Chaminade College Preparatory’s C-Notes performed in the Heritage Festival in Anaheim, California from March 9 to 11. The C-Notes performed at the Rose Center Theater (Westminster) in front of three choral adjudicators. They sang songs in three contrasting choral genres and in three languages, Latin, French and Spanish. Middle school teachers, Kathleen Baucom-Acker and Miguel Solis who helped with pronunciation in French and Spanish.
The C-Notes won first place Gold in the Concert Choir division. Lauren Effertz ’23, solo soprano and Tim Brustinov ’24, boy soprano, were recognized by the judges for their outstanding solo performance and received the Maestro award. Chaminade’s a cappella group C7, directed by Denise Enrique ’20 and Brendan Teehan ’21, earned Gold in the Vocal Jazz division. The C-Notes have been invited to the 2019-2020 National Youth Choir Festival at Carnegie Hall. This is their fifth consecutive invitation.
Choir Director, Kathy Rohrs thanks her colleagues who were practice adjudicators for this festival: John Apablasa, Jen Bader, Heather Eaton, Joe Norton and Mike Russ. She also extends a huge thank you to Charisse Enrique and Jill Teehan for their support and many hours of preparation.
The Chaminade Players bring a classic Broadway musical to the Marilyn Simon Stage at the Tutor Family Center for the Performing Arts (West Hills) this March. Guys and Dolls opens on Friday, March 9 for a six-performance run.
Audiences can see the show on the following dates:
Friday, March 9
Saturday, March 10
Sunday, March 11, 2:00 p.m.
Friday, March 16
Saturday, March 17
Sunday, March 18, 2:00 p.m.
All performances begin at 8:00 p.m., unless indicated otherwise. Tickets are $20 per adult and $15 per student, and may be purchased online.
On Sunday, November 19, Chaminade College Preparatory welcomes families to Open House. This is the perfect opportunity to learn about our high school program, which combines a rigorous academic curriculum with robust course offerings and extra-curricular activities. Open House will be held at our West Hills campus from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
During Open House you can:
Take a campus tour and see our facilities
Talk to faculty, students, and current parents
Learn about our one-to-one tablet technology
Visit academic departments and learn more about our innovative learning program
Explore our arts and athletics programs
Talk to our admissions team and administration
Don’t miss a special performance of Macbeth by William Shakespeare in the Tutor Family Center for the Performing Arts. Families are invited to drop in anytime during Open house and stay for a Q& A after the performance.
If you can’t make it to Open House, please call 818-347-8300 to schedule a tour or visit our website.
Please join the Chaminade Middle School Players for their performance of The Kentucky Goblin Siege. Based on real-life events, The Kentucky Goblin Siege chronicles the madcap adventures of the Sutton Family who are convinced that their farmhouse has been invaded by aliens, but are they for real? This tongue-in-cheek play is sure to be a night of out-of-this-world laughs!
Performances will be held on the following dates:
Thursday, November 16
Friday, November 17
Saturday, November 18
All shows begin at 7:01 p.m. in the Fr. Allen DeLong Center for Arts and Athletics (Chatsworth). Tickets are $10 per person and may be purchased online or at the door.