MUS110 section 66– 4 week short session class

MUS110 section 66 starting April 16th is available as a 4 week short session course meeting on MTWTh from 1pm to 340pm at Levine campus room 1319.

Register today.

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Guitar Master Class This Week

CPCC guitar majors…

This week our own faculty member Jeremy Polley will hold a guitar master class on Thursday April 5 at 1230pm in Tate Recital Hall.

 

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Congratulations 2018 Music Department Scholarship Recipients

The following students are the 2018 music department scholarship recipients:

Eric Stuart – Sara Spencer Scholarship

Daniel Figueroa – Charlotte Music Club Scholarship

Keelan Bozman  – Mary Lou Paschal Scholarship

Brett Bartsch  – Gene Bryant Scholarship

Frank Wohlfarth  – James Douglas Zeller Scholarship

Congratulations to everyone

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Sensoria 2018


Sensoria 2018
is nearly upon us…more info about this year’s CPCC celebration of the arts can be found:

sensoria.cpcc.edu

Here is a sample of the music department events:

F, S, Su Apr 6, Apr 7, Apr 8  730pm, 730pm, 230pm Halton Theater   Opera Theatre presents Gaetano Donizetti’s Elixir of Love

M Apr 9                                  130pm Tate Hall                   CPCC Chorus Concert

W Apr 11                                 1230pm Tate Hall                CPCC Early Music Consort

Th Apr 12                               1230pm Bryant Hall            Applied Student Recital

F, S April 13, 14                    730pm Halton Theater         Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem

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MUS110 section 13 – Second Short Session class

MUS110 section 13 starting March 20th is available as an 8 week short session course meeting on TTh from 6pm to 840pm in SL211.

Register today.

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L’Académie du Roi Soleil


L’Académie du Roi Soleil is delighted to present François Couperin’s sublime Leçons de ténèbres pour le mercredi saint (1714), a setting of verses from the Lamentations of Jeremiah composed for the liturgies of Holy Week at the Abbaye royale de Longchamp. Two soprano voices (Margaret Carpenter Haigh and Hannah De Priest) sing both as soloists and in duet accompanied by Nicolas Haigh (organ) and David Bevan Ellis (viola da gamba). Couperin’s rich suspension-filled writing explores the profound depths of sorrow and human suffering found in Jeremiah’s text. The ethereal harmonies of the Leçons are coupled with haunting selections from Le Sieur de Machy’s 1685 collection, Pièces de Violle, for unaccompanied viola da gamba.

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Applied Music Student Mid-Term Recitals

Please join the Music Department on  Tuesday March 6th and Thursday March 8th 2018  at 1230pm in Bryant Hall for the CPCC Applied Music Student Mid-Term Recitals.

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Talk and Open Rehearsal

Please join the CPCC Music Department at 120pm and 2pm today in Tate Hall for a talk and open rehearsal with the Assistant Director of the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra Christopher Lees.

Tickets to March 11 3pm Charlotte Symphony Chamber Orchestra concert are available at the CPCC Box Office for $18.00

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Bechtler on Campus

Please join the CPCC Music Department this Thursday, February 8th at 1230pm in Tate Hall to welcome the return of Bechtler on Campus. Tanja Bechtler leads the discussion of  music and historical context and its relevance to CPCC’s music appreciation courses with music performed by the Bechtler Ensemble.

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CPCC music department in Creative Loafing

An article about music department chair Craig Bove in Creative Loafing 

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