Tag: NC State Music

March 15, 2019

Department of Music launches new alumni magazine

The music department launched its official alumni magazine, Wolf Tones in late February. The goal for the magazine is to provide a valuable resource for alumni to keep in touch and stay informed about NC

March 7, 2019

Applied Student Recital

Come out and hear our applied music lesson students perform in the second of our spring student recitals. Free and open to the public. Performers Emma Beard, bass Adam Blanchette, trombone Robbie Errico, piano Isabela

March 5, 2019

Wind Ensemble Concert

The Wind Ensemble under the direction of Paul Garcia presents Early Light: Emergent Works by Contemporary Female Composers. The concert will feature works by Carolyn Bremer, Kathryn Salfelder, Shelley Hanson, Alex Shapiro and more. Tickets

February 20, 2019

Applied Student Recital

Come out and hear our applied music lesson students perform in the first of our spring student recitals. Free and open to the public. List of participating students coming soon.

February 15, 2019

SOLD OUT – Jazz Ensemble I & II

Under the direction of Wes Parker and Jason Foureman, the Jazz Ensembles I & II will perform two special Valentine’s Day concerts on Feb. 14 and 15 at 7:00 p.m. in the Titmus Theatre at Thompson Hall. Enjoy an evening of Latin and swing songs with a love theme, including Charles Mingus’s “Love Chant,” Cole Porter’s “Love for Sale” and Don Gibson’s “I Can’t Stop Loving You” (popularly performed by Count Bassie, Roy Orbison, Frank Sinatra and many others), plus much more. 

February 14, 2019

Jazz Ensemble I & II

Under the direction of Wes Parker and Jason Foureman, the Jazz Ensembles I & II will perform two special Valentine’s Day concerts on Feb. 14 and 15 at 7:00 p.m. in the Titmus Theatre at Thompson Hall. Enjoy an evening of Latin and swing songs with a love theme, including Charles Mingus’s “Love Chant,” Cole Porter’s “Love for Sale” and Don Gibson’s “I Can’t Stop Loving You” (popularly performed by Count Bassie, Roy Orbison, Frank Sinatra and many others), plus much more. 

February 7, 2019

PMC Lecture: Women, Music and the Art of Survival in Post-Colonial Korea

Joshua Pilzer is a scholar of Korean and Japanese music. He is the author of Hearts of Pine: Songs in the Lives of Three Korean Survivors of the Japanese ‘Comfort Women’ (2012) and is currently finishing another ethnographic book on the musicality of everyday life among Korean victims of the atomic bombing of Japan and their children.