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Simon Ertz, Viola - DMA Recital

5:30 PM, Organ Hall

works by:

Bach, Bunch, Rowland-Jones, and Hindemith

Tickets: admission is free

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Mandy Mitchell, Flute - DMA Recital

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

works by:

Bach, Milhaud, Bhatia, and Franck

Tickets: admission is free

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DMA Tuba Recital, James Hopkins

5:30 PM, Recital Hall

works by:

Eccles, Castéréde, Grant, Shotakovich, and Koetsier

Tickets: admission is free

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Philip Glass Film Festival: Satyagraha; Taiji: Chaotic Harmony; Anima Mundi

11:00 AM, UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance, 100 McIver Street, Greensboro, NC 27412, United States

UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance, in partnership with the Department of Music

Studies and the Office of Sustainability, presents a film series featuring the music of Philip

Glass.

The Philip Glass Film Festival will include documentaries about Glass (A Composer's

Notes, Looking Glass), documentaries with music by Glass (A Crude Awakening, Anima Mundi, Taiji: Chaotic Harmony ), film versions of operas by Glass (Satyagraha, Kepler), and the acclaimed Qatsi Trilogy (Koyaanisqatsi, Powaqqatsi, Naqoyqatsi).

Experience these films on a big screen with high quality audio in the Recital Hall of the

Music Building.

Philip Glass will be appearing live at UNCG on April 14 as part of the University

Performing Arts Series. The UNCG Opera Theatre will be performing Philip Glass’s

Galileo Galilei on April 16, 17 and 19.

Tickets: free and open to the public

Percussion Ensemble

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Tickets: admission is free

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Philip Glass Film Series: Kepler; A Crude Awakening

11:00 AM, UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance, 100 McIver Street, Greensboro, NC 27412, United States

UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance, in partnership with the Department of Music

Studies and the Office of Sustainability, presents a film series featuring the music of Philip

Glass.

The Philip Glass Film Festival will include documentaries about Glass (A Composer's

Notes, Looking Glass), documentaries with music by Glass (A Crude Awakening, Anima Mundi, Taiji: Chaotic Harmony ), film versions of operas by Glass (Satyagraha, Kepler), and the acclaimed Qatsi Trilogy (Koyaanisqatsi, Powaqqatsi, Naqoyqatsi).

Experience these films on a big screen with high quality audio in the Recital Hall of the

Music Building.

Philip Glass will be appearing live at UNCG on April 14 as part of the University

Performing Arts Series. The UNCG Opera Theatre will be performing Philip Glass’s

Galileo Galilei on April 16, 17 and 19.

Tickets: free and open to the public

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MFA Thesis Event: Danielle Kinne

7:30 PM, Dance Theater

An evening of dance in collaboration with visual art, music and theater exploring the questions of technology, post-apocalyptic times and the struggle to survive.

Tickets may be purchased through our box office partner, Triad Stage. Visit http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list for online sales or call 866.579.TIXX, Monday through Friday from 10am-6pm. Dance Theater Box Office will be open 2 hours prior to curtain and hold additional on-campus hours 2 weeks prior to the event.

Tickets: $15 general / $12 seniors&children / $12 non-uncg students/ $9 uncg students

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MFA Thesis Event: Danielle Kinne

7:30 PM, Dance Theater

An evening of dance in collaboration with visual art, music and theater exploring the questions of technology, post-apocalyptic times and the struggle to survive.

Tickets may be purchased through our box office partner, Triad Stage. Visit http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list for online sales or call 866.579.TIXX, Monday through Friday from 10am-6pm. Dance Theater Box Office will be open 2 hours prior to curtain and hold additional on-campus hours 2 weeks prior to the event.

Tickets: $15 general / $12 seniors&children / $12 non-uncg students/ $9 uncg students

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Philip Glass Film Series: Qatsi Trilogy

8:30 AM, UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance, 100 McIver Street, Greensboro, NC 27412, United States

UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance, in partnership with the Department of Music

Studies and the Office of Sustainability, presents a film series featuring the music of Philip

Glass.

The Philip Glass Film Festival will include documentaries about Glass (A Composer's

Notes, Looking Glass), documentaries with music by Glass (A Crude Awakening, Anima Mundi, Taiji: Chaotic Harmony ), film versions of operas by Glass (Satyagraha, Kepler), and the acclaimed Qatsi Trilogy (Koyaanisqatsi, Powaqqatsi, Naqoyqatsi).

Experience these films on a big screen with high quality audio in the Recital Hall of the

Music Building.

