Century-ism a Century Later
The Huffington Post, May 10, 2013
Perhaps you have noticed that 2013 is the centenary of the premiere
of Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring. Next year there will be much thought
given to the one hundredth anniversary of the outbreak of World War I. One hundred is a good number, since it parses time into a unit that
is just beyond our life span and yet we can touch it in our lives
through our personal intersection in our youth with older people. We
artists can occasionally achieve the death-defying act of skipping an
The New Releases Show with David Mellor: 27 April 2013
Classic fM, April 27, 2013
Choice for the very Curious
Korngold: Maiden in the Bridal Chamber
Much Ado about Nothing, Op.11: Complete Incidental Music
University of North Carolina School of the Arts Drama Soloists and Symphony Orchestra
Going Back to the Source: How the 1983 Revival of On Your Toes Set the Stage for Encores!
Playbill.com, May 4, 2013
Roger and Hart's On Your Toes is, in some ways, the grandfather of Encores! Rodgers & Hammerstein president and executive director Ted Chaplin traces its lineage. Here's the tale: Shortly after I got to the Rodgers & Hammerstein office in the early 1980s, John Mauceri called.
UNC School of the Arts' John Mauceri Conducts Final Concert as Chancellor
88.5 WFDD, April 21, 2013
On June 30, 2013 world-renowned conductor, educator, John Mauceri will step down as UNC School of the Arts Chancellor, but he’s certainly going out with a bang. On
Saturday, April 27 at 7:30 pm in the Stevens Center he’ll conduct the
UNCSA Symphony Orchestra in a whopper of a concert—his last as
The Huffington Post, April 1, 2013
Tonight, as I write this, I am thinking of an event that took place 70
year ago right now. People were slowly wandering in to the St. James
Theater. As Agnes DeMille remembered, "The audience was a regular
Theatre Guild opening night: spotty, dull, jaded. I had eight front row
balcony seats, and I couldn't fill them. And the press wasn't that good.
It was mixed. Four days later, I found myself in the middle of a
volcano. What happened? A New York reporter told me, " The biggest hit
of the 20th Century!" . . .
Oscars 2013: Conductor John Mauceri Applauds the Nominated Scores
The Los Angeles Times, February 23, 2013
When the Academy Award for original score is announced Sunday night, there will
be joy and disappointment — and Monday morning quarterbacking.
Verdi by the Numbers
The Huffington Post, February 16, 2013
A small blip in the history of opera occurred this week in Bilbao, Spain. It occurred a few seconds after the curtain came down on the dress rehearsal of Verdi's 1855 French opera, les Vêpres siciliennes. ...
Music and the DNA of War
The Huffington Post, December 31, 2012
New York's 2012-2013 classical music season got off to its official start recently with three concerts. Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic performed a program that included the Schoenberg "Piano Concerto," and Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony performed Carl Orff's Carmina Burana on one program and a second program that featured Ottorino Respighi's Feste Romane. It is 67 years after the end of World War II, and it is that war, and all it did to shape our musical lives...
Merry Christmas, Walt!
The Huffington Post, December 21, 2012
Merry Christmas, Walt! During this Christmas Season, I could not help but notice that The New York Times' default metaphor for anything a critic finds objectionable in the arts is none other than Walt Disney. It is as if Uncle Walt was the anti-Christ of Art. When his name appeared once again the other day, I stopped to think about what that might mean. ...
Who's Your Favorite Living Composer?
The Huffington Post, November 13, 2012
Who's your favorite living composer? That seemed to be a fairly innocuous question, posed two weeks ago to a group of high school music students at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts over lunch in the cafeteria. ...
What's killing opera?
The Huffington Post, August 22, 2012
In a purposely-provocative piece in the New York Times ("How Hollywood Villains Are Killing Opera" -- August 17, 2011) Zachary Woolfe writes passionately about the doldrums in which opera finds itself these days in America. ...
(UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri is now blogging for The Huffington Post. This is Chancellor Mauceri’s first post. Check out his author archive which includes a bio and headshot: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-mauceri/)
Marvin Hamlisch was top of the pops
The Jewish Daily Forward, August 8, 2012
When the much-honored screen and stage composer Marvin Hamlisch died suddenly and unexpectedly on August 6, he was serving or had served as principal pops conductor for orchestras in Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Dallas, Pasadena, Seattle and San Diego. ... Which conductor can possibly fill his shoes as purveyor of sweet-sounding aural lollipops? One of Hamlisch’s contemporaries, who has been performing light music for decades, is conductor John Mauceri, a Leonard Bernstein protégé, who is currently the Chancellor of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and who led the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra from 1991 to 2006. ...
Milestones for July 30
Winston-Salem Journal, July 30, 2012
John Mauceri, chancellor at UNC School of the Arts, has received an award from the Association of Yale Alumni. ...
UNCSA Chancellor Mauceri to conduct concerts worldwide
Winston-Salem Journal, June 20, 2012
John Mauceri, the chancellor UNC School of the Arts, will conduct several concerts around the world in the coming months, school officials announced. ...
Music that gets John Mauceri moving
Los Angeles Times, June 16, 2012
In a special to the Los Angeles Times, Chancellor John Mauceri discusses the music he enjoys while running, including Sir John Barbirolli's complete symphonies of Jean Sibelius and George and Ira Gershwin's "Strike Up the Band."
THROUGH 4/8: Much Ado About Nothing - Superb Acting, Spectacular Music by Korngold
Classical Voice of North Carolina (CVNC), April 5, 2012
Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s score of the incidental music for a 1918 Viennese production of the popular Shakespeare comedy, Much Ado about Nothing, has been resuscitated by Maestro John Mauceri, Chancellor of the prestigious University of North Carolina School of the Arts, making this the North American premiere of Korngold’s score.. ...
'Much Ado About Nothing' revives symphonic drama
Winston-Salem Journal, April 1, 2012
Great composers such as Felix Mendelssohn, Jean Sibelius and Edvard Grieg contributed to a genre called "symphonic drama," according to program notes for the UNCSA performance, which John Mauceri, also UNCSA's chancellor, is conducting.. ...
UNC School of the Arts Opens BABBITT, 4/4; MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, 3/29
BroadwayWorld.com, March 29, 2012
"Only at a university such as ours can a weekend of ground-breaking stage productions such as these be fully realized," said UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri, a world-renowned conductor with Grammy, Tony and Emmy awards to his credit. "With conservatories of drama, music, design & production, dance, and filmmaking, UNCSA has the unique capability to bring its expertise to bear on creating historically significant performances." ...
Score one for the Bard
Winston-Salem Journal, March 25, 2012
Beginning Thursday, college seniors at UNC School of the Arts will present the first American performances of "Much Ado" to use Korngold's score in a fully staged production. John Mauceri, UNCSA's chancellor, will conduct, recalling a time when the best composers in Europe wrote incidental music for plays, many by Shakespeare. ...
Scene & Heard
Winston-Salem Journal, March 18, 2012
The ballroom at Embassy Suites was filled with world-class talent on Friday night during a tribute dinner for Robert Ward. Ward, an internationally recognized composer, won the Pulitzer Prize for "The Crucible" and served as chancellor at UNC School of the Arts from 1967 to 1974. . . . John Mauceri, the current chancellor for UNCSA, and Frank Dickerson, the executive director for Piedmont Opera, spoke about Ward's long and impressive career and about his contributions to the Winston-Salem community. ...
UNCSA presents Much Ado About Nothing
88.5 WFDD: Triad Arts Up Close, March 15, 2012
Korngold champion, and University of NC School of the Arts Chancellor John Mauceri will conduct the American premiere performed by members of UNCSA’s Schools of Drama and Music March 29-April 7, with evening performances at 8:00pm and weekend matinees at 2:00pm in the Agnes de Mille Theatre on the UNCSA campus in Winston-Salem. ... [Part 2]
Dr. Robert Ward
88.5 WFDD: Triad Arts Up Close, March 14, 2012
Last year Robert Ward was the recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Opera Honors. He was presented the award by current UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri. ... [Part 2]
Announcements in Brief: American Premiere
Korngold-Society.org, March 2012
The University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) presents Shakespeare's "MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING" with ERICH WOLFGANG KORNGOLD'S COMPLETE INCIDENTAL MUSIC New Edition of Korngold's Score Prepared by Schott Music in Collaboration with World-Renowned Conductor and UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri.
