Tag: Department of Music

January 22, 2020

ArtsNOW Concert Series: Cellist Timothy Holley

The ArtsNOW new music concert series presents cellist Timothy Holley. Holley is a proponent of new music and has a special interest in the music of African-American composers.  He has collaborated with the Mallarmé Chamber

January 21, 2020

Student-led gospel choir builds community through song

The creation and performance of music is a shared experience that has brought people together across centuries, cultures and geographic borders. Gospel music in particular is a deeply communal experience, with roots in the black

January 11, 2020

Grains of Time: Saturday Night Grains

LIVE from Raleigh, it’s Saturday Night Grains! Join the Grains of Time, NC State’s all-male a cappella group, on Saturday, Jan. 11 at 7:00 p.m. for new music, new members, and new video sketches (an

January 9, 2020

In Profile: Hannah Maier

Harry M. Habets Music Scholarship Name Hannah Maier Major Sociology Instrument I have been playing cello for nine years. Ensemble So far my experience in the symphony has been very fun and fulfilling. I really

October 4, 2018

11/4 Chamber orchestra premieres bluegrass viola concerto

The Raleigh Civic Chamber Orchestra will perform the world premiere of Donald Reid Womack’s Blue Ridge Seasons, a viola concerto inspired by the music of the southern mountains, with ETHEL’s Ralph Farris as soloist.

Raleigh Civic Symphony
October 3, 2018

11/18 Symphony celebrates Klimt’s Vienna

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of artist Gustav Klimt, the Raleigh Civic Symphony explores music associated with Klimt’s Vienna. The concert will include the world premiere of a composition inspired by Klimt’s work by Japanese-American composer/cellist Paul Wiancko.

March 10, 2017

Music of Soviet Russia

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, the Raleigh Civic Chamber Orchestra will perform works composed in the post-revolution Soviet Union.