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Wolf Tones Magazine

The NC State Department of Music publishes its magazine Wolf Tones twice per year. You can read previous issues below. If you do not receive the magazine and wish to, please contact Erin Zanders at eazander@ncsu.edu.

Wolf Tones, Volume 3, Issue 2
Every note we play together is a win: Making music safely in the time of COVID-19

Wolf Tones, Volume 3, Issue 1
Making music online: How faculty and students adapted to teach and learn music remotely during a pandemic

Wolf Tones, Volume 2, Issue 2
Pushing music’s cutting edge: Leading research and innovation in the field of orchestral music with 20 world premieres

Wolf Tones, Volume 2, Issue 1
Making their mark: NC State Jazz Combo releases first album

Volume 1, Issue 1
Faculty member Jonathan Kramer receives Raleigh Medal of Arts

New Student Orientation Events

Welcome to the Wolfpack, class of 2025 and transfer students! To help you learn more about the music making opportunities available to you at NC State, there are several ways you can connect with us

Kirsten Paige joins Department of Music faculty

The Department of Music welcomes Assistant Teaching Professor Kirsten Paige who will join NC State in August to teach musicology.  Paige comes to NC State after three years as a postdoctoral fellow and lecturer in

Staying connected through learning

Associate teaching professor Olga Kleiankina curates a virtual lecture and master class series to help her piano students connect with one another online while challenging them in new ways.

Shining light on Black opera

Musicology lecturer Kristen Turner joins the working team for the Black Opera Research Network, an international organization supporting scholars and creators of Black opera.  Musicology lecturer Kristen Turner is a scholar who enjoys working on