Korngold's Music to Much Ado About Nothing in American Premiere at University of North Carolina School of the Arts
European American Music (EAM) Distributors Company, Feb. 28, 2012
With a run of eight performances opening on March 29, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts presents the US premiere of Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s complete incidental music to Much Ado About Nothing conducted by John Mauceri. ...
All Classical Public Media: The Score with Edmund Stone, Jan. 28, 2012
Edmund stone uses comments from Chancellor John Mauceri's earlier interview on this episode of "The Score."
A Conversation with John Mauceri [.mp3]
All Classical Public Media: The Score with Edmund Stone, Nov. 19, 2011
Edmund Stone speaks with UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri. To listen, right click on the link and select "Save As." Republished with permission of All Classical Public Media and The Score with Edmund Stone.
State of the Arts
Carolina Business Review, Nov. 4, 2011
As Chancellor of the smallest campus in the UNC system, John Mauceri oversees one of the most unusual universities in the nation. Programs at the UNC School of the Arts, which include high school students studying alongside college undergrads and graduate students, are constantly seeking creative solutions to shrinking budgets. ...
UNCSA Chancellor to Conduct National Symphony at Kennedy Center
Winston-Salem Business Inc. Blog, Sept. 6, 2011
Mauceri to lead orchestra at Kennedy Center to commemorate 9/11
Winston-Salem Journal, Sept. 4, 2011
Review: Fantasia at the Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles Magazine, August 25, 2011
Last week brought two phenomena back to the Hollywood Bowl: Walt Disney’s Fantasia and conductor John Mauceri. Fantasia is of course the animated feature set to classical music and produced
by Walt Disney in the 1940s. Mauceri is the Founding Director of the
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.
Kennedy Center announces guests for its September 11 rememberence concert
The Washington Post, Aug. 18, 2011
The evening on September 8 will feature opera singer Denyce
Graves, country singer Emmylou
Harris, jazz artist Wynton
Marsalis and the National Symphony Orchestra. John Mauceri will
conduct the NSO.
Stars Sign Letter Protesting City Opera's Move
The New York Times, July 12, 2011
Chancellor John Mauceri is among the signatories listed.
Bernard Herrmann: 100th Birthday Celebration
WQXR, June 29, 2011
Guests include Hollywood Bowl Orchestra conductor John Mauceri, Bernard Herrmann's daughter and writer Dorothy Herrmann, composer Rob Schwimmer, and Josh Waletzky, director of the Academy Award-nominated documentary Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann.
ON THE RECORD: The Gershwins' 1930 Version of Strike Up the Band and Barbara Carroll's Latest CD
Playbill.com, June 28, 2011
Strike Up the Band, in the 1930 version on this new release, sounds pert and fresh and plays well; which is perhaps why the show was a hit, the second time around. The personnel is the same, with John Mauceri conducting.
School of the Arts chancellor releases Gershwin recording
newsobserver.com blogs: Campus Notes, June 24, 2011
The Readers' Forum: Friday Letters
Winston-Salem Journal, June 3, 2011
'Arts reporting' contributed by Chancellor John Mauceri
'Oklahoma!,' As It Looked in '43, Gets recreation by Mauceri and De Lappe in NC April 28-May 8
Yahoo! / Playbill, May 12, 2011
The Readers' Forum: Monday Letters
Winston-Salem Journal, May 9, 2011
UNC-TV, April 28, 2011
Chancellor John Mauceri is interviewed during a behind-the-scenes look at UNCSA's upcoming production of Oklahoma!. Segment begins at 11:20.
Oklahoma! in Winston-Salem
WXII, April 26, 2011
Oklahoma! at 7:25
WGHP My Fox 8 Morning News, April 25, 2011
University of North Carolina School of the Arts presents Oklahoma!
88.5 WFDD: Triad Arts Up Close, April 20, 2011
When is Film Music Classical?
Gramophone, April, 2011
Cinema was never silent. ...
NC Now: Oklahoma!
UNC-TV, March 30, 2011
Chancellor John Mauceri is interviewed about UNCSA's upcoming production of Oklahoma! Clip begins at 10:20.
Senator Peter S. Brunstetter's Newsletter
March 10, 2011
enjoyed visiting with Chancellor John Mauceri, from the UNC School of the Arts, who is one
of my favorites, as well as a large group of nursing students from Forsyth Tech. ...
