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Full Schedule

August Wilson’s Joe Turners Come and Gone

Friday, April 10th at 8 p.m.

 

Pease Auditorium

 

Set in Pittsburgh in 1911, this drama by the author of The Piano Lesson and Fences is the story of the denizens of a boardinghouse who each have a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. The boarders include the proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South and a mysterious stranger who is searching for his wife.


CPCC Opera Theatre presents Battle of the Composers: VERDI vs. WAGNER

Friday, April 10th at 8 p.m.

 

Dale F. Halton Theater, Overcash Building

 

As America well knows, battles between the North and South are not uncommon, and the operatic world has its own North and South conflict.  Only this conflict was born North and South of the Swiss Alps.  The Italian composer, Giuseppe Verdi and the German composer, Richard Wagner defined the Romantic Period of Opera.  They were born in the same year, were both renowned composers during their lifetimes, and are both operatic legends; but that is where the similarities end.  Join CPCC Opera Theatre as we battle it out between these two operatic greats!


Slow Art Day

Saturday, April 11th at 11 a.m.

 

Ross Gallery, Overcash Building

 

Slow Art Day is the global all-volunteer event with a simple mission: help more people discover for themselves the joy of looking at and loving art. Guests to this year’s event will look slowly at sculpture by Shaun Cassidy.


August Wilson’s Joe Turners Come and Gone

Saturday, April 11th at 8 p.m.

 

Pease Auditorium

 

Set in Pittsburgh in 1911, this drama by the author of The Piano Lesson and Fences is the story of the denizens of a boardinghouse who each have a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. The boarders include the proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South and a mysterious stranger who is searching for his wife.

 


CPCC Opera Theatre presents Battle of the Composers: VERDI vs. WAGNER

Saturday, April 11th at 8 p.m.

 

Dale F. Halton Theater, Overcash Building

 

As America well knows, battles between the North and South are not uncommon, and the operatic world has its own North and South conflict.  Only this conflict was born North and South of the Swiss Alps.  The Italian composer, Giuseppe Verdi and the German composer, Richard Wagner defined the Romantic Period of Opera.  They were born in the same year, were both renowned composers during their lifetimes, and are both operatic legends; but that is where the similarities end.  Join CPCC Opera Theatre as we battle it out between these two operatic greats!


August Wilson’s Joe Turners Come and Gone

Sunday, April 12th at 2:30 p.m.

 

Pease Auditorium

 

Set in Pittsburgh in 1911, this drama by the author of The Piano Lesson and Fences is the story of the denizens of a boardinghouse who each have a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. The boarders include the proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South and a mysterious stranger who is searching for his wife.


CPCC Opera Theatre presents: Battle of the Composers: VERDI vs. WAGNER

Sunday, April 12th at 2:30 p.m.

 

Dale F. Halton Theater, Overcash Building

 

As America well knows, battles between the North and South are not uncommon, and the operatic world has its own North and South conflict.  Only this conflict was born North and South of the Swiss Alps.  The Italian composer, Giuseppe Verdi and the German composer, Richard Wagner defined the Romantic Period of Opera.  They were born in the same year, were both renowned composers during their lifetimes, and are both operatic legends; but that is where the similarities end.  Join CPCC Opera Theatre as we battle it out between these two operatic greats!


Scholastic Book Fair

Monday, April 13th at 9:30 a.m.

 

9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Overcash Lobby

 


CPCC Chorus

Monday, April 13th at 1:30 p.m.

 

Tate Hall, Overcash Building

 

The CPCC Chorus will present a program of American Music ranging in style from the Broadway stage to traditional melodies. Join this student ensemble for a Celebration of Song.


Scholastic Book Fair

Tuesday, April 14th at 9:30 a.m.


9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Overcash Lobby

 


Noah Hutton, Documentary Filmmaker

Tuesday, April 14th at 9:30 a.m.

 

Tate Hall

 

Noah Hutton is the director of Crude Independence, a documentary about the North Dakota oil boom; More to Live For, the story of three lives, all shaken by cancer and dependent upon the one vital bone marrow match that could save them; and King for Two Days, a concert documentary about jazz drummer Dave King. For the next ten years, Hutton will be filming footage for a documentary feature about The Blue Brain Project.


Annual Juried Student Art Show

Tuesday, April 14th at 6 p.m.

 

Ross Gallery, Overcash Building

 

Each spring, CPCC hosts a juried student show featuring the best work of our art majors. We invite an independent juror to choose the work for the exhibition. Come join us in the celebration of student art.


Scholastic Book Fair

Wednesday, April 15th at 9:30 a.m.

