Founded in January 2016, The UNT Chinese Ensemble is the first Chinese ensemble established at a Texas university. Directed by renowned pipa soloist and traditional Chinese music director, Yuxin Mei, the ensemble uses Chinese instruments and plays in the traditional "Silk Bamboo" style. The UNT Chinese Ensemble was invited to perform for the Society for Ethnomusicology Southern Plains Conference in 2016. As the Special Performance Guest, they will perform at the Asian Festival in San Antonio, 2017 and will give a performance at the Houston Traditional Chinese Music Spring Concert in May, 2017. In summer 2017, the UNT Chinese Ensemble will perform at the Muse Festival both in Los Angeles and Beijing (invited by the China Conservatory).
What: A free performance by Roomful of Teeth, the Grammy-winning vocal ensemble and artist-in-residence at the University of North Texas for 2016-17.
When: 8 p.m. Oct. 17 (Monday)
Where: Paul Voertman Concert Hall, located in the Music Building at 415 Avenue C, Denton.
Cost: Free, but interested guests are asked to reserve their seats at http://www.thempac.com.
Parking: Free parking will be available in lots 4 and 26.
- The deadline for entries is 11:59 p.m. January 20, 2017.
- Essays to be submitted must be uploaded as a PDF.
- No paper or hard-copy submissions will be accepted.
Please completely fill out the form below in order to submit your essay for final review.
Nick and Anna Ricco, long-time UNT donors, created an ethics scholarship competition in 2011. It is open to all students in the 13 colleges and schools at the University of North Texas.
The University of North Texas College of Music is celebrating 70 years of jazz by offering free evening and lunchtime jazz performances in the University Union Syndicate, 1155 Union Circle.
The free weekly concerts are open to the UNT community and the general public. Performances will showcase the UNT College of Music's variety of jazz ensembles at noon on Thursdays and Fridays and 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The One O'Clock Lab Band will kick off the first Wednesday night and Thursday lunchtime events.
The Tuesday at 9 p.m. schedule includes:
Music majors not currently holding a music award - please contact your major professor/area coordinator to inquire about award opportunities and requirements, then follow the application instructions below.
To renew your award(s), please follow the instructions below.
Current Music Major Award Application Process:
-Music Tours: Offered during the fall and spring semesters when classes are in session. Music tours begin with a presentation by an admissions staff member which includes an overview of the admission, application, audition and scholarship procedures. Following the presentation, a Music Ambassador will guide the group on a walking tour of our facilities. The walking portion of the tour includes sitting in on ensemble rehearsals, as available.