UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA: University Chamber Players

Moeser Auditorium, Hill Hall 135 E. Cameron Ave., Chapel Hill, NC, United States

University Chamber Players Donald Oehler, Teddy Robie, Mimi Solomon, Stephanie Vial, and Brent Wissick, faculty coaches

Free

University of North Carolina: Flutes in Nature

Person Hall 181 E Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill, United States

FEATURING UNC Flute Studio, students of Dr. Laura Stevens PROGRAM “Flutes in Nature” UNC Flute Studio Spring Recital

Free

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Grafting Rooting Growing

Written and Performed by Leah Ai Ling Woehr Grafting, Rooting, Growing is an autoethnographic solo performance that explores Chinese transnational adoption and Chinese-American identity. In this piece, I interweave family stories, music, and personal reflection as I work through understanding how my daughterhood was performed into being and how this affects my sense of self.

University of North Carolina: UNC Jazz Combos

Moeser Auditorium, Hill Hall 135 E. Cameron Ave., Chapel Hill, NC, United States

UNC Jazz Combos, coached by Stephen Anderson, Dan Davis, Jason Foureman, and Brevan Hampden with guest artist TBA

Free

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Grafting Rooting Growing

Written and Performed by Leah Ai Ling Woehr Grafting, Rooting, Growing is an autoethnographic solo performance that explores Chinese transnational adoption and Chinese-American identity. In this piece, I interweave family stories, music, and personal reflection as I work through understanding how my daughterhood was performed into being and how this affects my sense of self.

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA: Annual 1843 Pleyel Piano Concert

Person Hall 181 E Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill, United States

The Department of Music presents the annual concert featuring the department’s 1843 Pleyel piano. Donated to the Department by Tom Kenan, the restored Pleyel was purchased directly from the Pleyel piano manufacturing company in Paris. Pleyel’s instruments were favorites of Frédéric Chopin and many of his nineteenth-century contemporaries, and reflect a touch and sound quite different from the modern grand piano. Curated by students in Professor Solomon’s MUSC 286 Traveling Through the Ivories class, the concert will feature students and faculty in performances of works contemporary to the Pleyel piano’s creation in 1843.

Free