Two days of jazz features the students in the CPCC Music Department Jazz Improvisation and Jazz Big Band classes in performance under the direction of Bill Hanna. Both concerts will be in Bryant Hall (Sloan 101) at 1230pm on Wednesday November 15 and Thursday November 16.
Admission is free
Please join the CPCC music department faculty member and guitarist James Easteppe November 13th 2017 at 1230pm in Tate Recital Hall as a part of the CPCC Music Department’s Recital Series.
Admission is free
Please join the CPCC music department faculty member and woodwind player extraordinaire Jack Murray in recital with pianist Mark Stallings on Thursday November 9th 2017 at 1230pm in Tate Recital Hall as a part of the CPCC Music Department’s Recital Series.
Admission is free
Please join us for the Early Music Consort under the direction of CPCC faculty member Holly Maurer performing Wednesday November 8th at 1230pm in Tate Recital Hall as a part of the CPCC Music Department’s Recital Series.
Admission is Free
There are a number of concerts happening at CPCC in October…
Th Oct 5 1230pm Bryant Student Mid-Term Applied Recital 1
T Oct 10 1230pm Bryant Student Mid-Term Applied Recital 2
Su Oct 15 3pm Tate Hall Connor Chamber Series 1
W Oct 18 730pm Halton Charlotte Symphony Orchestra on Campus
Th Oct 19 1230pm Bryant Hall Two Piano Recital by Roxanne Holt & Nia Williams
Th Oct 26 1230pm Tate Hall Bechtler on Campus
Please join the Music Department on Thursday Oct 5th and Tuesday October 10 2017 at 1230pm in Bryant Hall for the CPCC Applied Music Student Mid-Term Recitals.
The “Stage Door” is no different than the “Classroom Door”
Fundamentals of Music (MUS111) students take “Center Stage” in their first Major Music Exam during the 3rd week of September. Dr. Tom Moncrief, Department of Music part-time music faculty member wore his concert tuxedo to illustrate how similar the “performance” in the classroom was to the “performance” in the Concert Hall. The word “performance” is used in many contexts, such as a student’s’ “performance” in the class and a musician’s “performance” in concert. This use of the same word is deliberate, because one must take the same attitudes and work ethics for maximum achievement in both.
When learners can directly relate experiences/learning from one discipline to the next, their cognitive thinking skills increase and we are able to solve problems faster. When one applies this direct relationship to anything that is presented in front of them, they will soon reap the “ovations” for their accomplishment. As a student, Moncrief performed at a very high level in music courses and struggled in disciplines outside music (Science and Math). However, a revelation came to him that because of his strength in music, he was approaching the music courses differently than the core academic courses. When he was able to approach the “classroom door” with the same attitudes and discipline as the “stage door,” success in all areas began to come readily available.
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.
Please join the CPCC Music Department this Thursday, September 7th 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.
All CPCC Music Majors – please attend this Thursday’s music majors’ meeting, 8/31/17 at 1230pm in Sloan 101. The meeting will provide information on the music major, updates to the program, and much more…