Chamber Music at the Hilbert Museum
Hilbert Museum - 4 p.m.
167 N. Atchison Street Orange, CA 92866
Program followed by a reception
Cynthia Ellis, flute
Cristina Montes Mateo, harp
Come and enjoy a free chamber music concert in Chapman University’s beautiful Hilbert Museum by a duo of musicians from Pacific Symphony. What better way to enjoy great music than in a venue surrounded by fine art by many of California's most noted artists? The musicians have curated a program inspired by individual paintings in the Museum's collection and the program will include a lively mixture of music and conversation. We are also delighted that Chapman student Meghan Kemp-Gee will contribute an original poem. Light refreshments will be offered.
This concert is part of the INTERPLAY Festival of arts and ideas, presented by Chapman University and Pacific Symphony, in association with Chapman University's College of Performing Arts and the Hilbert Museum of California Art.
Carl Nielsen: The Fog is Lifting
Gary Schocker: Beyond the Fog
Stella Sung: Dance of the White Lotus Under the Silver Moon
Jean-Michel Damase: Early One Morning
Jean Cras: Suite en duo
Admission is limited and will be first-come, first-served to ticket-holders only. Limited standing room in the back. Performance is free but seating is limited so reservations are recommended.
Exhibit Reception for "Interplay: Music and the Escalette Collection"
Argyros Forum - 5 p.m.
Reception followed by music and conversation with student curators and Pacific Symphony Musicians.
Honoring Chinary Ung at 75
Musco Center for the Arts - 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $15 general admission; $10 senior citizens (65+), alumni, and non-Chapman students; $5 Chapman students, staff and faculty
Join us for a thrilling tribute concert celebrating the life and work of internationally renowned composer and Chapman Presidential Fellow, Dr. Chinary Ung, on the occasion of his 75th birthday. The concert will feature a retrospective of Ung’s works, including the world premiere of Therigatha Inside Aura for two sopranos, bass clarinet, viola, and percussion. Performances by Chapman faculty, The Chapman Orchestra, and some of Southern California’s premiere interpreters of new music.
A Glimpse Into Moments of Grief
Fish Interfaith Center - 12 p.m.
Admission is free.
Elizabeth Maxwell (Associate Professor of Dance), Lexi Difilippo (Graduate student), Peter Sparling (Choreographer), and Tamiko Washington (Associate Professor of Theatre) will share moments of grief in three short performances explored through western and eastern conceptual styles.
44th Annual Sholund Scholarship Concert
Daniel Alfred Wachs, music director & conductor, The Chapman Orchestra
Stephen Coker, director, Chapman Choirs
Clio Brady, viola, 2017 Instrumental Competition winner
Jasmine Rodriguez, soprano, 2017 Vocal Competition winner
Musco Center for the Arts ― 4 p.m.
Tickets: $20 general admission; $15 senior citizens (65+), alumni and non-Chapman students; $10 Chapman students, staff and faculty
Chapman University’s Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music pulls out all the stops for this grand finale concert that will feature the combined forces of The Chapman Orchestra and the Chapman Choirs presenting Ralph Vaughan Williams’ dramatic cantata Dona nobis pacem for soprano and baritone soloists, choir and orchestra. Also featured will be the talented winners of Chapman’s 2017 Instrumental and Vocal Competition performing works for soloist and orchestra.