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The Bechtler Ensemble will return for another fine chamber music performance! This concert will feature cello, guitar and violin and will highlight the talents of our own faculty members Bob Teixeira and Tanja Bechtler with guest violinist, Leonora Leggatt. … Continue reading
There will be lots of variety from our music students as they present their first recital of the fall semester — singers, pianists, guitarists, trumpets, clarinets and more!
Come and welcome our newest vocal faculty member, Mahari Freeman, in her CPCC debut recital on Thursday, October 3, @ 12:30 p.m. in Tate Hall. The concert is free and open to all. Check out this link for more info … Continue reading
The one-and-only Mike Strauss and his fine band will be here on Thursday, September 26 @ 12:30 p.m. in the Bryant Recital Hall, SL 101. Our very own jazz professor, Matt Postle, will be sitting in on a few of … Continue reading
The ability to practice efficiently and reap the rewards for your hard work requires a lot of self-reflection and analysis. Come join the CPCC music faculty and learn some interesting and worthwhile tips to consider for your own practice journey!
The Bechtler Ensemble will be featured in a chamber music concert on Thursday, September 5 @ 12:30 p.m. in Tate Hall, Overcash, on the CPCC central campus. It is free and open to the public.
This Saturday, May 25, the CPCC Jazz Ensemble and CPCC Big Band will be performing at The Spoke Easy (1530 Elizabeth Ave #100, Charlotte, NC 28204) from 1pm-3pm. If you missed out on our ‘Two Days of Jazz’ in April, … Continue reading
The final week of concerts for Spring 2019 is here! Come and listen to a fine group of student musicians show what the recorder is capable of on Tuesday, 4/30 @ 7 p.m. On Wednesday is the Baroque ensemble, which … Continue reading
Guitarist and CPCC music student, Connor Janusz, will present a solo guitar recital next Monday, April 29 @ 12:30 p.m. in Tate Hall. We are so proud of his hard work. Please come and support him and enjoy the … Continue reading