FEATURING UNC Baroque Ensemble UNC Consort of Viols Brent Wissick, director PROGRAM TBA PARKING Please plan to arrive early as parking on campus can be tricky. Learn more about parking and directions to UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus.
FEATURING Saxophone students of Dr. Rahsaan Barber and Dr. Heidi Radtke PROGRAM Join the classical and jazz saxophone students for their fall studio recital! PARKING Please plan to arrive early as parking on campus can be tricky. Learn … Read more
FEATURING UNC Wind Ensemble, conducted by Evan Feldman UNC Symphony Band, conducted by Erin Cooper PROGRAM TBA TICKETS $10 general admission $5 students, faculty, and staff Free UNC Music students, faculty, and staff Tickets can be purchased online through … Read more
FEATURING UNC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Tonu Kalam Juan Álamo, percussion PROGRAM Stephen Anderson Concerto for Puerto Rico with Juan Álamo, percussion soloist Beethoven Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67 TICKETS $10 general admission $5 students, … Read more
TBD The UNC Music Research Forum hosts invited lectures by distinguished music scholars from around the world and informal research presentations by members of our department and colleagues across campus. It serves as an intellectual hub for the department and … Read more
FEATURING Todd Gaffke, soprano sax Michael Rene Torres, alto sax Heidi Radtke, tenor sax J. Adam Briggs, baritone sax PROGRAM "Other Worlds" Full program info TBA TICKETS $15 general admission $10 students, faculty, and staff Free UNC Music … Read more
FEATURING Brent Wissick, baryton with faculty and guest artists PROGRAM The Baryton is an instrument with 16 strings (both bowed and plucked) that was played in 18th-century Austria and Germany. Haydn wrote over 200 pieces for the instrument because … Read more
FEATURING Christoph Prégardien, tenor Stefan Litwin, piano PROGRAM Songs by Franz Schubert, Gustav Mahler, Hugo Wolf, Charles Ives, Hanns Eisler and others. This program by Christoph Prégardien and Stefan Litwin is an exception among Lieder recitals. The two do … Read more