The Women’s and Men’s Ensembles of the UNG Chorale will present their virtual concert Thursday, November 19 at 7:30 pm. The ensembles will be conducted by Dr. Lauren Ringwall and will perform works by Randall Thompson, Praetorius, Byrd, Vijay Singh and others. They will be accompanied by Dr. Jose Garcia. A link for the performance can be found on the events calendar of the UNG Music Department Website and we encourage you to pre-register your attendance for the event.
A Little Night(hawk) Concert series returns for the 2020-2021 concert season on Monday, October 5 at 7:30 PM with a program presented by UNG faculty member, Dr. Serena Scibelli. Entitled “Reflection,” Dr. Scibelli will present a series of old and new compositions written for solo violin. This music was an essential part of her quarantine during the pandemic and helped her to stay connected with composers and her instrument. These selections served as a way for her to reflect about her feelings and the need to stay artistically active in such unique time. The program will feature the premiere five new compositions and will culminate with the release of her solo album at the end of 2020. A link to Dr. Scibelli’s ALNM performance may be found on the events calendar of the UNG Music Department Website and we encourage you to pre-register your attendance for the event.
___ “Reflection: serious and careful thought, something that shows, expresses, or is a result of something. But also, the image of something in a mirror or on any reflective surface, the return of light, heat, sound, or energy.”
University of North Georgia Department of Music
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The University of North Georgia Department of Music is pleased to present a virtual recital by guest violinist Dr. Josh Holritz.
Dr. Holritz will be presenting a virtual recital in which he explores two unaccompanied works by composers J.S. Bach and Lera Auerbach. The Partita No. 2 in d minor (BWV 1004) by Bach is arguably his most well-known composition for solo violin. It’s mighty final movement, the Chaconne, reveals Bach’s undeniable genius as an artist. Auerbach’s similarly titled work, Par.ti.ta, brings Bach and the Baroque style to the 21st century. Her unique harmonic language is simultaneously accessible and abrasive with musical thought and character that run the full gamut of emotional experience.
Dr. Holritz performance will be broadcast on Wednesday, September 30 at 7:30pm. A link for the performance may be found below as well as on the events calendar of the UNG Music Department Website. We encourage you to pre-register your attendance for the event.
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