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UNCG’s Jazz Festival will feature Nash, Gardner

UNCG’s Jazz Festival will feature Nash, Gardner

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Enjoy music, world culture at I-Fest

UNCG’s annual International Festival, I-Fest, takes place Saturday, April 12, along College Avenue. From noon to 5 p.m., performers will share traditional dances and music, ranging from South…Read More >

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Daedalus Quartet, “exceptionally refined young ensemble,” to perform April 7

They’ve been called “an exceptionally refined young ensemble with a translucent sound” by The New Yorker, with playing of “such security, technical finish, interpretive unity…Read More >

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Greensboro Dance Film Festival set for April 4

Robin Gee and Duane Cyrus, both associate dance professors at UNCG, will present the Greensboro Dance Film Festival, Friday, April 4, 2014, at 7 p.m. in…Read More >


UNCG alumnus Chris Chalk in Best Picture Oscar film

The film “Twelve Years a Slave” received the Best Picture award at the 2014 Academy Awards on Sunday evening. Chris Chalk, a 2001 alumnus of…Read More >


Haines jazzed for March 27 concert

Can you imagine Steve Haines, music professor and veteran jazz man, not playing jazz? Sort of like imagining Virginia Woolf not writing novels or Martin…Read More >

Carolina Film Festival back at UNCG, features two UNCG alumni

The 36th Carolina Film Festival is being held at UNCG’s Elliott University Center through March 1, as reported by the News & Record and YES!…Read More >

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Gee’s new dance concert explores notions of ‘home’

Robin Gee, associate professor of dance, spent six months last year studying dance and music in Burkina Faso, a small country in French-speaking West Africa….Read More >

Carolina Film and Video Festival celebrates 36th year

UNCG’s Carolina Film and Video Festival (CFVF), in its 36th year, is the longest-running student-run film festival in North Carolina. This year’s festival widens its…Read More >

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Faithful Theatre adaptation serves Jane (Austen) up plain

Jane Austen’s novels have seen a renaissance in recent years, with a flood of adaptations, some, like the Bridget Jones movies, only loosely based on…Read More >

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Leading mobile app Banjo firm founded by UNCG graduate

UNCG graduate Damien Patton is the founder and CEO of Banjo, the social discovery app that has become one of the leaders in the industry….Read More >

UNCG’s ‘The Late, Great Bach’ is back

If you think a little late-night Bach is the right way to end a week, you’re in luck. Starting the last Friday of this month,…Read More >

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Locke awarded Marion Stedman Covington Distinguished Professorship in Music

Dr. John Locke, director of bands and conductor of the UNCG Wind Ensemble, has been awarded the Marion Stedman Covington Distinguished Professorship in Music. Established…Read More >