Philip Glass will be appearing live at UNCG on April 14 as part of the University

Performing Arts Series. The UNCG Opera Theatre will be performing Philip Glass’s

Galileo Galilei on April 16, 17 and 19.

Tickets: free and open to the public

Philip Glass Film Series: A Composer's Notes; Anima Mundi; Looking Glass; A Crude Awakening; Taiji: Chaotic Harmony

5:00 PM, UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance, 100 McIver Street, Greensboro, NC 27412, United States

UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance, in partnership with the Department of Music

Studies and the Office of Sustainability, presents a film series featuring the music of Philip

Glass.

The Philip Glass Film Festival will include documentaries about Glass (A Composer's

Notes, Looking Glass), documentaries with music by Glass (A Crude Awakening, Anima Mundi, Taiji: Chaotic Harmony ), film versions of operas by Glass (Satyagraha, Kepler), and the acclaimed Qatsi Trilogy (Koyaanisqatsi, Powaqqatsi, Naqoyqatsi).

Experience these films on a big screen with high quality audio in the Recital Hall of the

Music Building.

Philip Glass will be appearing live at UNCG on April 14 as part of the University

Performing Arts Series. The UNCG Opera Theatre will be performing Philip Glass’s

Galileo Galilei on April 16, 17 and 19.

Tickets: free and open to the public

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Philip Glass & Timothy Fain - University Performing Arts Series

As one of the world’s premiere composers, Philip Glass has had an extraordinary and unprecedented impact upon the musical and intellectual life of his times. His operas include “Einstein on the Beach,” “Satyagraha”, “Akhnaten,” and “The Voyage”, along with music for experimental theater and Academy Award-winning motion pictures such as “The Hours” and Martin Scorsese’s “Kundun.

More information: http://performingarts.uncg.edu/upas/glass

Tickets: adult - $25 & $20 / uncg students - $5 / uncg faculty &staff - $15 & $10 / non-uncg students - $10 / group discounts available

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New Music Festival: Thelema Trio, Guest Artist Recital

8:00 PM,

Thelema is an unusual ensemble that believes in music without boundaries. The group promotes and performs new music from the 21st century and uses their unique instrumentation beyond the borders of their classical training, which has made them a voice for many contemporary composers. Their program offers a wide range of styles, new performance techniques, and a chance for each performer to really shine and strut performance chops that seem endless. Presenting diverse contemporary composition styles going from a filmic blaze of colors, and an orchestral lushness to the energy and power of avant-garde. Emotion and story are primary and thoughts can roam free.

Tickets: admission is free

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Spring Opera - Galileo Galilei

Drawing from letters of Galileo and his family, and various other documents, this opera retrospectively journeys through Galileo's life. Opening with him as an old, blind man after the trial and Inquisition for his heresy, it explores his religiosity as well as his break with the church, and expands into the greater, oscillating relationship of science to both religion and art, reaching its end with Galileo -as an infant- watching an opera composed by his father.

Tickets: adult - $16 / uncg students - $8 / children & seniors $11 / non-uncg students - $11 / group discounts available

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Emily Loboda, Saxophone - DMA Recital

5:30 PM, Organ Hall

works by:

Rogers, Larsson, Swerts, and Wiedoeft

Tickets: admission is free

Trevor Davis, DMA Clarinet Recital

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

works by:

Mazellier, Rueff, Steinberg, Honour, and Veale

Tickets: admission is free

Spring Opera - Galileo Galilei

Drawing from letters of Galileo and his family, and various other documents, this opera retrospectively journeys through Galileo's life. Opening with him as an old, blind man after the trial and Inquisition for his heresy, it explores his religiosity as well as his break with the church, and expands into the greater, oscillating relationship of science to both religion and art, reaching its end with Galileo -as an infant- watching an opera composed by his father.

Tickets: adult - $16 / uncg students - $8 / children & seniors $11 / non-uncg students - $11 / group discounts available

Spring Dances

8:00 PM, Dance Theater

Spring Dances will feature repertory choreography from faculty throughout the semester.

Tickets may be purchased through our box office partner, Triad Stage. Visit http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list for online sales or call 866.579.4TIXX, Monday through Friday from 10am-6pm. Dance Theater Box Office will be open 2 hours prior to curtain and hold additional on-campus hours 2 weeks prior to the event.

Tickets: $12 general / $9 seniors&children / $9 non-uncg students/ $6 uncg students

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Spring Dances

2:00 PM, Dance Theater

Spring Dances will feature repertory choreography from faculty throughout the semester.

