Thanks to an association with the Rockley Family Foundation, a nonprofit organization that helps support music education, the Department of Music at NC State University has had the use of new first-class pianos on a
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The Jazz Ensemble II, under the direction of Wes Parker and Jason Foureman, presents its spring concert with the Jazz Studio Combo! Featuring music of George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, Benny Golson, Billy Strayhorn,
NC State Department of Music and the Raleigh Civic Symphony Association present Songs of Love and Loss Songs of Love and Loss celebrates music’s power to express the inexpressible, including humanity’s deepest, most complex emotions
A Cappella Fest is an annual benefit concert hosted by Mu Beta Psi and the NC State Department of Music featuring collegiate and professional a cappella groups from across North Carolina. Mu Beta Psi is
The final recital for music students completing their music performance minor. Free and open to the public.
This concert of choral music befitting the Lenten season will be performed at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral by three NC State choirs: the State Chorale, Singing Statesmen and Vox Accalia. Works will include Allegri’s
Come out and hear our applied music lesson students perform in the third of our spring student recitals. Free and open to the public. Performers Caroline Branan, violin AnnE Ford, percussion Anu Frempong, voice Michael
The final recital for music students completing their music performance minors. Free and open to the public.
Arts NC State’s core belief that the arts are for everyone encourages a diversity of student and community participants in the arts that enriches both the final products and the education that each arts program
Louise Meintjes (Associate Professor of Music and Cultural Anthropology, Duke University) Millions of women in the Global South ululate out into the world from a range of religious, class, ethnic, national, and historical positions. How