Chapman University’s Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music is pleased to announce the 2016 New Horizons Concert Series, which features performances by six leading contemporary music soloists and ensembles. All six concert events take place in Salmon Recital Hall and begin at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 general admission; $5 senior citizens and non-Chapman students; and free for
Fresh from their Northern California tour which wraps up at the end of January, the Chapman University Singers will give a post-tour concert on February 5, 2016 in Fish Interfaith Center’s Wallace All Faiths Chapel at 7:30pm. The 33-voice choir will present selections from their tour repertoire including Renaissance works of Anerio and Monteverdi, Romantic compositions by
Southern California pianist Ning An (安寧) will perform on Tuesday, February 2 in Salmon Recital Hall. The program includes Chopin’s four Ballades, Schumann’s Arabesque, and Listz’s B Minor Sonata. This is an opportunity to hear a musician hailed as one who “combines a flawless technique and mastery of the instrument with an expressive power that is
Chapman University’s acclaimed University Singers group is preparing to launch it’s annual concert tour next week, with plans to give four free, public concerts in Northern California beginning January 19 through January 24. Upon return to Orange County, a special Post-Tour Concert will be held on February 5 on the Chapman campus. Tickets for the
The Orpheus myth, upon which Eurydice is based, is an exploration of grief. Playwright Sarah Ruhl centralizes Eurydice herself and her experience in the Underworld, bringing forth the connections between grief, water, and memory. A truism about water: one can never step into the same river, experience, love, or loss the same way twice. Does
Jonathan Larson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical Rent opens on Chapman University’s Waltmar Theatre stage this week on Thursday, October 1. In honor of the show’s twenty-year anniversary, the Department of Theatre has planned two special, free symposia on October 8th and 9th for audiences interested in enhancing their experience and understanding of the production.
Imagine – just for a moment – it’s Christmas Eve, 1989. You are a free-spirited aspiring artist living under the snowy skyline of Manhattan’s East Village. You might have a day job to support yourself, as you pursue your creative passion. You’ve got a great roommate and great friends. Things are pretty good for the
Every year, students in the Department of Theatre eagerly await the announcement of the plays scheduled for the upcoming season, excited to hear about the opportunities coming their way. Continuing a tradition that began last year, the Season Announcement took place following the final dress rehearsal of our fourth show in the 2014-15 Theatre Season, Rosencrantz &
On April 15, 2015, Chapman University’s Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music and Dr. Vera Ivanova welcome back the Moscow Contemporary Music Ensemble (MCME) who will perform the exciting recital program: Tributes to 20th-century Masters. Completing the ensemble are Ivan Bushuev, flute; Oleg Tantsov, clarinet; Mikhail Dubov, piano; Vladislav Pesin, violin; Evgeny Tonkha, violoncello; and Viktoria Korshunova, manager.
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