Chapman University’s Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music is headed back to the East Coast this spring, featuring an intimate concert series which presents rising young stars from Chapman University’s vocal and instrumental programs. Performances will include an eclectic mix of masterworks and popular music, leaving audiences wanting more. Come enjoy a stellar musical performance as all events are free and open to the public. However, seating may be limited, so RSVP to reserve your space.
May 27, 2015 – Palace Hotel, New York City, NY
455 Madison Avenue (entrance is at 50th street, between Madison and Park)
The Madison Room
Closest Subway Stops:
6 Train on 51st Street and Lexington Avenue
East 53rd Street and 5th Avenue (5 minute walk to hotel)
Kinney Garage (next door to hotel, same side of the street)
Compact Vehicles: 1 hour – $40, 2 hours – $50, 3 hours – $55, up to 8 hours $65
SUV – add $15 to each of the prices above
May 30, 2015 – Second Congregational Church (United Church of Christ), Beverly, MA
35 Conant St # 1, Beverly, MA
The ensemble will include vocal and instrumental performances by Chapman students: Yllary Cajahuaringa, Daniel Emmet, Nickolas Kaynor, Duke Kim, Alexandra Rupp, Chloé Tardif, and Erin Theodorakis. They are led by Associate Dean and Director of Keyboard Collaborative Arts, Louise Thomas, D.M.A.. Dr. Thomas is an acclaimed international pianist and a highly collaborative recording artist. She has been the vocal coach at La Fabbrica in Tuscany, Italy and performed a program of “California Composers Today” at Carnegie Hall and continues her commitment to the music of today.
A Bright Future
The College of Performing Arts at Chapman University offers a dynamic learning environment just a short distance from the entertainment capital of the world. Students with a passion for dance, music, and theatre find a nurturing personalized educational experience here. Join us to celebrate the stellar talent of Chapman vocal and instrumental students as they perform in New England.