School of Music News

Guest Artists to Host Free Concert, Workshop on Nineteenth Century Fortepiano

Fortepiano

Prolific composers Beethoven and Mozart wrote many of their works for the fortepiano, a predecessor of the modern piano, during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Music lovers in modern-day Knoxville can enjoy beautiful sounds from this centuries-old instrument during a concert and workshop at UT on September 26 and 27.

UT has ‘no plans’ for new band director search

Knoxville News Sentinel

The News Sentinel recently highlighted the Pride of the Southland Band and its preparations ahead of this fall’s football season. The band will march under Interim Director Don Ryder. The band also has a few surprises for fans during the season opener against Utah State on August 31. Read the full story here.

Music Student to Perform at Carnegie Hall Friday

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Carson Hayes, a senior music major, will be a featured solo pianist at a special concert at New York’s Carnegie Hall on Friday, April 25. The 8:00 p.m. concert will take place in the Weill Recital Hall. It is part of the InterHarmony International Music Festival’s concert series.