Music Alumna on the Metropolitan Opera Stage is Featured in New York Times Article

Liz Brooks, '00 BM Vocal Performance, is featured in a New York Times article about the rigors of rep-style opera, in which a company performs a different opera each night.  Liz is a professional chorister with the Metropolitan Opear, and appears in all performances, which means learning lots ...
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School of Music Alumnus Makes Solo Debut at the Metropolitan Opera

David Blalock, BM '09, recently made his solo debut at the Metropolitan Opera as Pong in Puccini’s Turandot.  He previously appeared at The Met as a member of the chorus in a 2013 production of Wagner’s Parsifal. In addition to his appearances at The Metropolitan Opera, David will ...
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Triston Broadway: From Beginning Strings program to UNCG School of Music

Triston Broadway knows first-hand about the value of community-based arts programs. It is how he found his way here to UNC Greensboro, where he is a sophomore composition student in the School of Music. Triston was nine years old when he saw the Disney movie Fantasia 2000, and he ...
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Garret Klein

Garrett Klein Appointed Lecturer of Trumpet

The UNCG School of Music is pleased to announce that Garrett Klein has been appointed to the faculty as Lecturer of Trumpet for the 2019–20 academic year. "[The] UNCG School of Music is truly an institution of the highest caliber, and I am extremely humbled to be joining such ...
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Elizabeth Keathley

Dr. Elizabeth Keathley Publishes New Book

Dr. Elizabeth Keathley, Associate Professor, Historical Musicology and Women’s & Gender Studies and Director of Graduate Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, has a new book. Schoenberg’s Correspondence with Alma Mahler documents a modern music friendship beginning in fin-de-siécle Vienna and ending in 1950s Los Angeles. The correspondence is edited ...
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