» Calendar of Events - 2016/2017

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+ - SEPTEMBER 2016

September 22
Keyboard Conversations®, A Concert with Commentary
The Golden Age of the Piano
Jeffrey Siegel, pianist
Great favorites from yesteryear!  Featuring the music of Rachmaninoff, Gershwin, Chopin, Mendelssohn, and others, plus Siegel’s always-engaging program commentary -- this is “classical music for everyone.”
Salmon Recital Hall
7:30 p.m.
$35 general admission; $20 senior citizens, alumni, non-Chapman students and Chapman community
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+ - OCTOBER 2016

Poster for Big Band Bubbly BrunchOctober 2
Big Band Bubbly Brunch
Part of the Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration.  Under the direction of Albert Alva, this festive champagne brunch features Chapman’s newest and brightest stars: our very own Big Band.  A cross between Frank Sinatra and Harry Connick Jr., this ensemble will leave you wanting more.
Bert Williams Mall (new location!)
11 a.m.
$40 general admission
For more info or to purchase tickets, please call (714) 628-2874 or visit www.chapman.edu/homecoming

 

Poster for Mary Palchak recitalOctober 9
Faculty Recital – Mary Palchak, flute
Program to include Concertino (Duvernoy), Sonata in G minor (Bach), Duo for Flute and Piano (Copland), Fish Are Jumping (Dick), Bachianas Brasilieras #6 for flute and bassoon (Villa-Lobos) featuring faculty Rebecca Rivera, bassoon, and Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano (Bolling) featuring faculty Clara Cheng, piano, David Black, bass and Nick Terry, drums.
Salmon Recital Hall
5 p.m.
$10 general admission; $5 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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October 14
The Chapman Orchestra & Wind Symphony in Concert
Daniel Alfred Wachs, Music Director and Conductor, The Chapman Orchestra
Christopher J. Nicholas, Music Director and Conductor, Chapman University Wind Symphony

Program to include orchestral masterworks and contemporary symphonic works by composers Malcolm Arnold (Peterloo Overture), Gustav Mahler (“Urlicht” from Mahler Symphony No. 2 featuring Erin Theodorakis, mezzo-soprano), Brett William Dietz (Saisei Fanfare), Chang Su Koh (Lament), and Darius Milhaud (La Creation du Monde).
Musco Center for the Arts
7:30 0.0.pm
$15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Poster for Break the Coconut Faculty Lecture recitalOctober 15
Faculty Lecture Recital – M. Camargo Guarnieri - Brazilian Song
Conservatory faculty Rebecca Sherburn, soprano and Louise Thomas, piano are joined by Sarah Tyrrell (guest musicologist) in this engaging evening of art songs.  Featuring Conservatory students from the studios of Drs. Thomas and Sherburn.
Salmon Recital Hall
7:30 p.m.
$10 general admission; $5 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Poster for Opera Chapman - Kurt Weill After DarkOctober 21-23
Opera Chapman presents “Kurt Weill After Dark” – A Cabaret-style Review
Peter Atherton, Artistic Director
Nicola Bowie, Guest Director and Choreographer
Carol Neblett, Associate Director
Janet Kao & Paul Floyd, Musical Direction

Selections from The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny) and Street Scene.
Musco Center for the Arts
7:30 p.m. – Oct. 21 and 22
3 p.m. – Oct. 23
$15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Poster for University Singers in ConcertOctober 29
University Singers in Concert
Stephen Coker, Conductor
The 34-voice Chapman University Singers performs a concert of sacred and secular vocal ensemble compositions that spans five centuries of the choral art.
Fish Interfaith Center
7:30 p.m.
$15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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+ - NOVEMBER 2016

Poster for Songs of the HolocaustNovember 9
Guest Artists in Recital – Rachel Joselson, soprano with Rene Lecuona, piano
Subtitled “Songs of the Holocaust,” the Conservatory will feature Dr. Joselson in repertoire from her new CD released by Albany Records.
Salmon Recital Hall
8 p.m.
$10 general admission; $5 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Poster for The Chapman Orchestra & Wind Symphony in ConcertNovember 11
The Chapman Orchestra & Wind Symphony in Concert
Daniel Alfred Wachs, Music Director and Conductor, The Chapman Orchestra
Christopher J. Nicholas, Music Director and Conductor, Chapman University Wind Symphony

Program to include orchestral masterworks and contemporary symphonic works by composers Claude Debussy (Prelude a l’Apres midi d’un Faune), Leonard Bernstein (“Profanation” from Jeremiah Symphony), Hector Berlioz (Les Nuits d’ete featuring Maria Lazarova, mezzo-soprano), John Estacio (Frenergy), Osvaldo Golijov (Last Round) and Justin Freer (Rio's Convergence).
Musco Center for the Arts
7:30 p.m.
$15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Poster for University Choir & Women's Choir in ConcertNovember 12
University Choir & Women’s Choir in Concert
Stephen Coker, Conductor, University Choir
Chelsea Dehn, Conductor, University Women’s Choir

The University Women's Choir under the direction of Chelsea Dehn and the University Choir conducted by Stephen Coker will present a concert featuring a wide variety of choral works ranging from Renaissance era pieces  to contemporary compositions and folksong arrangements from around the world.
Fish Interfaith Center
7:30 p.m.
$15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Poster for Faculty Recital - Louise Thomas & Paul FloydNovember 13
Faculty Recital – Louise Thomas and Paul Floyd, piano
Program to include selections by Mozart, Rachmaninov, Lutoslawski and Ravel.
Salmon Recital Hall
5 p.m.
$10 general admission; $5 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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November 14
Guest Artist in Recital – Daniel Shapiro, piano
Program to be announced.
Salmon Recital Hall
7:30 p.m.
$10 general admission; $5 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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November 15
Chapman Percussion Ensemble
Nicholas Terry, Director
The Chapman Percussion Ensemble presents an evening of exciting and dynamic percussion music, featuring the music of Lou Harrison, John Cage, Peter Garland, Erik Griswold, Bill Alves, and Rudiger Pawassar.
Salmon Recital Hall
8 p.m.
Admission is free.

November 16
2016-17 Instrumental & Vocal Competition
Come Hear Talent: Join the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music for our annual competition, held by The Chapman Orchestra.
Salmon Recital Hall
7 p.m.
Admission is free.

Poster for Saxophone EnsembleNovember 17
Saxophone Ensemble
The Chapman University Saxophone Ensemble performs an eclectic mix of classical and jazz repertoire.  Works by J.S. Bach, Caryl Florio, Lennie Niehaus and others.
Salmon Recital Hall
8 p.m.
Admission is free.

November 29
Big Band & Jazz Combo
Albert Alva, Director
Program to be announced.
Chapman Auditorium, Memorial Hall
7:30 p.m.
$15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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November 29
Keyboard Collaborative Arts Recital
Under the direction of Louise Thomas, Keyboard Collaborative Arts students will perform a varied program of solo and collaborative piano repertoire.
Salmon Recital Hall
7:30 p.m.
Admission is free.

+ - DECEMBER 2016

December 1
New Music Ensemble
Under the direction of Sean Heim, the New Music Ensemble presents works by current composition majors as well as those by many of the major composers of the last fifty years.  Instrumental and vocal faculty members, along with distinguished guest artists, often participate in the ensemble, offering students a chance to perform with their teachers and mentors as well as their peers.
Salmon Recital Hall
8 p.m.
Admission is free.

December 3
Instrumental Chamber Music
Under the direction of Grace Fong, Robert Becker and Christopher Nicholas, the Instrumental Chamber Music concerts feature students from the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music in piano, string and woodwind quintets, quartets, trios and brass ensembles.
Salmon Recital Hall
2 p.m. (Winds & Brass)
5 p.m. (Strings & Piano)
Admission is free.

December 4
Early Music Ensemble: Singen und Klingen
Under the direction of Bruce Bales, the Chapman University Early Music Ensemble will perform German Music from the Late Renaissance through the Early Baroque featuring works by Senfl, Hassler, Praetorius, Brade, Scheidt, Shein, and Schütz.
Salmon Recital Hall
5 p.m.
Admission is free.

December 4
Chapman Guitar Ensemble
Under the direction of Jeff Cogan, the award-winning Classical Guitar Program at Chapman University has flourished since 1982.  Guitar majors benefit by interacting with world class visiting performers and instructors who help to mold these developing young artists into polished musicians ready to meet the challenges of a career in music.
Salmon Recital Hall
8 p.m.
Admission is free.

December 6
Student Piano Showcase
Grace Fong, Director
The student pianists will perform a program of works from the mid-1700s to the present. The program includes students of Grace Fong, Janice Park, and Karen Knecht.
Salmon Recital Hall
7:30 p.m.
Admission is free.

December 7
Student Pianists in Recital
Janice Park, Director
The program includes students of Ron Anderson, Christopher Brennan, Ruby Cheng, Karen Knecht, Hedy Lee, Janice Park, and Louise Thomas.
Salmon Recital Hall
7:30 p.m.
Admission is free.

Poster for Holiday WassailDecember 10
53rd Annual Holiday Wassail Banquet and Concert
Stephen Coker, Conductor, Chapman University Singers and Choir
Chelsea Dehn, Conductor, University Women’s Choir
Daniel Alfred Wachs, Music Director, The Chapman Orchestra

We’re throwing the merriest of holiday parties, starting with a festive and delicious winter banquet followed by a magnificent concert of holiday season favorites, held for the first time in the acclaimed Musco Center for the Arts!  The program features the gifted Chapman University Singers, University Choir and Women’s Choir along with spectacular music performed by The Chapman Orchestra. Come delight in this joyful and musically rich evening!

6 p.m. – Reception and Dinner in Fish Interfaith Center
8 p.m. – Concert in Musco Center for the Arts
Concert-Only Tickets: $25 general admission; $15 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students; $10 CU community
Banquet & Concert Package (SOLD OUT): $85 per person, includes reception, dinner and concert (limited availability)

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+ - FEBRUARY 2017

Poster for University Singers Post-tour ConcertFebruary 3
University Singers Post-tour Concert
Stephen Coker, conductor
Musco Center for the Arts ― 7:30 pm
Tickets:  $15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Chapman’s top choir, University Singers will perform an exciting concert featuring highlights from their Northern California and Nevada winter tour.

February 4
2017 Honor Band Festival & Concert
Christopher J. Nicholas, director
Musco Center for the Arts ― 6:00 pm concert
Admission is free.

Led by Dr. Christopher Nicholas, over 100 of the most talented high school instrumental musicians from throughout Orange County present an evening concert featuring classic band repertoire and exciting new works by composers Frank Ticheli, Brian Balmages, Julie Giroux, and others.

Poster for Faculty Recital - Gary MatsuuraFebruary 4
Faculty Recital – Gary Matsuura, saxophone
Salmon Recital Hall (Bertea Hall 100) ― 8:00 pm
Tickets: $10 general admission; $5 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students

Program to include works by J.S. Bach, Pierre Lantier, Pierre Max Dubois, and Gary Matsuura.

February 10
2017 Chamber Choir Festival
Stephen Coker, director
Musco Center for the Arts ― 3:30 pm
Admission is free.

Join Stephen Coker and the University Singers as they host high school and college choirs from throughout Orange County.

Poster for Del Sol String QuartetFebruary 11
New Horizons Concert Series:  Del Sol String Quartet
Salmon Recital Hall, Bertea Hall 100 ― 8:00 pm
Tickets:  $10 general admission; $5 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Based in San Francisco, the award-winning Del Sol String Quartet is a leading force in 21st century chamber music specializing in sharing the music of living composers. This program journeys through the diverse languages of influential American composers – Terry Riley’s looping grooves grown from Indian raga music; Ruth Crawford Seeger radically experimental processes; Ben Johnston’s just intonation Americana; and Gabriela Lena Frank’s exploration of Peruvian traditions.

Poster for Faculty Recital - Hedy LeeFebruary 12
Faculty Recital – Hedy Lee, piano
Salmon Recital Hall (Bertea Hall 100) ― 5:00 pm
Tickets: $10 general admission; $5 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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With special guest artists Laszlo Mezo and Tomomi Sato.  Program to feature Russian works including the formidable Rachmaninov's Sonata in g minor for cello and piano, Rachmaninov's Suite No. 2 for Two Pianos, and Kapustin's Paraphrase on Dizzy Gillespie's Manteca for Two Pianos Op. 129.

February 24
2017 Concert Choir Festival

Stephen Coker, director
Chapman Auditorium, Memorial Hall ― 3:30 pm
Admission is free.

Join Stephen Coker and the University Choir as they host high school and college choirs from throughout Orange County.

+ - MARCH 2017

Poster for The Chapman Orchestra - The French ConnectionMarch 3
The Chapman Orchestra in Concert: The French Connection
Daniel Alfred Wachs, music director and conductor
Featuring David Scott (’18), Jason Liebson (’18), and Andrew King (’16), conductors; Matthew LaBelle (’17), trumpet; Olivia Gerns (’18), English horn; and 2015 Vocal Competition Winner Yllary Cajahuaringa (’17), soprano
Musco Center for the Arts — 7:30 pm
Tickets: $15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Program to feature Gabriel Fauré’s Suite from Pelléas et Mélisande Op. 80; Ophelia’s Mad Scene from Hamlet by Ambroise Thomas; Aaron Copland’s Quiet City; and Mozart’s Symphony No. 31 Paris.

+ - APRIL 2017

Poster for Wind SymphonyApril 6
Chapman University Wind Symphony: Celebrating the California Dream Space
Christopher J. Nicholas, music director and conductor
Musco Center for the Arts ― 7:30 pm
Tickets:  $15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Part of the annual Chapman University and Pacific Symphony Interplay Festival. This year’s theme, titled "Golden Dreams", celebrates California’s role as a unique cultural crossroads, bringing together our state’s indigenous populations with immigrants from all directions to create a rich and diverse human landscape.  Program features Los Angeles composer Frank Ticheli's Wild Nights!, Australian émigré composer Percy Grainger’s monumental Lincolnshire Posy, Alfred Reed’s El Camino Real: A Latin Fantasy, and the powerful Lincoln Portrait of Aaron Copland.

Poster for University Singers and Choir in ConcertApril 7
Chapman University Choir & University Singers in Concert: A Secular Feast
Stephen Coker, conductor
Fish Interfaith Center ― 7:30 pm
Tickets:  $15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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In this joint concert, the 30-voice University Singers will perform a program of secular Italian choral works of Claudio Monteverdi and William Hawley as well as Eric Whitacre’s dramatic "choral scene" Leonardo Dreams of His Flying Machine.  The University Choir consisting of 50 mixed voices will sing works by two contemporary composers, Canadian Stephen Chatman and Shawn Kirchner of the United States. Also included will be folk songs of Japan and Ireland as well as Georges Bizet’s Valse avec choir.

Poster for Splinter ReedsApril 8
New Horizons Concert Series:  Splinter Reeds
Salmon Recital Hall, Bertea Hall 100 ― 8:00 pm
Tickets:  $10 general admission; $5 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Splinter Reeds is the Bay Area's first reed quintet, comprising five innovative musicians with a shared passion for new music. The ensemble is committed to presenting top tier performances of today’s best contemporary composition, showcasing the vast possibilities of the reed quintet, commissioning new works, and collaborating with fellow musicians and artists. As a relatively new and emerging chamber music genre, the reed quintet is an evolutionary detour from the traditional woodwind quintet with the advantages of a more closely related instrument family. With approximately 19 reed quintets worldwide, Splinter Reeds is dedicated to cutting edge composition and aims to expand on the existing reed quintet repertoire through the development of new works by emerging and established composers.  Splinter's concert at Chapman will feature music by Eric Wubbels, Ken Ueno, Marc Mellits, in addition to works by Chapman composition faculty Jeffrey Holmes and Vera Ivanova.   

April 11
Chapman Percussion Ensemble
Nicholas Terry, director
Salmon Recital Hall (Bertea Hall 100) ― 8:00 pm
Admission is free.

The CPE presents an evening of exciting and exotic chamber music, featuring compositions by the most renowned and visionary composers of the 20th and 21st centuries.  Experience powerful, sublime, and visceral performances created from hundreds of percussion instruments!

Poster for Ensemble InverspaceApril 13
New Horizons Concert Series:  Ensemble Inverspace
Salmon Recital Hall, Bertea Hall 100 ― 8:00 pm
Tickets:  $10 general admission; $5 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Ensemble Inverspace is a Europe-based group (Switzerland, Germany, and Belarus) dedicated to contemporary and experimental music, collaborating with composers, and exploring electronic music and new sound technologies. Performing their program Flickering Shadows, the evening includes acoustic and electroacoustic works of composers Fred Frith, Antoine Chessex, Peter Ablinger, Wen Liu, Martin Hiendl and Chapman University faculty Dominique Schafer. Ensemble Inverspace is supported in part by the Goethe Institute.

Poster for Saxophone EnsembleApril 20
Chapman Saxophone Ensemble
Gary Matsuura, director
Salmon Recital Hall (Bertea Hall 100) ― 8:00 pm
Admission is free.

The Chapman University Saxophone Ensemble performs an eclectic mix of classical and jazz repertoire. Works by J.S. Bach, Johannes Brahms, Jean- Michel Maury, Tom Brown and others.

 

 

 

Poster for Opera Chapman-Die FledermausApril 21— 23
Opera Chapman and The Chapman Orchestra present: An Opera Gala featuring Die Fledermaus Act 2 and other Delicacies!
Peter Atherton, artistic director
Carol Neblett, associate director
Nicola Bowie, stage director
Paul Floyd, conductor
Daniel Alfred Wachs, music director, The Chapman Orchestra
Musco Center for the Arts ― 7:30 pm April 21 & 22; 3:00 pm April 23
Tickets:  $25 general admission; $15 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Join us for a spectacular night of opera, featuring Act 2 from Die Fledermaus (The Bat) by Johann Strauss II, with special guest performances on the Musco Center stage!

April 28
Keyboard Collaborative Arts Studio Lecture Recital
Louise Thomas, director
Salmon Recital Hall (Bertea Hall 100) ― 8:00 pm
Admission is free.

+ - MAY 2017

May 2
Big Band & Jazz Combo
Albert Alva, director
Chapman Auditorium, Memorial Hall ― 7:30 pm
Tickets:  $15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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Jump, jive and boogie as the Chapman Big Band & Jazz Combo pays tribute to the music of Louie Bellson.  Considered "The World's Greatest Drummer" by Duke Ellington, Louie was also a prolific composer, and the inventor of the double bass drum.

May 2
Keyboard Collaborative Arts Recital
Louise Thomas, director
Salmon Recital Hall (Bertea Hall 100) ― 7:30 pm
Admission is free.

Under the direction of Louise Thomas, Keyboard Collaborative Arts students will perform a varied program of solo and collaborative piano repertoire.

May 4
New Music Ensemble
Sean Heim, director
Salmon Recital Hall (Bertea Hall 100) ― 8:00 pm
Admission is free.

Under the direction of Sean Heim, the New Music Ensemble presents works by current composition majors as well as those by many of the major composers of the last fifty years.  Instrumental and vocal faculty members, along with distinguished guest artists, often participate in the ensemble, offering students a chance to perform with their teachers and mentors as well as their peers.

May 5
University Women’s Choir in Concert
Chelsea Dehn, conductor
Fish Interfaith Center ― 7:30 pm
Tickets:  $15 general admission; $10 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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The University Women's Choir under the direction of Chelsea Dehn will present a concert featuring a wide variety of choral works ranging from Renaissance era pieces  to contemporary compositions and folksong arrangements from around the world.

May 6
Instrumental Chamber Music
Salmon Recital Hall, Bertea Hall 100
2:00 pm (Winds & Brass) & 5:00 pm (Strings & Piano)
Admission is free.

Under the direction of Grace Fong, Robert Becker and Christopher Nicholas, the Instrumental Chamber Music concerts feature students from the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music in piano, string and woodwind quintets, quartets, trios and brass ensembles.

Poster for Hear NowMay 6
New Horizons Concert Series:  Hear Now Festival
Salmon Recital Hall, Bertea Hall 100 ― 8:00 pm
Tickets:  $10 general admission; $5 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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The seventh annual HEAR NOW Music Festival comes to Chapman!  Los Angeles is known as a center of film music, but Los Angeles is also a place where composers are hearing and writing very personal, idiosyncratic, impossible-to-categorize forms of concert music. HEAR NOW is a festival that features these composers and their music. You’ll hear superb chamber musicians and soloists in some of the most daring and beautiful music being composed today. “...rapturous chamber music...” (Mark Swed, LA Times). This Hear Now festival guest recital is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission and by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs and the NEA ArtWorks program.

May 7
Early Music Ensemble: Orpheus Britannicus
Bruce Bales, director
Salmon Recital Hall, Bertea Hall 100 ― 5:00 pm
Admission is free.

Under the direction of Bruce Bales, the Chapman University Early Music Ensemble will perform a collection of the choice’t songs compos’d by Mr. Henry Purcell and Company, together with such symphonies as were by them design’d: and a through-bass to each song.

May 7
Chapman Guitar Ensemble
Jeffrey Cogan, director
Salmon Recital Hall, Bertea Hall 100 ― 8:00 pm
Admission is free.

Under the direction of Jeff Cogan, the award-winning Classical Guitar Program at Chapman University has flourished since 1982.  Guitar majors benefit by interacting with world class visiting performers and instructors who help to mold these developing young artists into polished musicians ready to meet the challenges of a career in music.

May 9
Student Piano Showcase
Grace Fong, director
Salmon Recital Hall, Bertea Hall 100 ― 7:30 pm
Admission is free.

The student pianists will perform a program of works from the mid-1700s to the present. The program includes students of Grace Fong, Janice Park, and Karen Knecht.

May 11
Student Pianists in Recital
Janice Park, director
Salmon Recital Hall, Bertea Hall 100 ― 7:30 pm
Admission is free.

The program includes students of Ron Anderson, Christopher Brennan, Ruby Cheng, Karen Knecht, Hedy Lee, and Janice Park.

May 13
43rd Annual Sholund Scholarship Concert
Chapman University Choirs – Stephen Coker, conductor
The Chapman Orchestra – Daniel Alfred Wachs, music director
Musco Center for the Arts ― 4:00 pm
Tickets:  $20 general admission; $15 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students
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The season grand finale for the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music, featuring the combined forces of The Chapman Orchestra and Chapman Choirs, and performances by winners of this year’s Instrumental and Vocal Competition.

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