Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, written by esteemed playwright Andrew Lloyd Weber, is making its way to the CJ auditorium. The CJ Performing Arts department is stepping into some pretty big shoes, as they take on the famous musical that, in film version, starred Donny Osmond.
Members of Chaminade Julienne’s pop a cappella group Vega performed at the second annual Voices in Harmony Festival, taking home the award for best choreography by a group.
The two-day regional pop a cappella event, hosted at Lexington Catholic High School in Kentucky, featured two competitions as well as workshop sessions and clinics for high school and college musicians, plus two concerts for those in attendance.
Enjoy "An Afternoon of Music" as the Chaminade Julienne Performing Arts Department presents its Winter Concert. Artwork will be displayed as backdrop to musical pieces performed by the concert choir, concert band, string ensemble, percussion ensemble, a cappella groups Vega and Age V and student soloists.
All are welcome to attend this free event held in the CJ auditorium!
THE AFTERNOON AT A GLANCE
What: CJ Winter Concert: An Afternoon of Art
When: Sunday, Feb. 26 at 3 p.m.
Catholic high school band students from Cincinnati and Dayton combined their exceptional talents to present the 4th Annual Honor Band Concert on Sunday, Feb. 5 at 3 p.m.
Students were nominated by their band directors to be a member of the ensemble, which performed four concert band pieces. A crowd of about 300 people filed into CJ's auditorium for the hour-long performance, in celebration of Catholic Schools Week.
Come celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with the Performing Arts Department Wednesday, Dec. 21 at CJ’s annual Christmas concert, Sounds of the Season.
Friends and family members of all ages are invited to the auditorium to enjoy this free event, and all are encouraged to stick around following the performances for a dessert reception in the library hosted by members of the Parents of Performing Art Students (PoPS) and the development office.
William Shakespeare and Dr. Seuss make quite an unlikely pair. But they come together perfectly for CJ’s fall play, The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet.