Dr. J Revell Carr brings Hawaii to Greensboro

[slideshow_deploy id='52'] After over ten years of research, writing and editing, Dr. Revell Carr of the School of Music, Theatre and Dance's Department of Music Studies has published his first book, "Hawaiian Music in Motion: Mariners, Missionaries, and Minstrels." ...
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Visiting Artist: Aorigele, Morin Khuur

Aorigele is a master of the Mongolian horsehead fiddle (Mongolian, morin khuur). He is currently on the faculty at the Inner Mongolian University for the Nationalities in Tonglia, China. Mr. Aorigele studied with Xie Tiezhu and Qian Baiyi and is a graduate of the Mongolian State University of ...
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Winners of 2015 Student Artist Competition announced!

Last week we held the final round of the 2015 Student Artist Competition, in which we heard 15 strong performances by very talented students. Congratulations to all of their studio teachers and coaches, who helped in their preparation, and to those who participated in screening the preliminary rounds ...
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UNCG Symphonic Undertakings: A Tale of Two Orchestras and Unseen Women’s Voices for “Galileo”

UNCG Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kevin M. Geraldi, the first half of the concert featured the Watauga High School Honors Orchestra, from Boone, NC, directed by William Selle. During his introductory comments, Geraldi explained it has become a tradition to invite outstanding youth orchestras to perform on campus ...
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Horn alum Mayton wins audition

Durham, North Carolina native and 2013 graduate of UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance Ian Mayton very recently won the full-time 4th horn position in the Houston Symphony Orchestra. Ian was a Presser Scholar while pursuing his undergraduate degree in horn performance with Dr. Abigail Pack. As ...
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