On Friday, Nov. 4, Vine Street will be renamed Dr. Roland Carter Street.
The program ‘With Heart and Voice’ doesn’t often play regional collegiate ensembles like the UTC Chamber Singers.
The collection will be housed in the UTC Library’s Special Collections.
Roland Carter, professor emeritus at UTC, isn’t impressed that the National Football’s League may play the Black National Anthem, “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” at the first game of its 2020 season.
UTC professor emeritus Roland Carter is a recipient of a Master of the Spiritual Award for his work preserving the religious music of African Americans.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s Music Department in conjunction with UTC’s Chancellor’s Office and Development office will present a Gala Concert celebrating Roland Carter’s career and honoring his retirement on Friday, April 19th, at 7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church at 401 Gateway Avenue in Chattanooga.
Composer-arranger and conductor Roland Carter, the Ruth S. Holmerg UC Foundation Professor of Music at UTC, has earned an award for his contributions and accomplishments in support of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUS) and minorities and rising leaders in the arts. He is also being honored Friday, February 3, by the Sarah and Ernest…