From professional reasons to personal connections, faculty across campus share why they’re fond of certain works they penned.
Consonance, dissonance, and a snippy critic were at the heart of this derisive term for some of classical's greats.
Inspired by her research on the period’s music, flutist Jennifer Grim created a first-of-its-kind festival for UNLV and the community.
Can you name five female artists? The Barrick Museum's collection will help you pass this cultural test for Women's History Month.
Francisco Menendez and Alyssa Crittenden have been recognized for their efforts, which extend beyond the bounds of our campus.
As a utility player of the acting profession, alumnus Michael Bunin has found his niche in Hollywood.
For Catherine Angel, opposing modes create an unmistakable intimacy.
Nevada Conservatory Theater of 'Metamorphoses' subtly mixes ancient stories of pathos and tragedy with contemporary language, humor, and thought. In a series of vignettes. The production runs through March 5.
What happens in an art museum between exhibitions? Here’s a peek into the process.
New College of Fine Arts dean says the creative work of faculty members can inspire students and help UNLV find its way into the Top Tier.
By marrying the contradictory, Linda Lister shakes up the opera scene.
From premiering new work at Carnegie Hall to collaborating on the Nextet new music concert series, this professor is proof classical composers are alive and kicking.
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