Central musicians describe their life-changing tour to Merida, Playa del Carmen and Cancun.
Frank L. Battisti, a world-renowned music educator, recently visited Central College. Now, students share what inspired them during Battisti’s residency.
Central College students will present a hilarious modern spin on Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic opera, “Trial by Jury,” Feb. 13 and 15.
Frank L. Battisti, world-renowned wind ensemble conductor and music educator, will be in residence at Central College Feb. 23 – March 1.
The first two weekends of December are filled with concerts, from Handel’s “Messiah” and A Cappella Choir classics to jazz combos and carols with a Caribbean twist.
Gabriel Espinosa, associate professor of music at Central College and acclaimed jazz musician, will perform a concert to celebrate the release of his new CD, “Samba Little Samba.”
Sam Scheckel ’13 hopes to be an art therapist in a memory care facility. A Central graduate from Bettendorf, Iowa, Scheckel has been passionate about art since her professional journey began.
Saxophonist James Skretta ’09 shares about competition, self-criticism and the importance of music in this interview about his journey to musical success.
Jean De Smidt ’70 has traveled the country playing and writing music since graduating from Central.
The Central College A Cappella Choir is heading out on an East Coast tour.