For most of us, “classical music” brings to mind works of the quintessential European composers – the Beethovens, Bachs, the Mozarts. Yet, American contributions to the genre are just as deserving of attention. In this
The Price Music Center will be buzzing this weekend with A Capella enthusiasts from all over the nation coming together for the annual SoJam A Cappella Festival. The event is one part intensive, one part
New York based sitarist Indrajit Roy-Chowdhury will return to the Triangle area to give a lecture and performance for NCSU Students and the Raleigh Community on November 14th, 2017. Joining him will be Uchhal Banerjee,
On the evening of October 20th, the NCSU Jazz Ensemble I will take audience members back in time for a Frank Sinatra and Rat Pack themed concert The show, which will bring The Rat Pack
The Toni Christine Masini Scholarship was formally presented to Victoria Pediaditakis on Saturday, September 16th during the halftime show at the NCSU vs. Furman football game. The Masini scholarship was established to preserve the memory of
If the halftime show at the NCSU vs. Marshall football game last Saturday seemed particularly loud in the stadium, that’s because it was. Hundreds of high school marching band students joined the NCSU Marching Band,
Adjunct Lecturer of Voice Kathryn Mueller will be presenting a special performance on Tuesday September 19th in the NCSU Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theater. The selections within Canción: Spanish Song through the Ages follow the development and
With the support of the NC State Sustainability Fund, the Raleigh Civic Symphony performs a program inspired by rivers.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, the Raleigh Civic Chamber Orchestra will perform works composed in the post-revolution Soviet Union.
In partnership with the NC State College of Natural Resources and the NC State Sustainability Fund, the Raleigh Civic Chamber Orchestra will present a concert celebrating the 100th anniversary of both national and North Carolina parks.