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Faculty, students bring their talents to UNT on the Square

Students and faculty from the University of North Texas’ College of Music will perform classical, jazz, world and other genres this fall as part of the Thursday Night Music series at UNT on the Square

The performances take place from 7 to 9 p.m. each Thursday through Oct. 29 at UNT on the Square, 109 N. Elm St.

The series has attracted visitors from Denton’s historic downtown square who may not otherwise visit the gallery, said Herbert Holl, director of the Institute for the Advancement of the Arts, the creative arm of UNT that runs UNT on the Square.

“It continues to make the point that although we are a gallery, we’re not exclusively a gallery,” Holl said. “We have programs representing all of the arts, plus other disciplines.”

Visitors can listen to the music while exploring the gallery’s exhibitions. “Fulfillment Center,” displaying works inspired by India by Susan Cheal, associate professor of drawing and painting at UNT, runs until Sept. 22. The CVAD Alumni Exhibition, featuring pieces by graduates of UNT’s College of Visual Arts and Design, will be shown from Oct. 9-28.

Schedule of remaining events:

Sept. 24:

7-8 p.m. – Oak Trio, consisting of UNT jazz students                 

8-9 p.m. – Brandon Moore Quartet, consisting of UNT jazz students

Oct. 1:

7-8 p.m. – UNT music students performing Emilio Mesa’s “Constructed Reality” Project

8-9 p.m. – UNT music students performing Afro-Peruvian Music

Oct. 8:

7-8 p.m. – UNT music students performing music for two flutes with guitar and piano

8-9 p.m. – Felix Olschofka, associate professor of violin, and students performing violin

Oct. 15:                 

7-8 p.m. – Freestyle jazz band Chordless Quartet, consisting of UNT music students

8-9 p.m. – Free/avant garde improvisation ensemble, consisting of UNT music students

Oct. 22:

7-8 p.m. – Students of Carol Wilson, professor of voice, performing songs by 20th and 21st Century American composers

8-9 p.m. – UNT L5 and Super 400 Jazz Guitar Ensembles, consisting of UNT students and faculty

Oct. 29:

7-9 p.m. – Students of Grammy-nominated Jennifer Lane, associate professor of voice, performing classical vocal music

- Jessica DeLeón, University Relations, Communications and Marketing

Posted on: Fri 18 September 2015

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