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UNC Summer Jazz Workshop Still Has Openings for Students

The UNC Summer Jazz Workshop, directed by UNC Associate Professor Stephen Anderson, still has a few opening slots left for students to sign up.  The Summer Jazz Workshop caters to a variety of students, including both those enrolled at UNC and also to those in the community, and will last for a total of five days, culminating in a Friday concert.  53 more words


UNC Double Bass Class Announces Spring 2014 Recital

The UNC Double Bass Class, led by UNC Department of Music lecturer Robert Anderson, will be hosting their seventh annual recital on Sunday April 27th in Person Recital Hall.  39 more words


UNC Professor Clara Yang to Speak next Wednesday

On Wednesday April 23rd, UNC professor Clara Yang will be speaking in Hill Hall 107 on traveling the world as a female musician.  The talk is part of the “Women in Music” speaker series headed by the Iota Lambda chapter of UNC-based student organization Tau Beta Sigma.  45 more words


UNC Men's Glee Club

  • The oldest continuously existing choral organization on campus
  • Operates from within the UNC Department of Music
  • Currently conducted by Daniel Huff
  • Membership is 34 men as of 2014…
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Musical Empowerment Benefit Concert Sells Out

Musical Empowerment, an organization within the UNC Department of Music offering free weekly music lessons to underprivileged children in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area, is hosting a benefit concert tonight for the group.  72 more words


Chapel Hill Contemporary Music Ensemble Hosts Free Concert

The Chapel Hill Contemporary Music Ensemble, a group playing 21st Century music, will be hosting a Spring concert in Kenan Rehearsal Hall on Tuesday, April 15th at 8 PM.  34 more words


UNC MusicianCorps Brings Music to HYPE

HYPE (Helping Youth by Providing Enrichment) has recently opened up its after school classrooms to the UNC Department of Music-sponsored community outreach program, MusicianCorps.  Children attending HYPE often come from low-income or high-need communities, and MusicianCorps and the UNC Department of Music seek to provide musical opportunities to these populations.  86 more words