Free Concerts in Tate Hall During the Month of October

Beginning this Thursday the 24, through the end of October, you can enjoy some amazing music here at CPCC and in the uptown area.

  • Thursday, October 24 at 12:30 p.m. in Tate Hall, the Bechtler Ensemble returns to CPCC for the first concert of the new season!
  • Sunday, October 27 at 4 p.m. — The Charlotte Composer’s Forum will feature music of CPCC’s own faculty, Craig Bove and Rebecca Cook-Carter, at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art at 420 S Tryon St. (between W. 1stSt. & MLK Jr, Blvd.)
  • Monday, October 28 at 12:30 p.m. in Tate Hall, a Jazz Mass will feature several area choirs, a jazz combo, and CPCC music instructor, Paul Reynolds.
  • Wednesday, October 30 at 7:30 p.m. in Halton Theater, the Charlotte Symphony returns to CPCC for their annual “Orchestra on Campus” series.   This concert will have a Halloween theme.
  • Thursday, October 31 at 12:30 p.m. in Tate Hall, CPCC’s guitar faculty member Jame Easteppe will be performing in duo with guitarist, Jeremy Polley.

All concerts taking place in Tate Hall are free and open to the public.  Other venues are ticketed events.

 

Sensoria Returns April 13-21

CPCC’s annual celebration of the arts is a week of speakers, exhibits, events and performances that will awaken your senses.  Over sixty events in areas as diverse as culinary arts, history and culture, immersive arts, literature, music, visual arts and film will engage, entertain and enlighten Sensoria participants.  The majority of the events are free and all are open to the public.  Some of this year’s highlights include:

  • Coming Home – Original Works by Romare Bearden, at the Pease Gallery
  • Russell Goings, Irene Blair Honeycutt Distinguished Lecturer
  • The New Southern-Latino Table with Sandra Gutierrez
  • DIGITAL film people – get to know the people that make major feature, documentary, commercial films by digital and halide based media
  • The Fight for Educational Equality – A First Hand Account, in conjunction with the Para Todos Los Ninos and Courage exhibits at the Levine Campus
  • Ticketed performances by CPCC Theatre (“Play It Again, Sam”) and CPCC Opera Theatre (“Made in the USA – A Tribute to Gershwin & Bernstein”)
  • The Bechtler on Campus – a unique concert pairing music and art.

Visit http://sensoria.cpcc.edu for a complete listing of this year’s Sensoria events including dates, times and locations!