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.
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!
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.