College of Music Spotlights
On October 4, enjoy unforgettable love songs, world-class singing and immense fun as David Itkin leads the Symphony Orchestra and talented UNT vocalists in a dazzling concert of Broadway’s most memorable love songs. This gala performance of Americana at its best features beloved songs such as “With a Song in My Heart” and “I’ve Got You Under My Skin.” Ticket prices are $25 for the concert only; and $125 per individual with gala dinner; all proceeds will support student scholarships. For more information on dinner and concert packages, contact Beth Jackson at 940-369-8417.
The International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) is the preeminent annual gathering for computer music practitioners from around the world. Its unique interweaving of professional paper presentations and concerts of new computer music creates a vital synthesis of science, technology and the art of music. September 24–October 2, the College of Music and its Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia (CEMI) host the 41st annual ICMC with the theme, “Looking Back, Looking Forward,” inviting participants to reflect on the innovations, developments and artistic challenges over the past... Read more.
The 51st annual American Liszt Society Festival, held September 16–18 at the UNT College of Music, explores a fascinating, yet not so well known character of Liszt’s music: the dark and often sinister, death-obsessed side, which in his later years became especially prominent. The festival, entitled “Liszt and Damnation,” features a multitude of lectures and events each day with one main concert each evening. On September 16, the Symphony Orchestra performs the Busoni version of the Liszt Totentanz with pianist Joseph Banowetz; and the first act of Wagner’s Die Walküre featuring soprano... Read more.
What: Early Childhood Music Program for children from birth through 5 years old. Parents and guardians participate in the sessions with their children, who experience musical learning through play.
When: Families may register for one of two 10-week sessions held Fridays and Saturdays starting Sept. 18 and 19.
Where: Room 115 in the College of Music Annex, at the corner of Avenue C and Highland in Denton
Cost/Registration: ... Read more.
Musicians and music lovers from around the world will flock to UNT’s College of Music this fall for a variety of concerts, events and international festivals. Classical music, jazz, the best of Broadway and holiday classics are on the program this season starting with the 51st annual American Liszt Festival in September and ending with the popular Sounds of the Holidays concert in December, this year featuring choral music.
Be sure to mark these seven big events on your calendar and check our online calendar for all concerts and events happening at the College of Music... Read more.