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Love of Korean Pop Music Leads to Research Project at Student Research Week

April 06, 2022  Erika Clippinger presented her findings about South Korea’s music education practices and their impact for Study Research Week.

Orlando Sentinel: Music, Film Draw Attention to the World’s Beleaguered Oceans

April 04, 2022  Composed by Stella Sung, “Oceana” incorporates actual marine-animal sounds and highlights the pollution challenges faced by the world’s water.

Knights Do That: How Music Enhances Your Life

April 04, 2022  Chung Park, director of UCF’s Symphony and Chamber Orchestras, shares his gift and passion for teaching, shares insight on UCF Celebrates the Arts, and how you can learn to purposefully integrate music into your life.

Orlando Sentinel: 2022 UCF Celebrates the Arts: 5 Highlights

April 01, 2022  Started in 2015, UCF Celebrates the Arts continues to grow with this year’s festival. Here, representing various artistic genres, are five key programs at the festival to check out.

UCF Flute Professor Releases New Album ‘Cubatina’

March 25, 2022  Professor of flute Nora Lee García and guitarist Rene Izquierdo have teamed up on a new album, “Cubatina.”

2 Teams Awarded 2021 Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts and Wellness Innovation Awards

March 09, 2022  The winning projects, which received $25,000 each, were chosen for adhering to the year’s theme of strength, resolve and resilience.

NSM Today: UCF Theatre Production Examines Black Womanhood, Self-Worth

March 07, 2022  Janiece Deveaux, who played the lead role of Undine Barnes Calles, said the production explores the power of letting go of the fear that prevents a person from becoming their authentic self.

Apply for a Music Summer Camp Today!

March 04, 2022  This summer, the UCF School of Performing Arts will offer a wide range of summer camps for students of all skill levels.

8 CAH Faculty Members Honored at UCF’s 3rd Authors Celebration

March 03, 2022  Eight faculty members with the College of Arts and Humanities were honored for their works, which ranged from novels to textbooks.

Knight Star Awards Recognize Dedication and Exemplary Service

March 02, 2022  Since 1972, the Knight Star Awards have honored the staff who help make our university a warm, welcoming place to grow, learn and succeed.

We’re Hiring: OPS Assistant Box Office Manager

February 25, 2022  The UCF School of Performing Arts is seeking a part-time assistant box office manager.

UCF Lecturer’s Life Work: Using the Stage to Break Stereotypes, Build a Better Society

February 25, 2022  Roberta Emerson, visiting lecturer and director of New Play Development at Orlando Shakes, lends her talents to teach the next generation of students about the role performance plays in shaping society.

Director of UCF’s Themed Experience Program on Disney’s Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser

February 23, 2022  Peter Weishar, director of the themed experience program, spoke with Spectrum News 13 about Disney’s Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser.

3 CAH Alumni Named 30 Under 30 Alumni Award Winners

February 21, 2022  This year’s honorees are scheduled to be recognized at a celebratory event May 21.

Orlando Sentinel: In ‘Fabulation,’ A Black Woman Searches for Identity in Fine Comic Style

February 18, 2022  “’Fabulation, or the Re-Education of Undine’ is onstage in a very funny production from Theatre UCF.

The UCF-Orlando Jazz Festival Returns Bigger and Better Than Ever

February 18, 2022  After going virtual in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, the annual UCF-Orlando Jazz Festival returns to UCF’s campus this month with a host of renowned jazz musicians.

Director of UCF’s Themed Experience Program Honors Legacy of Doug Trumbull

February 16, 2022  Peter Weishar, director of the themed experience program, shared a tribute to industry giant Doug Trumbull with InPark Magazine.

Orlando Sentinel: Celebrate Black History Month on Central Florida Stages

February 09, 2022  Orlando’s performing arts community, including the UCF School of Performing Arts, will offer a variety of events to entertain, educate and celebrate throughout Black History Month.

Standing Ovation for ‘Indecent’ Sets the Stage for Theatre UCF’s Spring Season

January 28, 2022  Theatre UCF’s immersive, stirring production of “Indecent” transports audiences to the early 20th century and weaves a tale of the transformative power of art.

UCF Celebrates the Arts 2022 Brings Shrek, Concerts in Steinmetz Hall and the Return of Visual Art Exhibitions

January 14, 2022  After two years of cancelled or modified programming, UCF Celebrates the Arts returns bigger and brighter than ever before. Tickets are available now for the annual festival, running April 5–16 at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.