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Capital University Celebrates 100 Years of Music
Signature performance series planned throughout the academic year to commemorate the centennial of Music at Capital
Capital University will celebrate the 100th anniversary of its renowned music program throughout the 2018-19 academic year, highlig...
Under the direction of Dr. Lynda Hasseler and the music of Jake Runestad, Capital University Chapel Choir and the Capital University Choral Union were recently awarded an American Prize in Music, the Ernst Bacon Memorial Award for the Performance of American Music, College/University ensemble division....
The Columbus Chamber of Commerce has released its second episode of cbuzz, the region’s first business-themed podcast, produced in partnership with Capital University. ...
Capital Students Win Big at International Film Festival
What started out as a class project for Advance Production ended up being so much more for Wes Murray and Nate LaGuardia. Their film, "Buzzing in the Garage", took them all the way to the Eyecatcher International Film Festival where they ea...
The Chordsmen Share Deep Message Behind the Effects of Bullying in Recent Music Video
Bullying is an issue many people face on a day-to-day basis — not only kids, but also adults. Its effects run deep, and can leave lasting impressions on those who face it.
The Capital University Chordsmen w...
Columbus Chamber of Commerce has debuted its first new episode of cbuzz, the region’s first business-themed
podcast, in a partnership to reboot the series with Capital University. ...
An evening with Daniel H. Pink at Gramercy Books
Did you know you should avoid going to the hospital in the afternoon? Or that singing in time with other people is as good for you as exercise? And how do you know when it’s the ideal time to quit a job, switch careers or get married?
Capital University’s Conservatory of Music voice students won
10 awards in the statewide Ohio National Association of Teachers of Singing
(NATS) competition held recently at Youngstown State University. ...
“Tidings of Comfort” is the
central theme of Capital University’s Christmas Festival this year, and the
Chapel Choir has taken an immersive approach to learning what comfort means,
not only beyond the walls of campus, but beyond the walls of our personal inhibitions as well....
“We’re from Capital: Our Story, Created and Told
By Us,” has won top honors — two platinum awards — in the 2017 MarCom Awards. The video, created and
launched in spring 2017 for the inauguration of Capital University President
Beth Paul, won platinum awards in the categories of Social Video and Original
Music. The magic behind the video’s creative concept and execution is it was
created by Capital students, alumni, faculty and partners who employ Capital
interns and alumni, like Fahlgren Mortine. ...
On Tuesday, October 24, 2017, the Gerhold Lecture Series in the Humanities will host Daniel Handler, creator of the Lemony Snicket books, “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” Handler will be at Capital University to talk about the writing of his new book, “All the Dirty Parts,” and sharing his thoughts on Lemony Snicket....
As the newly appointed director and
1998 Capital graduate, Gentilini has close ties with the gallery. He started as
an assistant to the former director, Cassandra Tellier, back in 2000. Tellier
was also Gentilini’s art history professor, and gave him not only his job, but
also his passion for the gallery. ...
In another display of the Power of Purple, Capital
University’s Conservatory of Music will host a faculty showcase performance to
benefit the victims of Hurricane Harvey at 7:30 pm Wednesday, Sept. 6, in
Huntington Recital Hall....
Commemorating Kodály with Cbus Children’s Choir, Pianist Gilbert De Greeve
Capital University will mark the start of its 37th Kodály Institute Sunday, July 16, with an opening concert featuring Columbus Children’s Choir’s New World Singers and famed Belgian pianist Gilbert De Greeve, past pr...
Inaugural Capital University Young Choral Artists Festival to Feature Jake Runestad
Capital University will launch a new Young Choral Artists Festival March 24-25, featuring award-winning composer Jake Runestad as its inaugural composer-in-residence. Among the program’s featured pieces will be...
WXCU Radio station hosts its 3rd annual Radiothon
Capital University’s WXCU Radio station will be hosting its
3 rd annual Radiothon March 17, starting at 5 pm. This 24-hour live
broadcasting event will be located in the Convergent Media Center and is packed
with live performances, gaming ...
What began as a sublime quest last October is racing toward a huge finale on March 20 when Wenting Yu takes the Harborside Ballroom stage in Baltimore, Maryland. Yu will be one of seven finalists competing for the top honor among the nation’s best performers in the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Steinway Young Artist Piano Competition....
For Brecksville, Ohio native and Capital University
Music Technology senior Nicole “Nik” Engelhart, the future has flashed forward.
She is about to begin a two-week Internship in Pasadena, where she will be
co-designing a production of “Man of La Mancha” with award-winning
composer/sound designer Martín Carríllo at A Noise Within theater in March. This unlikely internship evolved
from her participation in the Entertainment Technology Conference presented by Cirque
du Soleil at Capital last October....
welcome gifted storyteller and award-winning novelist Firoozeh Dumas on
Thursday, October 20, as part of the Gerhold Lecture Series in the Humanities
Endowment. Dumas is best known for her book Funny in
Farsi: A Memoir of Growing Up
Iranian in America, which was turned into
a sitcom by the American Broadcasting Company. ...
Professor Tianshu Wang to Perform at Carnegie Hall
Dr. Tianshu Wang, Professor of Piano at the Conservatory of Music , is scheduled to perform a solo recital at Carnegie Hall in New York , November 12, 2016, at 2 pm. The Carnegie Hall is known as one of the most prestigious performance venues ...
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