Chicago College of Performing Arts

CCPA Artist Faculty Daron Hagen prepares for a performance.

PianoFest welcomes Roosevelt talent and guest artists


Roosevelt students, faculty and legendary classical pianists performed at the weeklong piano showcase.
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OperaFest returns with new director and world premiere


The event featured bold storytelling, one-act performances and a student-composed opera inspired by the #MeToo movement.
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Flutist and CCPA graduate Anastasiya Ganzenko

OperaFest returns with new director and world premiere


The event featured bold storytelling, one-act performances and a student-composed opera inspired by the #MeToo movement.
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CCPA student performers hold candles during a performance of Considering Matthew Shepard.

Auditorium Theatre names Rich Regan as chief executive officer


Regan, who served as the Auditorium’s general manager from 1999 to 2006, returns to lead the historic theatre during its 130th anniversary season.
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