UNCSA closer to meeting endowment goals
Winston-Salem Journal, February 17, 2011
John Mauceri, UNCSA's chancellor, told the school's trustees Wednesday that the school has raised $3.5 million for the endowment.
An Evening in Hollywood*
OBYEN.DK, November 20, 2010
*published with permission
WQXR's Arts File: An Alternative Look at Wagner's Ring Cycle
WQXR 105.9 FM, October 9, 2010
In this week's Arts File on WQXR, WNYC's Kerry Nolan speaks to John Mauceri, who has worked with Wagner's music throughout his career as a conductor and orchestra director. ...
Chancellor gets music honor
Raleigh News & Observer, August 1, 2010
John Mauceri, chancellor of the UNC School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, was recognized in the June issue of the U.K.-based Gramophone magazine. The publication asked 35 musicians to select the 250 greatest recordings of all time. ...
Magazine honors Mauceri recording
Winston-Salem Journal, July 4, 2010
How Wagner Called Hollywood's Tune
The New York Times, July 2, 2010
John Mauceri, who as founding director of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra conducted plenty of film music — and who during his eight years with Leipzig’s Gewandhaus Orchestra also conducted plenty of Wagner —
Idea of the Day Blog
The New York Times, July 2, 2010
Underscoring Richard Wagner's influence on film music
Los Angeles Times, June 17, 2010
School of Arts Chancellor Mauceri directs Hollywood stars, including Cruise, Holmes
The Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area, May 14, 2010
University of North Carolina School of the Arts: Mahler's Symphony No. 2
88.5 WFDD, April 13, 2010
UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri sheds light on Gustav Mahler the man and his music with TAUC host David Ford.
Tackling Mahler: Symphony a showcase opportunity
Winston-Salem Journal, April 13, 2010
Chancellor John Mauceri will conduct the Mahler performance.
Anne Midgette reviews the National Opera's 'Porgy and Bess' conducted by UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri
The Washington Post, March 22, 2010
A Music Scholar Offers Plenty of Somethin' to Opera Fans
The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 18, 2010
John Mauceri discussing George Gershwin and his work
John Mauceri, Conductor for 'Porgy and Bess'
Georgetowner , March 17, 2010
UNCSA chancellor to conduct opera at Kennedy Center
Winston-Salem Journal, March 14, 2010
UNCSA to play prominent role in Kennedy Center's "Porgy and Bess"
The Chronicle, March 4, 2010
(UNCSA) Chancellor John Mauceri will conduct the Gershwin classic "Porgy and Bess" from March 20 to April 3 at the Washington National Opera (WNO) at the Kennedy Center.
Chancellor Mauceri on UNC-TV's North Carolina Now
Feb. 8, 2010
Emerging Issues Forum aims to spark business creativity
News 14 Carolina, Feb. 7, 2010
Chancellor Mauceri addresses the arts and creativity
Artistically and economically, arts school is valuable
Raleigh News and Observer, Feb. 2, 2010
Chancellor John Mauceri responds to Jan. 18, 2010, op-ed "Lofty subsidies for arts education" by Max Borders.
University of North Carolina School of the Arts
Blog post from N.C. Senator Pete Brunstetter, Jan. 22, 2010
Mauceri leads orchestra through Hollywood scores
Raleigh News and Observer, Nov. 21, 2009
Viennese Composers in Hollywood
89.9 WDAV Classical Public Radio , Nov. 20, 2009 Chancellor John Mauceri discusses Korngold, Schoenberg, and their influence on film music in Hollywood, from the time of World War II until today.
UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri
88.5 WFDD Triad Arts Up Close, Nov. 19, 2009
Listen to David Ford with Chancellor Mauceri on WFDD's Triad Up Close.
Sound of Movies: UNCSA chancellor will conduct works of 2 key Hollywood composers
Winston-Salem Journal, Nov. 15, 2009
Symphony goes Hollywood
Raleigh News and Observer, Nov. 15, 2009
Biscuits and Bach
89.9 WDAV Classical Public Radio, Sunday, Nov. 8, 2009
Rachel Stewart interviews Chancellor Mauceri on his breakfast traditions..
