Musically Speaking with Maestro Peter Perret and Dr. Greg Carroll

Maestro Peter Perret and Musicologist Dr. Greg Carroll explore the history and backstory behind the evening’s composer and repertoire in a casual, conversational atmosphere each Friday and Saturday in the Moon Room, adjacent to Dana Auditorium. Whether you are nurturing your love of classical music or a veteran of EMF performances, you’ll be delighted and enlightened by these pre-concert talks. FREE and open to the public. Reservations recommended but not required.

Musically Speaking with Maestro Peter Perret and Dr. Greg Carroll

Maestro Peter Perret and Musicologist Dr. Greg Carroll explore the history and backstory behind the evening’s composer and repertoire in a casual, conversational atmosphere each Friday and Saturday in the Moon Room, adjacent to Dana Auditorium. Whether you are nurturing your love of classical music or a veteran of EMF performances, you’ll be delighted and enlightened by these pre-concert talks. FREE and open to the public. Reservations recommended but not required.

Paul Randall Trumpet Masterclass

white man in suit with white studio background holding a trumpet

EMF Faculty Artist, Paul Randall, will give a masterclass on Friday, July 29 at 4pm in Carnegie Room, Hege Library at Guilford College.

Musically Speaking with Maestro Peter Perret and Dr. Greg Carroll

Maestro Peter Perret and Musicologist Dr. Greg Carroll explore the history and backstory behind the evening’s composer and repertoire in a casual, conversational atmosphere each Friday and Saturday in the Moon Room, adjacent to Dana Auditorium. Whether you are nurturing your love of classical music or a veteran of EMF performances, you’ll be delighted and enlightened by these pre-concert talks. FREE and open to the public. Reservations recommended but not required.

EMF Encircling the City

EMF Encircling the City with the Greensboro Public Library Developed by EMF faculty member Dr. Diane Phoenix-Neal—EMF Encircling the City is an educational performance and service-learning project designed in collaboration […]

Young Artists Piano Recitals

The Young Artists will give Sunday recitals on July 10, 17, and 24 at 3pm in Dana Auditorium, Guilford College. All recitals are free and open to the public. 

Musically Speaking with Maestro Peter Perret and Dr. Greg Carroll

Maestro Peter Perret and Musicologist Dr. Greg Carroll explore the history and backstory behind the evening’s composer and repertoire in a casual, conversational atmosphere each Friday and Saturday in the Moon Room, adjacent to Dana Auditorium. Whether you are nurturing your love of classical music or a veteran of EMF performances, you’ll be delighted and enlightened by these pre-concert talks. FREE and open to the public. Reservations recommended but not required.

Musically Speaking with Maestro Peter Perret and Dr. Greg Carroll

Maestro Peter Perret and Musicologist Dr. Greg Carroll explore the history and backstory behind the evening’s composer and repertoire in a casual, conversational atmosphere each Friday and Saturday in the Moon Room, adjacent to Dana Auditorium. Whether you are nurturing your love of classical music or a veteran of EMF performances, you’ll be delighted and enlightened by these pre-concert talks. FREE and open to the public. Reservations recommended but not required.

Jeff Multer Violin Masterclass

Jeff Multer white male in grey jacket holding a violin

EMF Faculty Artist and concertmaster, Jeff Multer, will give a violin masterclass Friday, July 22 at 4pm in Carnegie Room, Hege Library at Guilford College. 

Musically Speaking with Maestro Peter Perret and Dr. Greg Carroll

Maestro Peter Perret and Musicologist Dr. Greg Carroll explore the history and backstory behind the evening’s composer and repertoire in a casual, conversational atmosphere each Friday and Saturday in the Moon Room, adjacent to Dana Auditorium. Whether you are nurturing your love of classical music or a veteran of EMF performances, you’ll be delighted and enlightened by these pre-concert talks. FREE and open to the public. Reservations recommended but not required.