12 Oct 2023
Lincoln, Neb.--The Glenn Korff School of Music’s Symphonic Band will perform on Thursday, Oct. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Westbrook Music Building Rm. 130 with a simulcast in Rm. 119. The concert is free and open to the public. It will also be available for remote webcast. Visit https://music.unl.edu/webcasts the day of the concert for the link.
11 Oct 2023
Lincoln, Neb.--Jamie Reimer, the Richard H. Larson Distinguished Professor of Music (voice) in the Glenn Korff School of Music, has been selected as one of eight performers and the only singer to perform on the International Alliance for Women in Music (IAWM) annual concert at the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp in Belgium on Nov. 4.
11 Oct 2023
Lincoln, Neb.— Christine Hult-Lewis, the interim pictorial curator at the Bancroft Library, the special collections library at the University of California Berkeley, will present the next Hixson-Lied Visiting Artist Lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 25 at 5:30 p.m. in Richards Hall Rm. 15. Her lecture, titled “A New Kind of Evidence: Landscape Photography in the Courtroom in the American West,” is free and open to the public.
09 Oct 2023
Lincoln, Neb.--Guest artist Vanessa Cornett will be in residence in the Glenn Korff School of Music Oct. 23-25 and will offer a series of presentations for faculty, advisors/mentors and the greater UNL community on managing academic anxiety and improving well-being.
Cornett is professor of piano and piano pedagogy at the University of St. Thomas and the author of the book, “The Mindful Musician: Mental Skills for Peak Performance.” She has published widely on topics related to performance anxiety management, contemplative practices and the mental well-being of musicians.
05 Oct 2023
Interdisciplinary UNL research team re-imagines decommissioned missile silo through storytelling, emerging technologies
Lincoln, Neb.--Thanks to a Grand Challenges grant, an interdisciplinary team of student and faculty researchers at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is re-imagining a decommissioned Atlas-F missile silo near Seward, Nebraska, into the Ice Coring and Education Silo Center. Upon its completion, the facility would be the first facility of its kind in the world.
04 Oct 2023
Lincoln, Neb.--Lina Maria Luisa Marin-Diaz, a first year D.M.A. student in piano performance in the Glenn Korff School of Music studying with Professor of Piano Mark Clinton, won 4th prize at the 20th Concurso Nacionales De Piano (National Piano Competition) in Colombia.
04 Oct 2023
Lincoln, Neb.--Guest artist Kevin Lawrence, violin, presents “An American Program” on Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Westbrook Recital Hall Rm. 119. The concert is free and open to the public.
The concert will also be live webcast. Visit https://music.unl.edu/webcasts the evening of the performance for the link. He will be joined on the program by Glenn Korff School of Music faculty members Tom Larson, Hans Sturm and Paul Barnes.
29 Sep 2023
Lincoln, Neb.--The Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts is accepting nominations from alumni and friends for our Alumni Board awards to be given to outstanding alumni, students and supporters of the college.
All awards will be presented at the College Honors Day program on Friday, April 26, 2024.
The nomination form and additional information is available at http://go.unl.edu/fpaalumawards.
. Nominations are due by Friday, Dec. 8. A list of previous recipients is also available at the website.
29 Sep 2023 By Leslie Reed, University Communication and Marketing
Lincoln, Neb.--During a 10-day stay on the Pine Ridge Reservation in late July and early August, four University of Nebraska–Lincoln students led a summer camp to teach reservation youth how to write, film and edit the stories they want to tell.
In turn, the university students, all enrolled in the selective Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts, learned about the history, culture and landscape of the Pine Ridge Reservation and the Lakota people who live there.
29 Sep 2023 By Kristina Jackson, University Communication and Marketing
Lincoln, Neb.--Bright lights entered small town Nebraska for a project led by a team from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
About a dozen Husker students served on the crew for a short film written and directed by Richard Endacott, professor of cinema and screenwriting. Endacott said giving students hands-on experience working alongside professionals gave them insight into all aspects of production.