Feeling stressed these days? You’re not alone. Pursuing a career in the performing arts can come with its fair share of stressors. Honing your craft requires not only passion but an intense work ethic, and career paths in arts and entertainment can be unpredictable and competitive. On top of all that, these days we are
Due to our small class sizes, conservatory-style training, and the personalized education for which Chapman University, CoPA students develop a strong sense of community that continues to serve them well after graduation. Recently, Monica Furman (BFA Theatre Performance ’17) interviewed Leah McKendrick (BFA Theatre Performance ’08) and McKendrick’s producing partner Mariah Owen about their newest
Chapman dance alumnus Ben Bigler (’16) has joined Cher’s “Here We Go Again” world tour as a dancer.
The life of one of opera’s brightest lights, soprano Carol Neblett, Artist-in-Residence at the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music at Chapman, will be celebrated in a free special event at Musco Center for the Arts on Sunday, April 8, 2018 at 4 p.m. The program, developed with her family, the faculty and students who were closest
Chapman University freshman and Temianka Violin Scholar Sandra Bouissou was selected as one of only three people from Orange County, and the only college student, to perform in a special masterclass with world-renowned violinist, Pinchas Zukerman on March 18 in Samueli Hall at Segerstrom Center for the Arts . Hailed for his artistry as both an
Piano students from Chapman’s Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music have been busy proving their talents this month. First, under the direction of Dr. Grace Fong, sophomore Crystal Mo won the piano category in the annual American Fine Arts Festival Competition. As a result, she was invited to performed at Weill Hall, Carnegie Hall in New York on December 11,
It was the winter of 1963, while America was in mourning over the assassination of President John F. Kennedy when Chapman University organized its first Holiday Wassail Concert. The goal of the event was to give the local community a chance to come together and to feel hopeful again for the future. Fifty-one years later,