song, opens tonight

[slideshow_deploy id='191'] Do you like your fairy tales musically amusing? Come see Gilbert and Sullivan's "Iolanthe" at UNCG's Aycock Auditorium. Gilbert and Sullivan's "Iolanthe" will be presented: June 18-20, Aycock Auditorium - 7:30 p.m. June 21, Aycock Auditorium - 2 p.m. The production, which stars Robert Wells, is ...
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Elizabeth Keathley Translations to Appear on Thomas Hampson Concert, May 18

America’s premier “ambassador of song”  baritone Thomas Hampson will give a concert in Vienna on Monday, May 18, at 7:30 pm Vienna time, 1:30 pm Eastern Daylight time. Hampson will sing songs by Alban Berg, Gustav Mahler, and others. May 18th is the anniversary of Mahler’s death (also ...
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