A documentary featuring the Ireland concert tour of the UT Chamber Singers will air on East Tennessee PBS at 3:30 p.m., Sunday.
Angela Batey News
The UT Knoxville Leadership Program provides participants an opportunity to learn about best practices in leadership while enhancing their understanding of the mission and function of the various units on campus. The program began with a three-day retreat in May, where participants discussed developing an authentic leadership style, characteristics of effective leaders, strategies for navigating change, developing a personal brand, and maintaining work/life balance.
The community is invited to come enjoy some friendly competition and music on Saturday, as nine collegiate a cappella groups vie for the chance to advance to the national stage. UT will host the quarterfinal contest of the International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella. The 7:00 p.m. event will be in the Sandra G. Powell Recital Hall of UT’s Natalie L. Haslam Music Center. UT’s all-women’s a cappella group, reVOLution, also will compete.
The College of Arts and Sciences has appointed two new associate deans to enhance the college’s graduate studies and diversity initiatives. Brent Mallinckrodt, professor of psychology, has been appointed associate dean for graduate studies, and Angela Batey, James Cox Professor of Music, has been appointed associate dean for diversity.
The UT Chamber Singers are spending ten days traveling through Ireland and singing in some of the country’s most famous cathedrals. The Chamber Singers will be in Ireland through July 10. Follow their journey through their videos and photographs.
In July, about forty members of the UT Chamber Singers choral ensemble will serenade concert-goers in some of Ireland’s famous cathedrals. But first, they will give the East Tennessee community a chance to enjoy some of the same music at a send-off concert Thursday, June 28. The 8:00 p.m. event, which is free and open to the public, will be at Farragut Presbyterian Church, 209 Jamestowne Blvd.