UPDATE 9/8/2020: Added additional rooms (jazz practice rooms and recording labs); note change to required 48 hour lead time for reservations You must reserve your practice room or recording lab 48 hours in advance using
Auditions for our 20+ ensembles take place during the first two weeks of classes. Click here for more details and to sign up.
Have questions? Join us on Aug. 21 at 4:00 pm in Price Music Center room 110 for an informal info session with our ensemble directors!
Arts NC State’s core belief that the arts are for everyone encourages a diversity of student and community participants in the arts that enriches both the final products and the education that each arts program
When flute performance minor Anna Lee completed the music theory courses at NC State, she wanted more and she wasn’t alone. She and her classmates approached their professor Dr. Tom Koch to ask how they
The music department-affiliated student organization Musical Empowerment (ME) will host its annual showcase benefit concert on Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. to raise money to support its mission. The group, which is the NC State
Jazz saxophonist Joel Frahm will present a performance and master class on Feb. 1 from 4:30-6:00 p.m. Named a rising star by Downbeat Magazine, Frahm is a regular of the New York City club circuit. The event is free an open to the public and will take place in Price Music Center room 101.
The music department’s director of jazz studies, Wes Parker, travels to Birmingham on Thursday, Jan. 17 to direct one of three Alabama All-State jazz bands at the Alabama Music Educators Association annual conference.
At the end of October, CMA EDU chapter president Morgan Brown got an email about a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The Country Music Association’s annual awards show was coming up, and the NC State chapter’s student members
When the music department’s new African American Choral Ensemble begins rehearsing in the spring, its director Darrick King hopes to build a community where people from all different backgrounds, ways of life and ethnicities can appreciate, learn about and perform music from the African American culture.
The Price Music Center Lecture Series presents Anne Rasmussen, professor of music and ethnomusicology and Bickers Professor of Middle Eastern Studies at the College of William and Mary for a talk on the role of women in Islamic music performance in Indonesia.