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#CourseOfTheWeek: Private Lessons

January 10, 2019

From piano to voice to jazz bass to fiddle the Department of Music has private instruction available in a wide array of instruments! To see a full list of instrument offerings and faculty contacts for each, click here.   Separate fees … Continued

IDEA’s Virtual Studiolo Project Wins NEH Grant

December 21, 2018

Congratulations to Associate Professor Anne MacNeil, co-PI of The Virtual Studiolo, and her colleagues on their recent award from the National Endowment for the Humanities! Thanks to the generous support of the NEH, The Virtual Studiolo team will undertake the … Continued

Reaffirmation of Department Statement on Silent Sam

December 7, 2018

In light of Chancellor Folt and the Board of Trustees’ Recommendation for the Disposition and Preservation of the Confederate Monument, on December 5th the Department of Music faculty voted to reaffirm our position against any public display of the statue. The … Continued

#CourseOfTheWeek: The Art and Culture of the DJ

December 5, 2018

MUSC 155: The Art and Culture of the DJ Led by Professor Mark Katz, this course is an exploration of the important, often misunderstood role of the DJ in modern musical life, with particular attention to the ways in which DJing … Continued

#CourseOfTheWeek: UNC Symphony Band

November 28, 2018

MUSC 211.003, UNC Symphony Band The Symphony Band, conducted by Erin Cooper, is composed of approximately sixty students and performs a variety of original wind literature and orchestral transcriptions. Membership is open to all university students regardless of major. The … Continued