Williams, Mauceri Score at Walt Disney Concert Hall
The Film Music Society, Oct. 23, 2009
UNCSA Chancellor to Conduct Hollywood Bowl Orchestra
Business Leader, Oct. 19, 2009
Disney music to be performed at Disney Hall
Los Angeles Times, Oct. 18, 2009
Chancellor John Mauceri makes his Disney Hall debut.
UNCSA Chancellor Announces Leonard Bernstein Award Winner
Business Leader, June 18, 2009
John Mauceri quoted in the Feb. 20, 2009, issue of The New York Times "Under Subway, Broadway Hums Bernstein"
Metropolitan Diary from The New York Times, January, 11, 2009
Step inside the UNCSA chancellor's loft, Winston-Salem Monthly, January 2009
The chancellor scored a big “smackdown” on the London Guardian (newspaper) music critic this afternoon live on New York public radio, WNYC! The show was “Soundcheck.” You can listen to the entire show by clicking the link. May 20, 2008
Chancellor Mauceri's interview in "Is Movie Music the News Classical?" in the November/December 2008 issue of Symphony, The Magazine of the League of Amercan Orchestras
Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony will be performed Sunday at Grove Park Inn,
Hendersonville Times-News, November 18, 2008
Legendary Hollywood columnists Army Archerd blogs about Chancellor Mauceri and NCSA in Vienna, Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Excerpt of Detroit Symphony concert review from the Jan. 13, 2007, Detroit Free Press, by Mark Stryker:
"An exploration of the way in which composers frame and manipulate time, the program bristles with invention, connecting the dots between Richard Wagner, Maurice Ravel and contemporary voices like Philip Glass, Gyorgy Ligeti and Duke Ellington. The program also features tap dancer Savion Glover, the eighth wonder of the world, who solos during Ellington's ballet 'The River' with such a virtuoso command of syncopation that on Thursday he didn't so much stop time as stop the world." Conducted by John Mauceri, the program included Wagner's Act 1 Prelude from "Das Rheingold"; Glass's "Suite from The Hours"; Ligeti's "Atmospheres" (1961), and Ravel's "Bolero." Notes Stryker: "Mauceri led mostly confident performances of all of these works, and the projected video images of the orchestras that are part of the Classics Unmasked concept were more helpful than usual."
Nashville Symphony's recording of Gershwin's Porgy and Bess, John Mauceri conducting, makes Top 10 Classical Boxed Sets of 2006: "Box It Up" by John Von Rhein, Chicago Tribune, Dec. 10, 2006
"Mauceri's conducting is fine ... ."
David Patrick Stearns, Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 17, 2006: "This is the recording I've been waiting for."
Jay Nordlinger, The New York Sun, Sept. 26, 2006: "Mr. Mauceri conducts with enthusiasm and heart ... ."
Read a review of Maestro Mauceri at the Chicago Lyric Opera, where he conducts Gounod's Romeo et Juliette through Dec. 19, 2006: "Romeo and Juliet light up the Lyric," Chicago Tribune, Nov. 22, 2006
"Conductor John Mauceri kept his fine orchestra buoyantly attuned to the beating hearts of the young lovers ... ."
Read John Mauceri's article titled "Did You Hear That? The challenge of programming concerts lies in how we really listen" in the November/December 2006 issue of Symphony, The Magazine of the American Symphony Orchestra League.
Read a review of Maestro Mauceri at the Hollywood Bowl
Hear Chacellor Mauceri’s interview on 89.3 KPCC Southern California Public Radio
Audio is in RealAudio format. Get the RealAudio player
See photo of John Mauceri and Carlos Santana in June 27 issue of Daily Variety
Read about John Mauceri in “At the Bowl/L.A.’s Iconic Summer Venue Undergoes Some Major Changes While Never Losing Sight of Its Fabled Hollywood History,” by David Mermelstein in Symphony, The Magazine of the American Symphony Orchestra League’s July/August 2006 issue.
“Many conductors these days speak from the podium. Few, if any, manage the mixture of plain talk, humor, and erudition that has become Mauceri’s trademark.”
