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Busy Interterm 2013 for College of Performing Arts Students

October 29, 2012 by | CoPA News

  Students of the College of Performing Arts will be traveling the country as well as honing their skills on the Chapman campus in January 2013.  The New York Theatre Tour will allow theatre students to analyze the interconnectedness of local and global influences within the New York theatre community, as

Orange County Youth Symphony Orchestra at Disney Hall

August 23, 2012 by | CoPA News

The Orange County Youth Symphony Orchestra (OCYSO), led by assistant professor of music and director of the Chapman Chamber Orchestra Daniel Alfred Wachs, had a successful and rousing debut at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles in July, attended by members of the Chapman Chamber Orchestra as well as the Chapman Percussion

Chapman Percussion Ensemble at the Ojai Music Festival

August 23, 2012 by | CoPA News

 As part of the 66th Ojai Music Festival, six members of the Chapman Percussion Ensemble and adjunct professor of music Dr. Justin DeHart joined 40 additional percussionists from Southern California in a performance of John Luther Adams’ outdoor musical installation  Inuksuit .  The music featured a wide variety of exotic percussive music, including

Grace Fong and Students Visit the Schlern Music Festival

August 21, 2012 by | CoPA News

  Dr. Grace Fong, director of keyboard studies in the Conservatory of Music, served as a faculty member and performer at various music festivals this summer, including the Innsbrook Institute of Music and the Missouri River Arts festival, performing a series of recitals and concerts, and serving as concerto soloist with the Missouri

Orange County Youth Symphony Orchestra Wins American Prize

July 5, 2012 by | CoPA News

The Orange County Youth Symphony Orchestra (OCYSO), led by Daniel Alfred Wachs, assistant professor of music and music director and conductor of the Chapman University Chamber Orchestra, has been named a winner of the American Prize.  The American Prize, founded in 2009, is an annual competition providing regional, national and international recognition for the

Conservatory of Music’s MicroFest in the LA Times!

May 21, 2012 by | Faculty News

MicroFest, “the world’s leading concert series devoted to the glorious universe of non-standard tunings”, was brought to Chapman University’s Conservatory of Music by assistant professor of music Nick Terry, who has worked with the founder John Schneider since 2003.  Since 1997, MicroFest has grown to a festival of eight separate events this year at Southern

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