UNC Music Ambassadors are a select group of undergraduates who have been chosen by application to serve as liaisons to prospective students and parents. Ambassadors represent the Department at various recruitment events and activities on campus, meet with prospective students, provide tours of the Music buildings, assist with prospective student days and audition days, serve on panels, and can answer questions you may have about the Department of Music.
Interested in visiting the Department of Music and meeting with an Ambassador?
Please email email@example.com to schedule a visit.
We look forward to meeting you!
(At least one-week advanced notice is requested. UNC Music Ambassadors are available during the Fall/Spring Semesters only.)
Click on each picture below to learn about the Ambassadors!
Sophia Barsanti, ’19
Psychology & Music (voice)
Anne Bennett, ’20
American Studies & Music (alto sax)
Tony Bird, ’20
Biology & Music (french horn)
Sarah Casey-Summers, ’20
Music Education (clarinet)
Katherine Gora Combs, ’19
Biostatistics & Music (flute)
Devin Cornacchio, ’19
Mathematical Decision Sciences & Music (cello)
Rachel Evans, ’18
Allison Flors, ’18
Music Education (flute) & Hispanic Literature and Culture
Marley Grosskopf, ’20
Music (trumpet) & Political Science
Katie Rose Hand, ’19
Music (trombone) & Spanish Linguistics
Courtney Hedgecock, ’20
Music Education (cello) & Psychology
Elizabeth Hensley, ’21
Physics [Music minor (flute)]
Emily Holdsclaw, ’19
Computer Science & Music (flute)
Greg Jeffers, ’21
Music (alto sax)
Jack Livingston, ’18
Communications & Music (oboe)
Amanda McAllister, ’21
Music (voice) & Sociology
Marika O’Hara, ’20
Yadira Rodriguez-Cruz, ’20
Music Education (flute) & Psychology
Caroline Stanton, ’19
Chemistry & Music (voice)
Susannah Stewart ’19
Music (voice) & Political Science
Emily Taylor, ’19
Music Education (flute)
Emily Williams, ’21
Music (viola) & Journalism
Are you a current student interested in serving as an Ambassador?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.