Many thanks to the faculty of the UNCC Dance and Music Departments for inviting CPCC music and dance majors to attend their Fall Dance concert featuring new works by several local composers including UNCC faculty John Allemeier, Winthrop faculty Mark Lewis, and CPCC faculty Craig Bove. The CPCC music and dance department faculty and students greatly appreciate the opportunity.
Annabelle Lusk, recipient of the AFA in Music from CPCC, has recently received the TOP University of South Carolina School of Music International Travel Grant award to Italy for study this summer. Congratulations to Annabelle.
We had four students from the CPCC Music Department audition for transfer to the UNCC music Department: Isaac Chandler, Tang Hsieh, and Tou Xiong, and Wanyi Qiu. All were accepted as performance majors. Wanyi will double-major in music and nursing.
Congratulations to all.
Please join the CPCC Music Department at 1230pm Monday, March 6th 2017 in Tate Hall for a recital featuring CPCC harpist Christine Leimer with guest oboist Bo Newsome and tenor Broadus Hamilton.
Admission is free
Please join the CPCC Music Department in welcoming Two Days of Jazz at 1230pm on Wednesday Nov 16 and at 1230pm Thursday Nov 17 directed by CPCC faculty member Bill Hanna.
Many thanks to Matt Postle and Troy Conn for today’s jazz duet performance.
Please join the music department in welcoming guest performer Andy Jurik in a guitar recital on Thursday November 3, 2016 at 1230pm in Tate Recital Hall.
Please join the CPCC Music Department on Thursday, October 27th at 1230pm in Tate Hall to welcome the return of Bechtler on Campus. Tanja Bechtler leads the discussion of the art, music, and historical context that share concepts and characteristics with music performed by the Bechtler Ensemble
The CPCC Music Department presents the Mary Lou Paschal Celebratory Concert on August 27, 2017 at 2:30 pm in the Halton Theater. Mary Lou Paschal was a part of the CPCC music department for nearly 50 years as an instructor, Division Director, and student. Her friends, students, family and colleagues will celebrate her life with a varied program of music from Renaissance to Jazz. The concert is free and open to the public with a reception to follow.
Please join the music department in welcoming part time music faculty member Paul Reynolds in a duo piano recital on Thursday October 20, 2016 at 1230pm in Bryant Recital Hall.