Written By Rich Holly, Executive Director of ARTS NC STATE The Next Festival of Emerging Artists is an intensive music festival for young professional string players, founded by NC State Director of Orchestral Studies Peter …read more.
Everyone has an art. Whether it is painting the next soon-to-be unforgettable masterpiece of the century or engineering a state-of-the-art technological system for the next millennium, everyone has a craft that is worth sharing for the …read more.
By Kim Paris Ninety years ago, the NC State Music Department was an office of one. Walter Price came to NC State as an instructor in the College of Textiles, but an affinity for music …read more.
By Kim Paris How long have you been with the Music Department? I started as a student worker in 2008 and joined the department full time following graduation in 2011. What is your own background …read more.
The State Chorale will be singing live from the WRAL-TV studio during the 5:00, 5:30, and 6:00 p.m. news broadcasts on December 1, 2014 when WRAL lights up the 300-foot tower on Western Boulevard. The tower lighting is an annual tradition dating back more …read more.
by Christy Rain NC State’s new director of orchestral studies, Dr. Peter Askim, is as vibrant, talented and unique as the ensembles that he began directing Fall Semester 2014. Askim, a conductor, composer, bassist and …read more.
Sitar player Viswas Chitnis and tabla player Rahim Zalal presented a lecture-demonstration on North Indian Classical Music to students and visitors in Dr. Alison Arnold’s MUS 350 Music of Asia. Coming in only the second …read more.