2013

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On Handel’s Theodora and “Imagining the Past”

Four viols, from Syntagma Musicum by Michael Praetorius, 1614-1620
The Theodora Experience: Sense and Sound from the 18th Century
An Arts@TheCore Panel Discussion
Featuring UNC Music Professor Annegret Fauser
5:30-7:30 PM | January 27
Gerrard Hall
This panel discussion will focus on… Read More >

On The Nutcracker

Nutcracker Carolina Ballet Image 08 - credit Lauren McCay.jpg

Look around the audience at this performance and you will see many young people who are experiencing The Nutcracker for the very first time. It?s a magical production filled with famous classical music, ballet, bejeweled costumes, spectacular sets and mischievous mice! The Nutcracker is the first… Read More >

The Manganiyar Seduction’s Uniting Force

The Manganiyar Seduction

By Meredith Burns
The energy of India was brought to Memorial Hall Monday night during a spirited performance of The Manganiyar Seduction.
Led by director Roysten Abel, the show combined traditional music of the Manganiyars with the visuals of Amsterdam?s Red Light District to create a spectacle of… Read More >

ChocQuibTown’s Latin Fusion

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By Eloisa Berman- Arévalo
By the beginning of the Fall 2013 semester, the word was out among the Latino community at UNC: ChocQuibTown is coming to town! Those of us who had seen them before know that the experience is unforgettable: the powerful integration of hip-hop beats and the magical… Read More >

Pianist András Schiff enlivens Bach’s Goldberg Variations

Oct. 23 at UNC’s Memorial Hall
by Chris Vitiello @chrisvitiello

Photo by Dieter Mayer
Pianists are measured against one another by how they handle benchmark compositions. For instance, with their rigor and accessibility, Johann Sebastian Bach’s Goldberg Variations helped bestow… Read More >

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