Haley Solomon, the faculty adviser of the Perch, with the help of her dedicated students, such as Perch Station Manager Fay Aregai, have rebranded and rebuilt the UTC student radio station after COVID-19 pressed the pause button for this student organization in March 2020.
Performed by the Percussion Ensemble, “Beat Hunger” is a concert to raise money for Chattanooga’s Community Kitchen, which helps feed and clothe the homeless as well as offering shelter and counseling.
On Nov. 11, 2022, 30 trumpet players stood about 30 yards apart and looped around the UTC campus from the intersection of Douglas and Vine streets to the Fine Arts Center and back to the Power C on Chamberlain Field.
A University of Tennessee at Chattanooga campus street now bears the name of Dr. Roland Carter, an educator, music composer and conductor whose impact on UTC students reaches around the globe.
On Friday, Nov. 4, Vine Street will be renamed Dr. Roland Carter Street.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra will present a free concert, open to the public, at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6, in the UTC Fine Arts Center’s Roland Hayes Concert Hall.
“Songbirds: A Documentary” delves into the historical importance of the guitar museum in Chattanooga.
An upcoming visit from ARKAI, a pair of Juilliard Conservatory-trained string musicians, should have a broad appeal across the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga campus—both among students and the community.
From Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, Hispanic Heritage Month is about recognizing and appreciating the harmony of a culture that has historically had a profound impact on America—and to discover the people who have contributed to this legacy.
Kenyon Wilson, interim head of the Department of Music, has been teaching at UTC since 2003.