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.
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
INTERMEDIO (10 MIN.)
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]
Priscila Steller, Arpa Gracia González, Soprano
René Hernández, Violín 1Fernando Cerón, Viola
Camila Sermeño, Violín 2Edwin Torres, Violoncello
* Estreno en El Salvador
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
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.
The Cape Fear Community College Humanities and Fine Arts Center opens this fall. The Opening Night Gala featuring Liza Minnelli is October 3. Many other shows and activities are planned for that week and the entire year. For details visit: http://cfcc.edu/capefearstage/
The exhibit entitled Reactions features the works of Brandon Guthrie, the department chair of the Humanities and Fine Arts Department at Cape Fear Community College. Guthrie’s artwork is featured at UNCW’s Culture Arts Building until August 20th. Summer hours for the CAB Art Gallery are Monday – Thursday from 12 noon – 4 pm.
The department will host a closing reception on Thursday, August 20th from 5:30-7 p.m.
CFCC Student Scholarship Winners from 2014 and 2015 will perform for the annual Ogden Baptist Music Scholarship Concert this Sunday, July 19, 4:00 pm at Ogden Baptist Church. They will be joined by UNCW and CFCC Faculty and Staff.
See concert poster for more information.
Breta Carnes, Art Instructor, will be attending a two week workshop in mold making for sculpture this summer at Arrowmont School of Arts and Craft. The workshop is with TJ Erdahl in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
George Adams, Spanish Instructor, won a scholarship for a one-week perfection course for teachers of Spanish in Salamanca (Spain), imparted by the Tía Tula faculty, all of whom are specialized in teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language and Spanish teacher training. Ten U.S. and Canadian Spanish educators were selected.
Marc Siegel, Music Instructor and guitarist, will be playing music here and there as usual this summer.
Dr. Philip Jacobs, Religion and Communications Instructor, will deliver a paper, “The Transformative Power of Medieval and Renaissance Art in the Understanding of the Role of Joseph in the Holy Family,” at the World History Association 2015 conference in Savannah, Georgia. The conference will meet from June 30 – July 2.
Ben Billingsley, Art Instructor, will be visiting Sabile, Latvia for his second international artist’s residency at the Pedvale Open-Air Art Museum from May 28 to June 26. He will be organizing a large scale woodblock printing event with four other artists (two from Latvia, and one each from Lithuania and Estonia).
Come relax and enjoy!