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Dr. Roland Carter M.

Ruth S. Holmberg Professor

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Direct Phone: (423) ***-****       

Email: r***@***.edu

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

615 McCallie Avenue

Chattanooga, Tennessee 37403

United States

Company Description

Web site of the University of Tennesee- Chattanooga Wrestling Team and Camps more

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Background Information

Employment History

Conductor

LMEA Mixed Choir

Director, Chancel Choir

Cascade United Methodist Church

Affiliations

Board Member
ArtsBuild

Board Member
The ADSMM

Life Member
Tennesseans for the Arts

Board Member
Allied Arts

Board Member
League of American Orchestras

Board Member
Sphinx Organization

Founder
Johnson

Member and Co-Chair
National Endowment for the Arts

Web References (193 Total References)


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Dr. Roland Carter, Conductor, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga


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Music Director Emeritus - Roland M. Carter


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Distinguished composer, conductor, educator, and pianist, Roland Carter is the Ruth S. Holmberg Professor of American Music in the Department of Music at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC). His accomplishments as a leading figure in the choral arts include concerts with major choruses and orchestras in prestigious venues nationwide; as well as lectures, workshops, and master classes. From presidential inaugurations to the smallest church, from scholarly presentations for national gatherings of musicians, educators, and preservationists to private coaching with individual singers, Mr. Carter lends his keen ear, bright mind, and talented hands to projects of every sort.
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Roland Carter - Biography


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The students of Allen Universitys Hall Johnson Summer Camp will perform a free finale concert Fridayunder the director of festival conductor Roland Carter:

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COLUMBIA, SC - The teenagers at Allen Universitys Hall Johnson summer music camp began their morning with a practice hum that gained depth and precision as renowned guest conductor Roland Carter urged them onward.
Your intensity has to stay here, Carter, the Tennessee-based composer, arranger and conductor, commanded.
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The 20 students, under the director of festival conductor Carter, will perform a closing concert Friday night that is open to the public.
Carter, all energy and action as his arms waved high and then low with the beat, told the youngsters that the embrace of music goes far beyond the lyrics and music.
If you are trying to aspire to be a singer, you cant be shy, he said, as he instructed one of the campers to take on a solo. You see when you sing, when you perform its what we call abandonment you have to empty out everything.
Hall Johnson lived by that credo, embarking, after leaving Allen, on studies at the University of Pennsylvania, Julliard School and the University of California as he launched a storied musical career.
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Dr. Carter is really good at breaking things down and showing you how to break down notes.
Carter, who has taught hundreds of students and is a professor emeritus at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, has a direct link to Hall Johnson.
As a graduate student at New York University, he had the opportunity to spend some time with Johnson. He told the students it was Johnson who taught him the signature rocking chair technique of swaying while singing spirituals. Johnson died in 1970.
Through the day, Carter cajoled, encouraged and praised the students as they mastered dissonance and tackled the layering of sounds that makes the music so evocative.
You got to put it all together, folks, he told them. I could forgive you if you didnt know the music but you got the music in your head.
After a particularly grueling musical passage, he raised his arms to the students: You are wonderful.


The students of Allen Universitys Hall ...

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The students of Allen Universitys Hall Johnson Summer Camp will perform a free finale concert Fridayunder the director of festival conductor Roland Carter:

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The teenagers at Allen Universitys Hall Johnson summer music camp began their morning with a practice hum that gained depth and precision as renowned guest conductor Roland Carter urged them onward.
Your intensity has to stay here, Carter, the Tennessee-based composer, arranger and conductor, commanded.
...
The 20 students, under the director of festival conductor Carter, will perform a closing concert Friday night that is open to the public.
Carter, all energy and action as his arms waved high and then low with the beat, told the youngsters that the embrace of music goes far beyond the lyrics and music.
If you are trying to aspire to be a singer, you cant be shy, he said, as he instructed one of the campers to take on a solo. You see when you sing, when you perform its what we call abandonment you have to empty out everything.
Hall Johnson lived by that credo, embarking, after leaving Allen, on studies at the University of Pennsylvania, Julliard School and the University of California as he launched a storied musical career.
...
Dr. Carter is really good at breaking things down and showing you how to break down notes.
Carter, who has taught hundreds of students and is a professor emeritus at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, has a direct link to Hall Johnson.
As a graduate student at New York University, he had the opportunity to spend some time with Johnson. He told the students it was Johnson who taught him the signature rocking chair technique of swaying while singing spirituals. Johnson died in 1970.
Through the day, Carter cajoled, encouraged and praised the students as they mastered dissonance and tackled the layering of sounds that makes the music so evocative.
You got to put it all together, folks, he told them. I could forgive you if you didnt know the music but you got the music in your head.
After a particularly grueling musical passage, he raised his arms to the students: You are wonderful.

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