 

9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Overcash Lobby

 


Great American Bake Sale

Wednesday, April 15th at 9:30 a.m.


9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Overcash Lobby

 


Irene Blair Honeycutt Distinguished Lecturer Chris Abani Reading and Discussion

Wednesday, April 15th at 10:30 a.m.

 

Halton Theater

 

Through his TED Talks, public speaking, and essays, Abani is known as an international voice on humanitarianism, art, ethics, and our shared political responsibility. His critical and personal essays have been featured in books on art and photography, as well as Witness, Parkett, The New York Times, O Magazine, and Bomb.


Early Music Consort

Wednesday, April 15th at 12:30 p.m.

 

Tate Hall, Overcash Building 2nd Floor


The CPCC Early Music Consort brings the sounds of the Renaissance to the 21st century. The consort specializes in playing rarely heard instruments such as shawms, dulcians, sackbuts, violas da gamba, harps, and recorders of all sizes to recreate music written before 1600. Join them as they play a program of instrumental music from Spain, England and Italy.


Meet the Architect and Interior Designer

Wednesday, April 15th at 12:30 p.m.

 

12:30 p.m. - 1:20 p.m.

Halton Theater, Overcash Building

 


Irene Blair Honeycutt Distinguished Lecturer Chris Abani Reading and Discussion

Wednesday, April 15th at 7 p.m.

 

Tate Hall

 

Through his TED Talks, public speaking, and essays, Abani is known as an international voice on humanitarianism, art, ethics, and our shared political responsibility. His critical and personal essays have been featured in books on art and photography, as well as Witness, Parkett, The New York Times, O Magazine, and Bomb.


Gene Bryant Memorial Concert

Wednesday, April 15th at 7:30 p.m.

 

Halton Theater, Overcash Building

 

The CPCC music department honors the memory of Gene Bryant, founder and longtime chair of the music department. This annual concert celebrates the CPCC music department as well as Gene’s legacy. Full-time and part-time faculty members of the music department take the stage in musical performance to honor Gene’s memory.


Scholastic Book Fair

Thursday, April 16th at 9:30 a.m.

 

Overcash Lobby

9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.


Molly Antopol Reading and Discussion

Thursday, April 16th at 11 a.m.

 

Tate Hall

 

Molly Antopol's debut story collection, The UnAmericans, was published by W.W. Norton in February 2014. She is a recent Wallace Stegner Fellow, a current Jones Lecturer at Stanford University, and a recipient of the 5 Under 35 award from the National Book Foundation. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming on NPR’s This American Life, online at The New Yorker, and in One Story, Ecotone, The Oxford American, American Short Fiction, Mississippi Review Prize Stories, The Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, The Rumpus and elsewhere.


CPCC Applied Student Music Recital

Thursday, April 16th at 12:30 p.m.

 

Bryant Hall, Slone-Morgan Building

 

CPCC music majors are featured in the Applied Student Recital. Performers share music they have studied during the spring semester.

 


August Wilson’s Joe Turners Come and Gone

Thursday, April 16th at 7:30 p.m.

 

Pease Auditorium

 

Set in Pittsburgh in 1911, this drama by the author of The Piano Lesson and Fences is the story of the denizens of a boardinghouse who each have a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. The boarders include the proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South and a mysterious stranger who is searching for his wife.


August Wilson’s Joe Turners Come and Gone

Friday, April 17th at 8 p.m.

 

Pease Auditorium

 

Set in Pittsburgh in 1911, this drama by the author of The Piano Lesson and Fences is the story of the denizens of a boardinghouse who each have a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. The boarders include the proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South and a mysterious stranger who is searching for his wife.


Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein

Friday, April 17th at 8 p.m.

 

Halton Theatre

 

Closing the curtain on Charlotte Concerts’ 85th season are two of the world’s
greatest young chamber musicians.


August Wilson’s Joe Turners Come and Gone

Saturday, April 18th at 8 p.m.

 

Pease Auditorium

 

Set in Pittsburgh in 1911, this drama by the author of The Piano Lesson and Fences is the story of the denizens of a boardinghouse who each have a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. The boarders include the proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South and a mysterious stranger who is searching for his wife.


August Wilson’s Joe Turners Come and Gone

Sunday, April 19th at 2:30 p.m.

 

Pease Auditorium

 

Set in Pittsburgh in 1911, this drama by the author of The Piano Lesson and Fences is the story of the denizens of a boardinghouse who each have a different relationship to a past of slavery as well as to the urban present. The boarders include the proprietors, an eccentric clairvoyant with a penchant for old country voodoo, a young homeboy up from the South and a mysterious stranger who is searching for his wife.