The Department of Music’s prestigious Toni Christine Masini Memorial Scholarship was presented to Reece Neff, ‘20, on Saturday, Aug. 31 during halftime of the football game versus East Carolina University. The Masini scholarship – the
The Price Music Center (PMC) Lecture Series – open to students and the public – brings music scholars and musicians from different cultures to campus to share their music in performance, and speak on how
High school marching band students are invited to March with the Pack on Saturday, Sept. 7 during the Western Carolina game. The NC State Department of Music’s annual band day drew over 500 high school
The NC State choirs are going to Carnegie Hall! The trip is open to current NC State choir students and NC State alumni who participated in choir while attending the university.
Two music minors finished first and third in the regional collegiate vocal auditions held by the National Association of Teachers of Singing in March. Lucy Kimbell placed first in the second-year collegiate women classical category
Thanks to an association with the Rockley Family Foundation, a nonprofit organization that helps support music education, the Department of Music at NC State University has had the use of new first-class pianos on a
The music department launched its official alumni magazine, Wolf Tones in late February. The goal for the magazine is to provide a valuable resource for alumni to keep in touch and stay informed about NC