Department of Music
MUSIC OF ANDREW FOWLER
Sunday, Oct. 6, 4 p.m.
CCU faculty in the Department of Music and the CCU String Quintet present Lowcountry Voices, under the direction of Andrew Fowler, composer, pianist and lecturer in CCU’s Department of Music. This musical story focuses on local ghostly legends and shadowy lore that surround the Carolina coast, including the Gray Man, Alice Flagg and the “Mystical Harpist.”
Edwards Recital Hall
*EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED*
WIND ENSEMBLE CONCERT
Thursday, Oct. 10, 7:30 p.m.
The CCU Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Garrett Griffin, assistant professor and director of bands in the Department of Music, presents its first concert of the fall. The performance highlights groundbreaking composers from the 18th century though the 21st century.
The Coastal Theater
Lib Jackson Student Union, A-110
To purchase tickets: coastal.edu/culturalarts or
MAESTRO MAGIC: THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON OF DIRECTOR TIM KOCH NIGHTS ON BROADWAY
Saturday, Oct. 19, 4 p.m.: Trinity United Methodist Church
Sunday, Oct. 20, 4 p.m.: Trinity Church, 3000 N. Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach
The six student winners of the fourth annual Carolina Master Chorale-Coastal Carolina University Student Vocal Competition perform with the Carolina Master Chorale. Previous competition winners have gone on to professional engagements in New York City theaters and on cruise ships around the world. The Carolina Master Chorale also sings music from Broadway’s newest and most popular shows.
Trinity United Methodist Church, 706 14th Ave. S., North Myrtle Beach
Trinity Church, 3000 N. Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach
Admission: $23 for an Adult, $18 for Senior Citizens and Veterans (with ID), and Students $5
For tickets, call the Carolina Master Chorale at 843-444-5774
or visit carolinamasterchorale.com.
PIANO SERIES: RAY KILBURN FEATURING MAYA KILBURN, VIOLIN
Sunday, Oct. 20, 4 p.m.
Pianist Ray Kilburn, has maintained a successful performing and teaching career that has spanned the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, Europe, and Asia. Beyond the hundreds of solo, chamber and concerti performances given in recent years, he has four compact discs, served as judge for numerous competitions at the national and international levels, and has been very active internationally as a guest teacher. Kilburn is a tenured piano faculty member at the Ball State University School of Music where he teaches piano performance to a full studio of majors from undergraduate through doctoral level. His students have distinguished themselves through winning prizes in national and international competitions and obtaining faculty positions at colleges and universities.
Maya Kilburn is 16 years old and currently studies with Mimi Zweig at the Indiana University Jacobs School String Academy. She began playing violin at age 4 working first with Anna Vayman and continuing with Chin Mi Kim. Maya has won first prize in a number of regional and national competitions including the Indianapolis Symphony’s Maurer Young Artists Competition, Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra’s national “Rising Star”, Carmel Symphony, and both junior and senior competitions of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, New World Youth Symphony, and Muncie Symphony.
Edwards Recital Hall
CALYPSAMBA FALL CONCERT
Thursday, Oct. 24, 7:30 p.m.
Under the direction of Jesse Willis, associate professor in the Department of Music, the CCU world percussion ensemble CalypSamba will perform a concert inspired by music from a wide range of cultures with a special emphasis on African diasporic music and art. CalypSamba often performs at music festivals, conferences and schools throughout the United States.