Tickets may be purchased through our box office partner, Triad Stage. Visit http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list for online sales or call 866.579.4TIXX, Monday through Friday from 10am-6pm. Dance Theater Box Office will be open 2 hours prior to curtain and hold additional on-campus hours 2 weeks prior to the event.

Tickets: $12 general / $9 seniors&children / $9 non-uncg students/ $6 uncg students

Daniel Seyfried, DMA Piano Recital

7:30 PM, Organ Hall

works by:

Mozart, Brahms, Debussy, Liszt, and Chopin

Tickets: admission is free

Spring Dances

8:00 PM, Dance Theater

Spring Dances will feature repertory choreography from faculty throughout the semester.

Tickets may be purchased through our box office partner, Triad Stage. Visit http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list for online sales or call 866.579.4TIXX, Monday through Friday from 10am-6pm. Dance Theater Box Office will be open 2 hours prior to curtain and hold additional on-campus hours 2 weeks prior to the event.

Tickets: $12 general / $9 seniors&children / $9 non-uncg students/ $6 uncg students

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Spring Opera - Galileo Galilei

Drawing from letters of Galileo and his family, and various other documents, this opera retrospectively journeys through Galileo's life. Opening with him as an old, blind man after the trial and Inquisition for his heresy, it explores his religiosity as well as his break with the church, and expands into the greater, oscillating relationship of science to both religion and art, reaching its end with Galileo -as an infant- watching an opera composed by his father.

Tickets: adult - $16 / uncg students - $8 / children & seniors $11 / non-uncg students - $11 / group discounts available

Jazz Ensemble II

7:30 PM, Recital Hall

Tickets: $10 general / $7 seniors / $4 students / free to uncg students

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Small Group Jazz

7:30 PM, Organ Hall

Tickets: $10 general / $7 seniors / $4 all students

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Old Time Ensemble Concert

5:30 PM, Organ Hall

Admission is free.

Tickets: admission is free

University and Symphonic Bands

Symphonic Band

Cheetham: Commemorative Fanfare

Bernstein: Presto Barbaro from 'On The Waterfont'

Haydn: Serenade No. 5 in E-flat Major

Turina: Five Miniatures

Schuller: Blue Dawn Into White Heat

Gregson: The Sword and The Crown

Tickets: admission is free

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Joe Turner's Come and Gone

By August Wilson

Joe Turner’s Come and Gone takes place in a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911. This show is an enlightening tale of recently freed men and women and their struggle to integrate into the new age. After being cut off from the world these marked men and women arrive carrying guitars, Bibles, and empty pockets of hope. Tickets sold through Triad Stage at 232 South Elm Street in downtown Greensboro--phone 336-272-0160. Also sold on campus at Brown Box Office --115 Brown Building from 11 am- 5 pm M-F.

7:30PM - April 22-23

8:00PM - April 24-25

2:00PM - April 26

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list

Tickets: $16 for adults and $11 for children/seniors/groups of 10 + on weekend performance dates and $8 for uncg students

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Keyboard Area Recital

5:30 PM,

Keyboard Area Recital

Tickets: admission is free

Wind Ensemble

Stravinsky: Symphonies of Wind Instruments

Mackey: Drum Music

Eric Willie, percussion

Sierra: Alegria

Newman: Blow It Up, Start Again

Perrine: Pale Blue on Deep

Danyew: Flash Back

Tickets: admission is free

Julia Reeves, DMA Violin Recital

7:30 PM, Organ Hall

works by:

Biber, Rochberg, Dvorak, Kreisler, and Beethoven

Tickets: admission is free

Joe Turner's Come and Gone

By August Wilson

Joe Turner’s Come and Gone takes place in a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911. This show is an enlightening tale of recently freed men and women and their struggle to integrate into the new age. After being cut off from the world these marked men and women arrive carrying guitars, Bibles, and empty pockets of hope. Tickets sold through Triad Stage at 232 South Elm Street in downtown Greensboro--phone 336-272-0160. Also sold on campus at Brown Box Office --115 Brown Building from 11 am- 5 pm M-F.

7:30PM - April 22-23

8:00PM - April 24-25

2:00PM - April 26

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list

Tickets: $16 for adults and $11 for children/seniors/groups of 10 + on weekend performance dates and $8 for uncg students

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Mark Cramer, DMA Clarinet Recital

3:30 PM, Recital Hall

works by:

von eber, Bucchi, Piazzolla, and Shaw

Tickets: admission is free

An Evening with Molly Ringwald with the Jazz Ensemble I and Strings (Miles Davis Festival Concert)

Award-winning performer Molly Ringwald is probably best known for her roles in the John Hughes’ motion pictures “Sixteen Candles,” “The Breakfast Club” and “Pretty in Pink.”

