Sinfonia concertante in E-flat Major,
K. 364, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Mass in C Major, “Coronation,” K. 317, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Comprised of approximately 75 musicians drawn from highly selected students attending the College of Music. Under the direction of Dr. Clay Couturiaux, the orchestra offers its members the opportunity to develop and expand the highest standards of technical and musical playing.
Consist of between 55 and 65 singers and is conducted by Dr. Richard Sparks. This ensemble (formerly the Chamber Choir) will explore a wide variety of repertoire from a cappella to works with instrumental ensemble or orchestra. The University Singers also combine annually with the UNT Grand Chorus to present extended works with orchestra. Recent performances include Verdi and Mozart’s Requiems, Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms, and Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms.
The UNT choral singing program is comprised of eight ensemble opportunities. In addition to participation in the university choirs, students regularly perform with the choruses of the Dallas Opera, Fort Worth Opera, the Dallas Symphony Chorus, Denton Bach Society, Schola Cantorum of Texas, and the Turtle Creek Chorale. A significant number of our students hold positions in professional choirs in the metroplex, including the Dallas Bach Society, Helios, Orchestra of New Spain, and Orpheus Chamber Singers. Learn more....
Includes Symphony and Concert Orchestra. The UNT Orchestral Studies program involves over 175 undergraduate and graduate students and offers performance opportunities for majors and non-majors. Learn more....
1025 seats. The expansive Margot and Bill Winspear Performance Hall has been recognized as one of the finest concert halls in the world. The hall's acoustics, designed by the internationally renowned Christopher Jaffe of Jaffe Holden Scarbrough Acoustics, Inc., are varied with ten acoustical curtains and three vertically adjustable clouds. More...
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The Live Streaming Project
The UNT College of Music began live streaming ensemble performances in 2009 for parents, potential students, and distant colleagues while showing the world-renowned music programs at UNT. The project was featured in the November 2010 issue of Mix Magazine.
Recordings are available to UNT students and faculty for educational use only. Some concerts are available on youtube.
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Main Music Building Room 149
Murchison Performing Arts Center Annex