News Items from UNC Greensboro

Choral music lovers consider Greensboro’s First Presbyterian Church a uniquely ambient space. Good news: UNC Greensboro’s choral program this year will host more concerts there than ever before, with the annual holiday concert taking place this Sunday, Nov. 24.  The popular “Harvest Home” concert, which is free and open to the public, will celebrate the […]

Just in time for Halloween, Bram Stoker’s classic vampire tale, “Dracula,” is hitting Triad Stage with a cast and creative crew that includes 11 UNC Greensboro alumni, faculty, and students. Preston Lane, Triad Stage co-founder and an adjunct graduate faculty member in the School of Theatre, serves as the playwright. “I think it’s a story that […]

It was standing room only Thursday night for the start of UNC Greensboro’s 2019-20 University Concert and Lecture Series (UCLS). Renowned visual artist Nick Cave kicked off the yearlong event series with a lecture to a packed house of students, faculty, staff, and community members at Elliott University Center Auditorium. Cave works through a wide […]

Assistant professor of interior architecture Stephen Skorski spent this past summer exploring architectural spaces and conducting research around the world. His work led him to Bermuda, Italy, and China, as well as South Korea, a stop that included a solo art exhibition of Skorski’s most recent creative scholarship. The exhibition, titled “Invisible Horizons,” presented over […]

Single-event tickets are now on sale for UNC Greensboro’s University Concert and Lecture Series (UCLS), featuring performances and lectures by a famed opera soprano, a Broadway star, and more renowned artists. The 2019-20 season opens Sept. 26 with a free lecture from artist Nick Cave, followed by a performance by dynamic piano duo Anderson & […]

The UNC Greensboro School of Music is kicking off the new year with the 12th annual Collage concert on Saturday, Sept. 7, at 7:30 p.m. at UNCG Auditorium. Over 300 School of Music students and faculty will perform work after work from all around the auditorium to awe audience members with a unique and captivating musical […]

UNCG Opera has once again hit a high note – and received national honors for it. The UNC Greensboro School of Music’s Opera Theatre, under the direction of David Holley, has been awarded the American Prize for the 2018-19 season. Their production of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” (“Die Zanberflöte”) tied for third place in the […]

What brain space would you like to inhabit during the last few weeks of summer before a new school year begins? How would you like to feel just before the first day of classes? How about: Cool, calm, collected. Students and faculty seeking to regain their focus before the start of a bustling fall semester […]

Karla Davis Johnson ’08 may have spent the past 10 years in Nashville, Tennessee, but her sound is undeniably North Carolina. The former Spartan soccer star turned Americana singer-songwriter is a captivating storyteller, with just the right amount of church choir soul and Southern twang. Johnson has had quite the ride since graduating from UNCG with […]