Spring 2015 Concert Season Delights Audiences
The UNT College of Music's spring 2015 season brings internationally renowned performers to work with students and faculty, allowing audiences to reap the benefits of world-class concerts. The season also highlights outstanding voice faculty and student performers and the strength of the college's top ensembles and student musicians.
Early Childhood Music Classes Begin
The UNT Early Childhood Program provides children a rich musical environment in which they can "play with music."
UNT Acquires Gene Puerling Collection
The UNT College of Music has received music written by Grammy-winning vocal arranger and renowned vocalist, the late Gene Puerling, along with musical scores, instrumental arrangements and other memorabilia from Puerling’s widow, Helen.
Alumna Ashleigh Smith wins prestigious Sassy Award
The second time was the charm for Ashleigh Smith ('11), who won the prestigious Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition in 2014 after being named first runner-up in 2012. The unique contest is designed to propel the career of an up-and-coming female vocalist to new heights.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra Announces DSO on the GO: Denton
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO) announces its return to Denton for a classical concert on April 2, 2015. DSO on the GO is generously supported by TACA (The Arts Community Alliance), the National Endowment for the Arts and The Ebby Halliday Companies. The University of North Texas College of Music is excited to welcome the DSO back to UNT.