Conference Locations

Intercollegiate Music Association > Conference Locations

Hosting Institution: Fayetteville State University

Date: February 7th – 9th, 2019

Arrow
Arrow

The  59th Annual Intercollegiate Music Association Conference hosted by Fayetteville State University

Conference Booklet:
57th Annual IMA Program Booklet

Meet theClinicians pamphlet:
57th Annual IMA Clinics

IMA Recital:
57th Annual IMA Recital

 

Things to do in Fayetteville

 

Henricus Historical Park

HENRICUS HISTORICAL PARK

Second oldest English settlement and home to Pocahontas. Site of the Civil War’s Dutch Gap Canal.

 

Pamplin Historical Park & The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier

PAMPLIN HISTORICAL PARK & THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE CIVIL WAR SOLDIER

Spend the day at Pamplin Historical Park & The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier and journey back to the 19th century.

 

Farmers Market

FARMERS MARKET

Built in the late 1870s, this unique, octagonal building was constructed on a site that had been given to the city in 1806 by the Bolling family. The land had long been used as a market and in fact the current building is only the most recent of four that were built on the site, the earliest dating back to 1787.

 

City Point National Cemetery

CITY POINT NATIONAL CEMETERY

City Point (today’s Hopewell) served as General Ulysses S. Grant’s headquarters during the Siege of Petersburg. Seven hospitals there administered most of the care for the injured and mortally wounded.

 

 

Blandford Church and Cemetery

BLANDFORD CHURCH AND CEMETERY

It is one of the few churches whose decorative stained-glass windows were completely executed under the direction of the famous designer Louis Comfort Tiffany of New York.

 

Centre Hill Museum

CENTRE HILL MUSEUM

For several years on the evening of January 24, residents of Centre Hill heard what they believed to be ghosts of Civil War soldiers marching up and down the home’s staircase. A popular ghost watch is held annually on that date.