The “Broadway to Greensboro” program, a partnership between UNCG and Well-Spring, is not only giving students access to Broadway talent, but preparing them for their time in the spotlight too.
School of Dance students Liz Anderson and Tiffany Moss Hale bring together artists to learn from one another, whether their art form is in movement or on paper, with a program they created at the Weatherspoon Art Museum.
UNCG’s renowned art museum brings eclectic works this semester. Internationally acclaimed artists, community members, and UNCG students have contributed to the stories told within Weatherspoon’s walls using photography, paper, and dance.
It looked like a usual music class at UNC Greensboro. Three music students seated on stage, each performing original work as their peers and professor listened. But this time, a different professor was listening – Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jewel.
UNC Greensboro’s University Concert and Lecture Series continues in January with Grammy-nominated singer Jewel who will hold a masterclass with students before her performance.
Avilon Tate’s first performance was in a Community Theatre of Greensboro production of “The Wizard of Oz” at just five years old. Now he’s returning to Oz, but this time on Broadway.
Since middle school, Elena Cousin knew she wanted to keep music in her life. Now, with her recently earned UNC Greensboro music education degree she’s sharing her love of the art with young students in her hometown.
Margaret and Bill Benjamin Faculty fellow Heather Holian will present “Disney Animation Art: From Studio to Screen to Gallery” at the Weatherspoon Art Museum on November 9.
The world-acclaimed musician has performed alongside Sting, Lady Gaga, Barbra Streisand, and other renowned artists. He is the first guest of the 2023-24 University Concert and Lecture Series. Tickets are available to see him at the UNCG Auditorium on November 3.
The magic carpet has taken J. Andrew “Jordan” Speas ‘21 to hundreds of cities in the U.S. and Canada, and on October 31st it will bring him to the Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts in Greensboro.