This Spring semester is a particularly special one for the NC State Orchestras, as director Peter Askim has put together not one, but two high-profile programs this semester. The Raleigh Civic Symphony was awarded …read more.
Our own piano professor, Dr. Olga Kleiankina recently sold out the North Carolina Museum of Art’s “Sights and Sounds on Sundays” in a performance that Classical Voice of North Carolina reviewed as “simply breathtaking” Read …read more.
On Sunday, September 6th, The Dave Doeren Show aired a four minute video featuring footage of the marching band from Saturday’s victory over Troy University. Watch the video here, which includes interviews with Dr. Paul …read more.
NC State’s Director of Orchestral Studies, Dr. Peter Askim, spent his summer vacation hard at work directing the Next Festival for Emerging Artists, an intense music festival for young professional string players that he founded. …read more.
Early in Fall 2015, Dr. Beckman was interviewed about his background, what Arts Entrepreneurship is, and shares several success stories with the student paper. Read the story here.
In the days leading up to NC State’s first home football game, the Raleigh News & Observer came out and filmed a short feature on the Marching Band. Click here to watch.
The NC State University Alumni Magazine spent a few days this spring with our piano professor, Dr. Olga Kleiankina, in preparation for a feature in their Summer 2015. Learn all about the many different students, their triumphs, and …read more.
On Thursday August 28th, sitar player Viswas Chitnis and tabla player Rahim Zalal presented a lecture-demonstration on North Indian Classical Music to students and visitors in Dr. Alison Arnold’s MUS 350 “Music of Asia.” Coming in only …read more.
The North Carolina State University Chorale returned on May 19, 2014 from its highly-praised concert tour through central Italy, including performances in Rome, Florence and Assisi. The highlight of the 9-day tour was the Chorale’s …read more.