Fans of new music will definitely want to be at Friday’s Advanced Tech Music Concert, a mini-festival and combination launch party created by Steve Nalepa’s advanced music technology students in the Conservatory of Music.
“We have an incredibly talented new crew of artists in this year’s advanced class,” says Nalepa, adjunct faculty, College of Performing Arts, Conservatory of Music.
The concert is a spring tradition at Chapman, where students in the advanced program work all semester to create an entire body of work, composing and recording their music, and then plan album art and a record-release party.
A diversity of music will be featured, from hip hop to soul, indie to electronic, rock to experimental classical.
The event is free and open to the public – amazing, huh? – and begins at 7 p.m. in Crean Rehearsal Hall, which is located inside Oliphant Hall.