Piano Trio Concert

Hamlin Recital Hall 7 Boulevard Avenue, Travelers Rest, SC

Jennifer John, violinist and Director of Chamber Music at the Fine Arts Center of Greenville, and Seth Russell, Principal Cello of the Greenville Symphony Orchestra, join NGU piano professor Fabio Parrini in a program of works for duo and trio by Amy Beach, Johan Halvorsen, Claude Debussy, and Felix Mendelssohn. Tickets available now in the […]

Brass and Percussion Concert

Hamlin Recital Hall 7 Boulevard Avenue, Travelers Rest, SC

Tickets available now in the SOT Box Office with NGU Student ID.

Jacob Johnson Concert

Hamlin Recital Hall 7 Boulevard Avenue, Travelers Rest, SC

Part virtuoso and part storyteller, you might say that Jacob Johnson does with a guitar what Gene Kelly did with dance. Although his songwriting has won awards and his guitar-playing has put him on stage with Tommy Emmanuel and Phil Keaggy, his ability as an entertainer is what has won fans throughout the southeast. He […]

Jacob Johnson Concert

Hamlin Recital Hall 7 Boulevard Avenue, Travelers Rest, SC

Part virtuoso and part storyteller, you might say that Jacob Johnson does with a guitar what Gene Kelly did with dance. Although his songwriting has won awards and his guitar-playing has put him on stage with Tommy Emmanuel and Phil Keaggy, his ability as an entertainer is what has won fans throughout the southeast. He […]

An Evening with NBC’s Bob Dotson: Telling America’s Story

Hamlin Recital Hall 7 Boulevard Avenue, Travelers Rest, SC

This presentation will be for a general audience – based largely on his book American Story, where he weaves anecdotes from his years on the road with the real-life heroes he encountered and his own personal family narrative. His basic approach to most stories is that the real people who make America great aren’t found […]

Concert Choir

Hamlin Recital Hall 7 Boulevard Avenue, Travelers Rest, SC

In recognition of Black History Month, the Concert Choir and select applied voice students will collaborate to feature choral and solo voice arrangements of spirituals and gospel songs. My Lord What a Mornin’, Ride On King Jesus along with gospel pieces He Never Failed Me Yet and I Need You to Survive are among the […]

Black Wall Street: The Legacy of the Tulsa Race Massacre

Hamlin Recital Hall 7 Boulevard Avenue, Travelers Rest, SC

This will be the first event in a month-long series of events in celebration of Black History Month. We will show a brief documentary chronicling the Tulsa Race Massacre in 1921.  Following the documentary, we will have Dr. Thompson present a historic lecture focused on the event and will conclude with a Q&A session for […]

Chamber Brass and Percussion

Hamlin Recital Hall 7 Boulevard Avenue, Travelers Rest, SC

Tickets available now in the School of Theatre Box Office

Indian Sitar Concert

Hamlin Recital Hall 7 Boulevard Avenue, Travelers Rest, SC

“East Meets West” – Indian Sitar/Tabla Concert with Maestro Ustad Shafaat Khan. Ustad Shafaat Khan, world renowned Indian Classical musician, debuted at the age of 11 at the King's Lynn Festival, England opened by Queen Mother. He is the son of Ustad Imrat Khan and nephew of Ustad Vilayat Khan, has performed worldwide at many […]

Hiewon Shin Faculty Lecture

Hamlin Recital Hall 7 Boulevard Avenue, Travelers Rest, SC

Dr. Hewin Shin presents a lecture on "The Story of Shakespeare's Hamlet and Popular Korean drama Tamra, the Island". Shakespeare’s Hamlet, desperate to find out the truth behind the sudden and unexpected death of his father, the benevolent and loving king of Denmark, makes a deliberate plan to put to test the troubling story of […]

Faculty Piano Quintet

Hamlin Recital Hall 7 Boulevard Avenue, Travelers Rest, SC

Piano concert featuring NGU Faculty. Approx. 60 minutes Tickets are now available in the SOT Box Office

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