As we begin a new decade and a new semester, please check this site often — under the “CPCC MUSIC PERFORMANCE” drop-down menu and click on the “Concerts and Events” tab to stay updated on all our events and activities in the Music Department.
There are two concert opportunities for everyone this final week of the semester:
Monday, Dec. 2 @ 1:30 p.m. in Tate Hall (2nd floor of Overcash) — the CPCC Chorus will present a holiday-themed concert with special guests, Daniel Cornejo, cello and Christine Leimer, harp.
Tuesday, Dec. 3 @ 12:30 p.m. in Sloan 101 — the final applied student recital. There will be lots of variety: guitars, piano, singing, winds and brass.
There are two opportunities remaining to attend the opera extravaganza, Orpheus & Eurydice! There will be singers, a live orchestra, dancers and aerial artists, lovely costumes, scenery and more!
Saturday, Nov. 23 @ 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 24 @ 2:30 p.m.
Halton Theater. Free to CPCC students with a student ID.
Come spend a relaxing lunch hour listening to the class music recital today at 12:30 p.m. in SL 101.
Early Music @ CPCC will present a concert featuring an incredible variety of instruments not typically seen in the concert hall: viols, recorders, harps, shawms and more……come find out more about these fascinating instruments. If you stay afterwards, you may get to try one yourself!
CPCC’s own jazz ensemble classes will present their concerts this week, directed by Dr. Matt.
Wednesday @ 12:30 p.m. — JAZZ IMPROV
Thursday @ 12:30 p.m. — BIG BAND JAZZ
Come and meet our new Early Music and Baroque ensemble faculty members — Janelle Davis and Sung Lee, performing on baroque violin and oboe — with special guests, Matthew Files on gamba and cello and Steve Hilton at the harpsichord.
At the next faculty panel (on Halloween, no less!!) we will discuss strategies for dealing with performance anxiety, sometimes called “stage fright.” This is an issue for many musicians, so be sure to come with your questions and learn some valuable tips from seasoned performers.
Charlotte’s own award-winning bass player, Ron Brendle, will bring his jazz quartet to CPCC in the Bryant Recital Hall (Sloan 101) this Thursday, Oct. 24 @ 12:30 p.m.
Read more about Ron and his group:
The Bechtler Ensemble will return for another fine chamber music performance! This concert will feature cello & guitar and will highlight the talents of our own faculty members, Bob Teixeira and Tanja Bechtler.