The stars, moon and planets have captivated humanity since our earliest records of civilization. Bone sticks marked to track the phases of the moon were discovered in Africa and Europe and date back possibly as
Studies have shown that music helps strengthen memory skills in children and adults. According to the Children’s Music Workshop, linking familiar songs to new information can help imprint that information on the brain. For Noah Baldwin, inventing melodies to memorize patterns in games wasn’t just a useful memory tool, but the origin of his passion for composing music.
Playing the saxophone is in Dylan Misenheimer’s blood. Counting him, there are six saxophonists in his family. For as long as he can remember, they’ve gotten together as an ensemble around the holidays to perform together.
The music department hosted its largest-ever high school Band Day on Sept. 8, with more than 500 high school students in attendance. Participants spent a day immersed in the experience of marching with a Division I collegiate band, including a morning rehearsal and lunch with the NC State Marching Band, tickets to the football game and a half-time performance on the field at Carter-Finley Stadium.
At a special lecture on the morning of Monday, September 18, musical artist Lara Downes spoke to a room full of students about her journey through reconnecting to American Music, with a special focus on
Application deadline: April 1, 2017, 11:59 PM Audition date: April 12, 2015, 6:30 PM, Price Music Center, Room 110 The 2017 Arts NC State Performance Award auditions will be held as an open-to-public performance on
The North Carolina State University Chorale returned on May 16, 2014, from a successful concert tour of Ireland, including performances in Dublin, Galway, and Killarney. Performing highlights of the trip included an afternoon concert
Dr. Olga Kleiankina has been named as a recipient of NC State’s Outstanding Teacher Award for the Division of Academic and Student Affairs. Selected by the Senior Class Council, Kleinakina receives a cash award and
The Music Department is pleased to announce the 2016-17 Music Department Scholarships. We would like to thank everyone who applied for a scholarship this year and express our pride in this remarkable group of students
Concert season is heating up, and this semester will feature several guest artists. First up, Dr. John Wiles will be guest conducting on tomorrow’s Choral Concert. Dr. Wiles visits from University of Northern Iowa. Secondly,