Keenan McKenzie didn’t set out to write a Christmas album. The music department’s applied lecturer of saxophone was writing a few songs for a project that ultimately fell through, then he wrote a few more
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The students in the NC State Jazz Combo went from strangers to bandmates to family. Now they’re releasing an album of mostly original songs and reflecting on their time together doing what they love. It’s
Alby Rose Marching Band Scholarship Name Lindsey Wilson Major Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology Instrument I started playing the alto saxophone in sixth grade, making this my eighth year on my instrument. Ensemble I have
Power Sound of the South alumni celebrated Red and White Week by coming home to tailgate and march during the homecoming football game with their former bandmates, current band members, and in some cases, the
Women of War: Music of the Trojan War and the Founding of Rome Featuring the World Premiere of Lavinia in Lavinia by Georgia Shreve (Part of our 20 for ’20 season of World Premieres) With
The Ladies in Red Fall Concert “Born & Bred, Ladies in Red” will be held in Stewart Theatre on Saturday, November 23rd! The Ladies in Red are excited to perform a powerful set featuring a
Stewart Carter, professor of music, Wake Forest University Dr. Carter will discuss new instruments for the Chinese folk orchestra. He is past president of the Society for Seventeenth-Century Music and the American Musical Instrument Society.
Join Wolfgang for their 2019 Fall Concert: REWIND. They’ll be kicking back to throwback songs featuring all-new members.
The NC State Jazz Ensemble I, under the direction of Dave Albert and Director of Jazz Studies Wes Parker, presents its fall concert B^3 featuring music with ties to Boston, Berklee College of Music and
The NC State Symphonic Band, under the direction of Mr. Chris Branam, presents its fall concert Duty, Honor, Country. The title is taken from the farewell address by Douglas MacArthur to the Corps of Cadets