William S. Newman Artists Series
We are proud this year to offer the UNC community another installment of our long-running William S. Newman Artists Series: 8 concerts celebrating the alliance of scholarship and performance that animates the lives of music faculty and students at Carolina. This year’s series features a diverse collection of music department faculty and guest artists in performances ranging across the musical spectrum, from timeless classics to under-explored repertory to exciting contemporary compositions.
We offer individual or family subscriptions (two adults and their children) to the full or half series, now at HALF PRICE to our UNC community. We offer a Newman Pick 5 pass, but the subscription passes may also be substituted for admission at any of the Department’s 2018-19 Scholarship Benefit concerts. Please take advantage — it’s the best music bargain in town!
Subscriptions are available via both the Music Department Office (919-962-1039; email@example.com) and at the door prior to Newman Series events. Payment can be made via cash or check (made out to “UNC Music Department” with the name of the pass in the memo line). In addition to series subscriptions, individual tickets to all WSN Series events will be available at door for $15 ($10 for students and UNC faculty/staff).
William S. Newman Artists Series – Subscription Options
Newman Pick 5 Pass
- Grants five admissions to Newman Series events (admissions transferable among multiple patrons)
- May also be substituted for admission to Scholarship Benefit Series events
- Individual Pass: $40 general admission ($20 students and UNC faculty/staff)
- Family Pass (2 adults and children): $65 for all family members
UNC Music All-Access Pass
- Grants individual admission to all 8 Scholarship Benefit Series events events and all 27
- Newman Series subscribers may apply full cost of their subscription to an upgraded All-Access pass
- $200 general admission ($100 for students and UNC faculty/staff)
William S. Newman Artists Series – Event List
16 Guest Artist Recital: Keith Koons, clarinet; Steven Chicurel-Stein, piano; Donald L. Oehler, clarinet • works by Mendelssohn, Gary Shocker, and Richard Rodney Bennett • 7:30 pm, Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall
27 Faculty Recital: Juan Álamo, marimba • The Well-Tempered Marimba: Re-imagining Bach Suites and Beethoven Bagatelles • 7:30 pm, Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall
28 Henri Duparc: The Complete Melodies • Marc Callahan, bass-baritone; Ariana Wyatt, soprano; Richard Masters, piano • 3:00 pm, Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall
26 Guest Artist Recital: Aleck Karis, piano (University of California, San Diego) • An all-Debussy program: Études, Books I & II (1915), and Children’s Corner (1908). • 8:00 pm, Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall
29 The Magic of Mozart • Mozart’s Flute Quartet in D Major, Oboe Quartet in F Major, and Clarinet Quintet in A Major • featuring Laura Stevens, flute, Anna Lampidis, oboe, Don Oehler, clarinet, Nicholas DiEugenio and Leah Peroutka, violin, Sam Gold, viola, and Brent Wissick, cello • 7:30 pm, Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall
3 Faculty Recital: Stefan Litwin and Ensemble Ascolta • 7:30pm, Moeser Auditorium
23 Music and Black Politics • Aaron Harcus, concert curator • This concert explores the diverse roles that music has played in the production of black political projects in the US in the 20th Century. • 8:30pm, Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall
14 Faculty Recital: LaToya Lain, soprano; Casey Robards, piano • 7:30 pm, Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall