Join us on our YouTube channel Thursdays at 7pm in May for virtual concert events celebrating the work of our student-musicians and faculty this spring. Links to access the YouTube Premieres will be added to this
Experience the virtual world premieres of works by composers Allison Loggins-Hull and Tift Merritt, whose compositions have been influenced by legacies of intergenerational trauma and the evolution of mental health treatment in the United States.
The Department of Music presents the NC State orchestras and choirs with the Concert Singers of Cary, performing the world premiere of a new work by composer Lisa Bielawa entirely in virtual reality on a
Kick off the holiday season with the Ladies in Red a cappella group. The concert will feature new ladies, new songs and copies of their new album, & It Feels Like Home. Featuring a guest performance by Fusion Dance Crew.
Get into the holiday spirit with the NC State Jazz and Wind Ensembles! Enjoy Christmas classics like “Sleigh Ride” and “Greensleeves,” and go home humming your favorite festive tunes.
Celebrate the holidays and the end of the fall semester with the NC State Choirs! Enjoy holiday classics and audience sing-along carols with your family and friends.
Bring your friends and come watch Acappology perform music both new and old. Grab your mask and get ready for a spooky and seductive night of a cappella.
Unleash your love for music and come out to Wolfgang A Cappella’s fall concert on December 2 at 7:00 p.m. in Stewart Theatre to enjoy new music, new members and a brand new album!
Grains of Time, North Carolina’s oldest all-male collegiate a cappella group founded in 1968, are celebrating their 50th anniversary this year. To celebrate five decades of Grains, they’re putting together a special concert where the 2018-19 Grains will take the stage alongside alumni groups dating back all the way to the original founding members.
Conducted by Chris Branam, the 50-member Symphonic Band will perform its fall concert on Thursday, Nov. 29, featuring Henry Filmore’s “Americans We,” Richard Vaughan Williams’s “Folk Song Suite for Military Band,” Brian Balmages’s “Silence Overwhelmed,” Frank Erickson’s “Rhythm of the Winds,” and Clifton Williams’s “Dedicatory Overture.”