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.
Meteorologist music alumni and twins Landon and Brandon Aydlett play the world’s grandest stages with the Guam Territorial Band. There’s something special about the bond between twins. For marching band alumni Landon and Brandon Aydlett,
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.
The music department hosted its largest-ever high school Band Day on Sept. 8, with more than 500 high school students in attendance. Participants spent a day immersed in the experience of marching with a Division I collegiate band, including a morning rehearsal and lunch with the NC State Marching Band, tickets to the football game and a half-time performance on the field at Carter-Finley Stadium.
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