It’s easy to see the impact of humanity on the planet in terms of physical changes made, such as building cities or clearing trees for farm land, but what about the impact of the sounds
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The Department of Music’s prestigious Toni Christine Masini Memorial Music Scholarship was awarded this year to Gage Fringer, a senior majoring in computer science and minoring in music performance. The Masini scholarship—the largest music scholarship
The Department of Music welcomes Assistant Teaching Professor Kirsten Paige who will join NC State in August to teach musicology. Paige comes to NC State after three years as a postdoctoral fellow and lecturer in
The challenges musicians are facing during the coronavirus pandemic are largely rooted in the inability to gather. Performance venues are closed, traveling is discouraged, and ensembles are unable to rehearse and perform together. Virtual choirs
Award recipients often say it’s an honor just to be nominated. That was certainly the case for Department of Music lecturer and director of summer music camps Chris Branam when he found out that several
When stay-at-home orders began to be implemented across the United States in response to the coronavirus, Department of Music teaching professor Gary Beckman realized that arts-based businesses would face unprecedented and unique challenges. For many
The Acappology concert has been cancelled. Please visit music.arts.ncsu.edu/coronavirus for more information.
The Wolfgang A Cappella concert has been cancelled. Please visit music.arts.ncsu.edu/coronavirus for more information.
The Ladies in Red concert has been cancelled. Please visit music.arts.ncsu.edu/coronavirus for more information.