Our Unique Pathways for Success
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Why UNCG is Different
The UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance transforms your passion into your professional purpose. Our unique pathway to career success will help you unlock your creativity and develop into a performing artist, scholar, or arts educator.
Conservatory-quality training in the studio
You will benefit from conservatory-quality training and become exceptionally well prepared for careers that include appearing in television series and on Broadway, designing and stage managing, singing at the Metropolitan Opera, performing at Carnegie Hall, and even winning Tony Awards.
Our faculty and staff are mentors and advisors with an unusually high level of dedication and commitment. Students thrive in this fun, ingenious and deeply encouraging culture. Plus, our scholarships, assistantships and internships help provide the financial support some students require.
Cutting edge scholarship in the classroom
Study in your artistic discipline will expand your artistic possibilities. And our well-rounded liberal arts program prepares graduates to be engaged citizens who make meaningful contributions to the world while pursuing their performing, teaching and scholarly careers.
Real-world experiences beyond the classroom
UNCG offers more than 350 performances, lectures and other events; therefore, you will have an abundance of real-world experiences to help you develop your craft, build your résumé, and make professional connections that last a lifetime. Arts education students have the opportunity to bring learning to life by collaborating with experienced teachers who have exemplary programs at the primary and secondary levels. Internships or field placements, academic conferences, and study abroad opportunities will expand your perspective and create new connections.
Sarah Frisof, flute - Guest Artist Recital
5:30 PM • Organ Hall
UNCG Horn Choir
7:30 PM • Recital Hall
Sarah Taylor, voice - DMA recital
3:30 PM • Recital Hall
Paul Taylor Dance Company
8:00 PM • Aycock Auditorium, Tate Street, Greensboro, NC 27412, United States
Robin Morace, piano - graduate recital
3:30 PM • Recital Hall
Saxophone Studio Recital I
5:30 PM • Recital Hall
Machinal by Sophie Treadwell
7:30 PM • Brown Building Theatre at UNCG, 406 Tate Street, Greensboro, NC 27403, United States
Meicen Jin MFA Thesis Concert
8:00 PM • Dance Theater
Meet Our Faculty
Our faculty plays a key role in transforming your passion into your professional purpose. These videos will introduce you to our internationally recognized faculty, their cutting edge scholarship, and how they support, advise and mentor our students.