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.
Many thanks to Andrew Zohn for presenting a very fine classical guitar recital on October 13.
Please join CPCC in welcoming the Paul Taylor 2 Dance Company in performance in the Halton Theater on September 22nd at 730pm. Admission is free
The CPCC Early Music Consort played to a packed house at The Church of the Good Shepherd in York, SC as part of York’s Summerfest. The program, The Music of Shakespeare, included pieces from Shakespeare’s plays and music referred to in the plays. Soprano Tina Zenker-Williams joined the group which plays many Renaissance instruments including viola da gamba, recorder, harp, crumhorn and shawm.
Please join the CPCC Music Department on Thursday, September 8th at 1230pm in Tate Hall to welcome the return of Bechtler on Campus. Craig Bove and Tanja Bechtler lead the discussions of the art, music, and historical context that share concepts and characteristics with music performed by the Bechtler Ensemble.
It’s never too early to plan your Fall CPCC Music Department concert going calendar. Please go to our Fall 2016 Concert and Events guide to find out more about our fall concert schedule.
Building on the fundamentals learned in Audio Engineering 1, the Audio Engineering AAC8102 class provides a more in-depth study of the topics and principals introduced in the Audio Engineering 1 class and bridges the gap between the Audio Engineering 1 and Audio Engineering 2 classes. This class provides the student with the information necessary to succeed in the audio engineering field. Subjects covered in the course will include: an in depth study of room acoustics and the underlying theoretical principals of applying acoustic treatment; Recording studio interfacing and the standard recommended wiring practices for connecting audio equipment; acoustic treatment design and construction; Power systems and grounding and the principals of Recording studio design; equipment selection and upgrades; and control room monitor placement and selection. During the course of the semester the students will participate in designing a recording studio including all the necessary aspects needed to construct a “real life” commercial recording studio. The business aspects of running a commercial or project studio will also be covered. Even though the class relies heavily on math and science, no advance math or science class is needed for the student to benefit from this class. All the basic principals of math and science necessary are covered in Audio Engineering 1 or during this class. On completion of this class the student should be able to design and interconnect a commercial recording studio starting with nothing but a piece of paper. Audio Engineering 1 (AAC8002) is a prerequisite.