Now she will pair her vocal style with the UNCG Jazz Ensemble I and strings, directed by Chad Eby, in an evening of music from the American Songbook.

All proceeds will benefit the Greensboro Urban Ministry. Throughout its forty-five year history, Greensboro Urban Ministry has worked with the community to meet the needs of its most vulnerable citizens.

The Greensboro Urban Ministry shares a special connection with the UNCG Miles Davis Jazz Studies Program. Arthur “Buddy” Gist, donor of the famous Miles Davis trumpet housed in the UNCG Music Building, was well cared for by the Urban Ministry after falling on hard times.

Tickets can be purchased via http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list">Triad Stage online, in person or via phone at 336.272.0160.

Tickets: $20/$15 general / $15 seniors / $10 all students

Joe Turner's Come and Gone

By August Wilson

Joe Turner’s Come and Gone takes place in a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911. This show is an enlightening tale of recently freed men and women and their struggle to integrate into the new age. After being cut off from the world these marked men and women arrive carrying guitars, Bibles, and empty pockets of hope. Tickets sold through Triad Stage at 232 South Elm Street in downtown Greensboro--phone 336-272-0160. Also sold on campus at Brown Box Office --115 Brown Building from 11 am- 5 pm M-F.

7:30PM - April 22-23

8:00PM - April 24-25

2:00PM - April 26

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list

Tickets: $16 for adults and $11 for children/seniors/groups of 10 + on weekend performance dates and $8 for uncg students

BFA Thesis Concert

8:00 PM, Dance Theater

Featuring works by seniors in the Dance department, the BFA Dance Concert is part of the culminating experience for Dance majors, varying from choreographed work to presentations.

Tickets: $12 general / $9 seniors&children / $9 non-uncg student / $6 uncg

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BFA Thesis Concert

2:00 PM, Dance Theater

Featuring works by seniors in the Dance department, the BFA Dance Concert is part of the culminating experience for Dance majors, varying from choreographed work to presentations.

Tickets: $12 general / $9 seniors&children / $9 non-uncg student / $6 uncg

Men's and Women's Glee Clubs

3:30 PM, Recital Hall

Tickets: admission is free

Joe Turner's Come and Gone

By August Wilson

Joe Turner’s Come and Gone takes place in a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911. This show is an enlightening tale of recently freed men and women and their struggle to integrate into the new age. After being cut off from the world these marked men and women arrive carrying guitars, Bibles, and empty pockets of hope. Tickets sold through Triad Stage at 232 South Elm Street in downtown Greensboro--phone 336-272-0160. Also sold on campus at Brown Box Office --115 Brown Building from 11 am- 5 pm M-F.

7:30PM - April 22-23

8:00PM - April 24-25

2:00PM - April 26

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list

Tickets: $16 for adults and $11 for children/seniors/groups of 10 + on weekend performance dates and $8 for uncg students

BFA Thesis Concert

8:00 PM, Dance Theater

Featuring works by seniors in the Dance department, the BFA Dance Concert is part of the culminating experience for Dance majors, varying from choreographed work to presentations.

Tickets: $12 general / $9 seniors&children / $9 non-uncg student / $6 uncg

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Joe Turner's Come and Gone

By August Wilson

Joe Turner’s Come and Gone takes place in a Pittsburgh boarding house in 1911. This show is an enlightening tale of recently freed men and women and their struggle to integrate into the new age. After being cut off from the world these marked men and women arrive carrying guitars, Bibles, and empty pockets of hope. Tickets sold through Triad Stage at 232 South Elm Street in downtown Greensboro--phone 336-272-0160. Also sold on campus at Brown Box Office --115 Brown Building from 11 am- 5 pm M-F.

7:30PM - April 22-23

8:00PM - April 24-25

2:00PM - April 26

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=24297&group_id=546978&schedule=list

Tickets: $16 for adults and $11 for children/seniors/groups of 10 + on weekend performance dates and $8 for uncg students

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University Symphony Orchestra and Sinfonia

Humperdinck: Prelude to "Hänsel und Gretel"

Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis

Mozart: Symphony No. 41, K. 551 "Jupiter"

Sibelius: Finlandia

Groups: Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonia;

Tickets: admission is free

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Graduate Piano Quartet Recital

5:30 PM, Recital Hall

works by:

Beethoven, Martinu, and Schumann

Tickets: admission is free