Senoria Concerts in the Music Department

The Gene Bryant Memorial Concert

Each year as a part of Sensoria, the CPCC music department honors the memory of Gene Bryant, founder and longtime chair of the music department. The nature of the Arts & Communication division is a direct result of his vision, spirit and tireless energy as his impact still resonates throughout the music department, college and community.

In 2014 the Gene Bryant concert will feature the CPCC Jazz Big Band in concert performance on Wednesday April 9 at 730pm in Pease Auditorium. For more information on Sensoria go here.
 

 Bechtler on Campus

The Bechtler Museum and CPCC Music and Art departments have collaborated on a music and art series that consists of five concerts of chamber that are paired with a presentation of slides of parallel artwork from the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art. A sixth concert of 20th/21st century orchestral music in the Halton Theater is paired with the Ross Gallery opening of the exhibit of select modern art work from the Bechtler Museum as a part of Sensoria week.

Monday, April 7th 2014 at 7:30 p.m. Halton Theater

The concert will feature the pairing of visual art and music of the 20th/21st centuries. The partnership between CPCC Music/Art Departments and the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art offers an educational combination of modern music at the Halton Theater and masterpieces of the 20th century from the Bechtler Museum displayed at the Ross Gallery.

The pairing of visual art and music of the 20th and 21st centuries with artwork from the Bechtler Museum. This program will plan to feature music by Luciano Berio, Cuban composer Leo Brouwer, Swiss composer Alfred Felder, and CPCC music department chair, Craig Bove. 

April
4 – 8:00 PM
5 – 8:00 PM
6 – 2:30 PM

CPCC Opera Presents: Don Giovanni

Halton Theater

The legend of the notorious womanizer, Don Juan, and his encounter with the Stone Guest and his mortality has inspired poets and playwrights for centuries. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his librettist, Lorenzo da Ponte (himself a womanizer) premiered their inspiration of the Don Juan legend on October 29, 1787 in Prague. The opera, Don Giovanni, was an overwhelming success and has become one of the most popular of Mozart’s operas. CPCC Opera Theatre is thrilled to be presenting Don Giovanni this spring to kick-off the CPCC 2014 Sensoria Celebration of the Arts. It will be sung in English with supertitles.

 For information on the CPCC Opera program email Becky.Cook-Carter@cpcc.edu

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