Jazz, mariachi and more from UNT will be presented at the NX35 Music Conferette, a first-year music conference March 12 – 15 (Thursday — Sunday) in Denton that the university is helping to sponsor.

What you'll find at NX35

These UNT activities are part of the conference's 100-plus musical acts, multiple panels and several question-and-answer sessions in 9 venues around the Denton courthouse square.

The music

UNT music will include:

Check the NX35 web site for more information about the time and date of the performances by the UPC Battle of the Bands first-place winner The J Walkers and second-place winner Caterpillars.

The expert

Michael Seman, research associate at the UNT Center for Economic Development and Research, will talk about Indie Rock and Urban Redevelopment: How to Connect the Dots at 2 p.m. March 12 (Thursday) at the Denton Civic Center Meeting Room 2.

The art

The Printmaking Association of North Texas Students (PANTS), a UNT student group that promotes printmaking within the Dallas-Fort Worth area, will display student artwork — including intaglio, lithograph, screen, relief and mono-prints — March 12 – 15 in a booth in the Civic Center. Free screen-printing also will be available. Bring an article of clothing to be printed.

The Metals Club, another UNT student art organization, will sell student-made jewelry March 12 – 15 in a booth at the Civic Center.



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UNT Music schedule

Hear the following ensembles on the UNT Stage at the Denton Civic Center:

March 12

  • 4 p.m. - Dan Pennell Ensemble
  • 5 p.m. - Zach Forsyth Group
  • 6 p.m. - Julia Sokolowska Group

March 13

March 14

March 15

  • 5 p.m. - Rock and Roll Orchestra (high school group)