Winston-Salem Journal article
Philanthropy Journal notice
Army Archerd Variety column
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to Deliver Two Upcoming Public Lectures
- UNCSA's Oklahoma! Wins National Award
- Mauceri Announces Plans to Step Down as UNCSA Chancellor, Effective June 30, 2013
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to conduct in Europe and South America
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri Receives Award from Association of Yale Alumni
- UNC School of the Arts to Unveil Double Premieres Over One Weekend, April 5-7 / World Premiere of David Rambo’s “Babbitt,” Adapted from the Novel by Sinclair Lewis and American Premiere of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” with Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s Complete Score, Conducted by Chancellor John Mauceri
- UNCSA to Present American Premiere of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing with Erich Wolfgang Korngold's Complete Score (Viel Lärmen um Nichts) / New Edition of Score Prepared by Schott Music in Collaboration with World-Renowned Conductor and UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri
- UNCSA Chancellor Appears in Documentary Celebrating 50th Anniversary of West Side Story Film / John Mauceri Was Musical Director of 2007 All-School Production Which Marked 50th Anniversary of Hit Broadway Musical
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to Conduct "A Fine Romance" on Oct. 15 for Motion Picture & Television Fund
- Kennedy Center's 9/11 Tribute, Featuring the National Symphony Orchestra Conducted by UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri, to be Livestreamed on Facebook / Other UNCSA connections to the event include alumni who are in the orchestra and directing the webcast
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to Conduct The National Symphony Orchestra at The Kennedy Center / Event on Sept. 8 To Commemorate 10th Anniversary of Sept. 11
- Reviews of The Hollywood Bowl Orchstra, Conducted by Chancellor John Mauceri / In Walt Disney's "Fantasia"
- Walt Disney's Fantasia Comes to The Hollywood Bowl with The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Led by UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri / Friday & Saturday, August 19 & 20, 2011, at 8:30 p.m., Sunday, August 21, 2011, at 7:30 p.m.
- UNCSA Chancellor, Alumni and Faculty Member Re-Create Hamlet at Aspen Music Festival / John Mauceri Conducted World Concert Premiere of Shostakovich Score with North Carolina Symphony in 2008
- Studio Recording Conducted by UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri Released this Week / "Strike Up the Band" Recording Was "20 Years in the Making"
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri To Appear at Event Celebrating Life of Film Composer Bernard Herrmann / Presented by WQXR, The Classical Music Station of NYC
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri Featured as Contributor in Gramophone Magazine / Magazine Also Touts Two of His Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Recordings as Among "Ten Great Studio Re-Creations of Classic Movie Soundtracks"
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to Conduct at the Hollywood Bowl / Performances of Walt Disney's "Fantasia," in August
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to Conduct in Spain, Denmark
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to Conduct "A Fine Romance" for Motion Picture & Television Fund on May 1 Hugh Jackman to Host
- UNCSA Contributes Talent to Grand Opening Festival of N.C. Museum of Art in Raleigh, April 21, 2010
- UNCSA to Present Mahler's Towering Symphony No. 2, THE RESURRECTION, on April 17 Chancellor John Mauceri to Conduct the 100-Piece UNCSA Symphony Orchestra and A Chorus of 125 Community Members and Students from UNC Campuses, April 1, 2010
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to Conduct at the Kennedy Center, to Speak at the Smithsonian, Feb. 24, 2010
- Chancellor John Mauceri's Speech from "The Best of Our State" Weekend at the Grove Park Inn Resort in Asheville, Jan. 9, 2010
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to Deliver Keynote Address at Our State Magazine's 12th Annual "Best of Our State" in Asheville this Weekend
- "Tracking Sound: The Evolution of Hollywood Film Music" to Feature UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri and North Carolina Symphony Music Director Grant Llewellyn on Nov. 3
- See a photo and caricature from and read the review of Chancellor Mauceri's concert at the Walt Disney Concert Hall
