Voice Professor Carl DuPont Performs in Montana

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Dr. Carl DuPont, assistant professor of voice, performed two concerts in Missoula, Montana. On Sunday, September 25, Dr. DuPont was the featured guest soloist in The Concert to End Gun Violence, hosted by the University Congregational Church and sponsored by Faiths United to End Gun Violence, an organization comprising 50 national faith communities. On Monday, September 26, he sang a solo recital at the University of Montana, performing a program that he will bring to UNC Charlotte on October 17 as part of the Faculty & Friends Concert Series.

In July, Dr. DuPont, a bass-baritone, competed in the 20th International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition, which took place in Leipzig, Germany. His scholarly interest focuses on diversity and inclusion in higher music education, specifically the contributions of black musicians, composers, and educators to the discipline.  

A profile of Dr. DuPont appeared in The Missoulian on September 24.