North Carolina School of the Arts with Logo
School of Design and Production School of Drama School of Filmmaking School of Music Visual Arts Academic Programs Student Life NCSA Performances Home apply search NCSA Home
CalendarsFacilitiesDirectionsAdd ti Mailing List
Quick Links Navigation
 March

Call the UNCSA Box Office at 336-721-1945 to reserve seats, or click on "Box Office" at the left.

Aug navigation arrow Sept navigation arrow Oct navigation arrow Nov navigation arrow Dec navigation arrow Jan navigation arrow Feb navigation arrow March navigation arrow April navigation arrow May navigation arrow June navigation arrow July navigation arrow

March 2014
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

 

 

1

The Winter's Tale

2

The Winter's Tale

Student Chamber Music Festival Concert

3
4

 

5

   Student Chamber Music Festival Concert

6

 

7

    

8

 

9

  

10

 

 

 

 

11

 

12

 

13

 

14

 

 

15

 

16

 

17

 

19
20

 

21

 

22

Flute Area Recital

23

 

----------------------

30

Romeo and Juliet

Undergraduate Opera Workshop

 

24

 

----------------------

31

25

 

26

Romeo and Juliet

27

Romeo and Juliet

28

Romeo and Juliet

29

Romeo and Juliet

UNCSA Symphony Orchestra: Remembering Robert Ward

 

 

UNCSA Performances - March 2014

 

1 & 2 (also Feb 26-28) THE WINTER’S TALE

(Sat) 7:30 pm / (Sat & Sun) 2 pm Catawba Theatre

Directed by Guest Artist Gus Kaikkonen/Studios 3 and 4

Shakespeare’s darkly comedic investigation into the cost of jealousy spans

16 years and the European continent, featuring a magical statue and a

man-eating bear.

$15 regular and $13 for students with valid ID

2 & 5 (Sun & Wed) (also Feb 26) STUDENT CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERTS

2 pm Watson Hall

Student ensembles perform traditional and contemporary chamber music

works. The program will feature trios, quartets and quintets and will

celebrate the student talent of the UNCSA School of Music.

FREE

18 (Tues) WOMEN OF NOTE! (PPD FROM FEB. 15)

7:30 pm Watson Hall

The Fire Pink Trio celebrates women in the arts. Harpist Jacquelyn Bartlett,

violist Sheila Browne and flutist Debra Reuter-Pivetta present an exciting

program focused on women to celebrate the goddesses in our lives. Music

by Hilary Tann, Mel Bonis, Adrienne Albert and others.

$15 regular and $13 for students with valid ID

22 (Sat)  FLUTE AREA RECITAL

7:30 pm Watson Hall

Flute students of Dr. Tadeu Coelho will present a varied program of the flute

literature from baroque to avant-garde. Be sure not to miss this energetic

and enthusiastic group of students.

FREE

26-30 ROMEO AND JULIET

(Wed–Sat) 7:30 pm / (Sat & Sun) 2 pm Patrons Theatre

Directed by Drama Dean Carl Forsman/Studios 3 and 4

In a culture of violence and mistrust, two teenagers defying their parents’

acrimonies and risk everything to be together. By William Shakespeare.

$15 regular and $13 for students with valid ID

29 (Sat) UNCSA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: REMEMBERING ROBERT WARD

7:30 pm Stevens Center

This concert will feature the music of Pulitzer Prize-winner Robert Ward,

his teachers and his students in a fond remembrance of his dedication

to UNCSA. One of the founders of UNCSA, its second president, and later,

chancellor, Ward died in April 2013. James Allbritten conducts.

$15 regular and $13 for students with valid ID

30 (Sun)  UNDERGRADUATE OPERA WORKSHOP

2 pm de Mille Theatre

Steven LaCosse, stage director

Mary Ann Bills, pianist

An afternoon at the opera: undergraduates present one-act operas from the

repertoire.

FREE

 

Other Performances in March 2014 at UNCSA Venues

 

4 (Tuesday)

Winston-Salem Symphony

An Evening with Joshua Bell

Stevens Center

7:30pm

$125-$35

 

14 (Friday)

Piedmont Opera

South Pacific

 Stevens Center

7:00pm

$83-$18

 

16 (Sunday)

Piedmont Opera
South Pacific
Stevens Center
2:00pm

$83-$18

 

18 (Tuesday)

Piedmont Opera
South Pacific
Stevens Center
7:30pm

$83-$18

22 (Saturday)

Menopause the Musical

Stevens Center

3pm & 7pm

$55-$35