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to Conduct the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra in "The Disney Symphonic Legacy" at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to Conduct North Carolina Symphony in a Program Inspired by Film
- Chancellor Mauceri Announces First Leonard Bernstein Excellence Award Winner at UNCSA
- UNCSA Chancellor John Mauceri Appoints Five Alumni to Serve as Honorary Trustees
- Chancellor Mauceri is quoted in The New York Times in a front page (National Edition) story; "Under Broadway, the Subway Hums Bernstein"
- University of North Carolina School of the Arts Chancellor John Mauceri to conduct Jerome Robbins' Fanfare for Winter Dance Concert, Feb. 19-22
- Maestro John Mauceri to conduct UNCSA Symphony Orchestra in Asheville
- Chancellor Mauceri to conduct Fourth "A Fine Romance" Fund-Raiser for Motion Picture and Television Fund
- Read Chancellor Mauceri's interview in "Is Movie Music the News Classical?" in the November/December 2008 issue of Symphony,The Magazine of the League of American Orchestras
- Chancellor John Mauceri to conduct Bizet's The Pearl Fishers at Lyric Opera of Chicago / Opens Oct. 6
- Chancellor Mauceri reunited with Hollywood Bowl Orchestra for Disney "Rollout"
- Read Chancellor Mauceri's Aug. 11, 2008, Speech to the ARDI Leadership Summit
- Chancellor Mauceri, Dean Kerner to speak at ARDI Leadership Summit at ASU in Boone
- A Message from Chancellor Mauceri to the campus and our extended family throughout the world
- Pickles, Rainbows and an Anniversary/An Open Letter from Chancellor John Mauceri
- Chancellor John Mauceri to head the A.J. Fletcher Opera Institute at the North Carolina School of the Arts
- NCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to conduct the Legendary Gewandhaus Orchestra May 15 and 16 in Leipzig / Music Student is assisting
- NCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to conduct Nashville Symphony, Famed Vocalist Ute Lemper
- Read Chancellor Mauceri's "Dreamcatcher Letter"
- Read Neil McNeil's blog and tune in tonight for Neill's "Newsmakers" profile of Chancellor John Mauceri
- Chancellor Performs at the Grammy Ceremonies in L.A.
- NCSA Students To Perform at 50th Annual Grammy Awards With Chancellor John Mauceri, Conducting His Arrangement of Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" Featuring Lang Lang and Herbie Hancock
- Chancellor John Mauceri to conduct North Carolina Symphony in Shostakovich's Score for Soviet Film HAMLET
- See what legendary Hollywood columnist Army Archerd has to say about Chancellor Mauceri and NCSA in Vienna
- NCSA students to take trip of a lifetime to perform with Chancellor Mauceri in Landmark Film Music Concert with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra
- NCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to conduct "A Fine Romance" Fund-raiser for Motion Picture & Television Fund / Catherine Zeta-Jones and Hugh Jackman to co-host
- Chancellor Mauceri, Dean Freedman featured on National Public Radio Documentary on the 50th Anniversary of "West Side Story"
- Happy Birthday to Chancellor John Mauceri, Our Chief Inspiration Officer
- NCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to be inducted into Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame in Los Angeles on June 22 / NCSA Dancers to make debut there
- NCSA Chancellor John Mauceri can be seen on "Carolina Business Review" Podcast
- NCSA Chancellor John Mauceri to speak about Korngold at RiverRun Closing Event on April 22
- Chancellor John Mauceri's Installation Speech
- "Festival of the Arts" to Celebrate Installation of John Mauceri as Chancellor of the North Carolina School of the Arts on April 3
- NCSA Presents New Production To Celebrate 50th Anniversary of "West Side Story," May 3-13, at Stevens Center, and June 8 at Chicago's Ravinia Festival / Director is Gerald Freedman; Musical Director is John Mauceri
- NCSA Chancellor John Mauceri To Conduct All-Star Lineup at Motion Picture & Television Fund Benefit, Nov. 18 in Los Angeles
- An Invitation to Media: Join John Mauceri for a Town Hall-Style Event on Oct. 26
- NCSA Chancellor John Mauceri To Appear at Bernstein Event in Boston and To Host Waxman Program in Beverly Hills
- NCSA Chancellor John Mauceri To Appear on Hit New NBC Show, "Studio 60"
- NCSA Chancellor John Mauceri Says Good-Bye To the Hollywood Bowl with Fanfare
- Happy Birthday to You, NCSA Chancellor John Mauceri!
- NCSA Kicks Off 2006-07 With New Chancellor, Conductor John Mauceri, at the Helm
- Life IS a Fairy Tale for This FANTASIA Fan: Jason Rodgers at the Hollywood Bowl with Chancellor Mauceri
- New chancellor announces interim appointments
- First public appearances as chancellor-elect
- UNC announces appointment of John Mauceri as chancellor of NCSA