Archive for August, 2015

Opening Reception for Tri-States Sculptors Exhibition in the Art Gallery

Friday, August 28th, 2015

 

Please join us for the opening reception of the Tri-States Sculptors Exhibition at the Wilma W. Daniels Gallery this evening, Friday, August 28, from 6-9pm. The reception is free and open to the public. Please see the attached flier for more information.

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Music Instructor Ernesto Ferreri has Original Composition Peformed

Thursday, August 27th, 2015

 

CFCC Music Instructor Ernesto Ferreri had one of his original compositions performed at the Museo de Arte de El Salvador, (MARTE) in the nation’s capitol, San Salvador, on the evening of May 18, 2015. The work given was a string quartet composed in 1975 and performed by AMOSES, a subsidiary chamber music group of the El Salvador Symphony Orchestra. The concert was in honor of 40 years of Radio Clasica, El Salvador’s first classical music station.

 

PROGRAMA

ERNESTO FERRERI

ADAGIO Y FUGA EN LA MENOR* para cuarteto de cuerdas

ERNST THEODOR AMADEUS HOFFMANN

QUINTETO EN DO MENOR, AV 24* para arpa y cuarteto de cuerdas

  1. Allegro moderato
  2. Adagio
  • Allegro

INTERMEDIO (10 MIN.)

JOSUÉ VIERA
SERENATA EN DO MENOR, OP. 3 NO. 3§ para cuarteto de cuerdas y arpa

con intervención de soprano

[Obra comisionada para la celebración

del 40° Aniversario de Radio Clásica]

  1. Allegro marcato
  2. Delicado – Con movimiento
  • Furioso
  1. Doloroso – Presto – Maestoso

Priscila Steller, Arpa      Gracia González, Soprano

René Hernández, Violín 1Fernando Cerón, Viola

Camila Sermeño, Violín 2Edwin Torres, Violoncello

* Estreno en El Salvador

 

 

Welcome and Congratulations to Our New Full-Time Faculty

Friday, August 21st, 2015

 

The CFCC Humanities and Fine Arts Department welcomes four full-time faculty this fall:

Michael Epting, Technical Director and Technical Theatre Instructor

Caroline Hudson, French Instructor

Abigail Perry, Art Instructor

Yuna Shin, German Instructor

Moving Soon to Humanities and Fine Arts Center!

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

 

The CFCC Humanities and Fine Arts Department will soon be moving into the new Humanities and Fine Arts Center.  The first faculty offices and student classes to move will be those located in the infamous “E Building.”  This move will happen in mid-September, and the rest of the department should be moved by the end of December.

Benny Hill, a CFCC Music Instructor, to play at Bellamy Mansion Thursday, Aug. 13

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
 

JATM

Thursday, Aug. 13 at 6:30PM

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Join Us!

Cool down on a warm evening with local favoriteBenny Hill and friends.

Benny Hill

Benny has a talented roster of musicians in his quartet and their brand of jazz is smooth and classic.

Check it out here.

With twenty years on the music scene and a history of playing with great musicians Benny’s alto sax is distinctive and sure to please.

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Bring your blankets or chairs and relax on the lawn to the sounds of America’s classic songs played by outstanding artists from Wilmington and beyond.

All concerts start at 6:30pm. Beer and wine sold.

$12 Admission • $10 Members*

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Specially brewed craft beer is available from our friends at Good Hops Brewing. Made just for us and only sold at Bellamy Museum events this small batch summer special is aPreservation Porter!

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*Current members of the Bellamy Mansion Museum
or Cape Fear Jazz Society.

Jazz at the Mansion is a community partnership betweenBellamy Mansion Museum, Cape Fear Jazz Society and our media sponsor WHQR.

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CFCC’s Brandon Guthrie Art Exhibition at UNCW

Tuesday, August 11th, 2015

 

Brandon Guthrie, the chair of CFCC’s Humanities and Fine Arts Department, has the following art exhibit at UNCW.

Brandon Guthrie: Reactions

June 15-August 20
Closing Reception Thursday, August 20 5:30-7 p.m.
CAB Art Gallery UNCW Cultural Arts Building
Summer Hours: 12-4 p.m. Monday-Thursday

Exhibit Poster