It’s never too early to plan your Fall CPCC Music Department concert going calendar. Please go to our Fall 2016 Concert and Events guide to find out more about our fall concert schedule.
Building on the fundamentals learned in Audio Engineering 1, the Audio Engineering AAC8102 class provides a more in-depth study of the topics and principals introduced in the Audio Engineering 1 class and bridges the gap between the Audio Engineering 1 and Audio Engineering 2 classes. This class provides the student with the information necessary to succeed in the audio engineering field. Subjects covered in the course will include: an in depth study of room acoustics and the underlying theoretical principals of applying acoustic treatment; Recording studio interfacing and the standard recommended wiring practices for connecting audio equipment; acoustic treatment design and construction; Power systems and grounding and the principals of Recording studio design; equipment selection and upgrades; and control room monitor placement and selection. During the course of the semester the students will participate in designing a recording studio including all the necessary aspects needed to construct a “real life” commercial recording studio. The business aspects of running a commercial or project studio will also be covered. Even though the class relies heavily on math and science, no advance math or science class is needed for the student to benefit from this class. All the basic principals of math and science necessary are covered in Audio Engineering 1 or during this class. On completion of this class the student should be able to design and interconnect a commercial recording studio starting with nothing but a piece of paper. Audio Engineering 1 (AAC8002) is a prerequisite.
Congratulations to the 2016 AFA in Music graduates Annabelle Lusk, Bobby Thomas, Wanyi Qiu, Jeffrey Coombs, John Bishop, Lisa Weber, Juan Cajero, and Jenny Clinard. All the best to you and your ongoing musical endeavors.
Please join the CPCC Music Department for its stretch run of concert performances…
W Apr 27 730pm Tate Hall Baroque Ensemble
Th Apr 28 1230pm Bryant Hall Class Music Recital
F Apr 29 1230pm Tate Hall Student Composers’ Concert
T May 3 1230pm Bryant Hall Student Recital II
T May 3 7pm Tate Hall Recorder Ensemble
Congratulations to AnnaBelle Lusk and Bobby Thomas for being recognized for their academic achievement at the CPCC Student Excellence Convocation.
Please join the CPCC music department for a student percussion recital featuring CPCC music major Bobby Thomas on April 21st at 1230pm in Tate Hall.
Admission is free
Two days of jazz features the students in the CPCC Music Department Jazz Improvisation, Jazz Big Band , and Jazz Vocal classes in performance under the direction of Bill Hanna. The concerts will be in Bryant Hall (Sloan 101) at 1230pm on Tuesday and Wednesday April 19, and 20.
Admission is free
CPCC and the American Recorder Society sponsors a Recorder Play Day on May 7th from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm in Sloan Morgan on the Central Campus. This is a Drop-in, Stay and Play Event for adults and teens. Experienced and rusty players welcome as well as beginners. Bring instruments or use loaners. Coached ensembles. Sheet music provided. Free parking in the Faculty/Event parking deck.
Sensoria 2016 is almost here. Take a look here to see a listing of events and a sneak preview of CPCC Music Department/Opera Theatre’s production of Old Maid and the Thief and the Medium or visit the CPCC/Sensoria website.
If you would like an Apple compatible app for the events, you can find it here.
Please join the CPCC Music Department on Thursday, March 24th at 1230pm in Tate Hall for Bechtler on Campus. Craig Bove and Tanja Bechtler lead the discussions of the art, music, and historical context that share concepts and characteristics with music performed by the Bechtler Ensemble.