performing arts

Vega Plays the Victoria Theatre

Vega, CJ’s premier a cappella group, opens its slate of performances for the 2014-15 school year at historic Victoria Theatre (directions) in downtown Dayton this Sunday, Sept. 14.

The Eagles septet was invited to be the opening act at a 20th Anniversary Concert for the Good Neighbor House, a local faith-based nonprofit organization. Headlining the event is nationally renowned gospel and jazz a cappella ensemble, Take 6.

The show begins at 5 p.m. Tickets are available at www.ticketcenterstage.com or by calling (937) 228-3630.

Dayton Food Trucks Cater Final Concert

Join us for good food and great music at our final concert of the 2013-14 school year. Favorite Dayton food trucks will be on hand including C'est Cheese, Go Cupcake, Harvest Mobile Cuisine and Bella Sorella Pizza Co.

The free outdoor concert begins at 7 p.m. and features performances by pop a cappella groups Vega and Age V, Concert Band, Concert Choir, String Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, and Hands in Harmony (sign language). Plus the Monday Night Project will be on hand to perform through the dinner hour.

Vega Returns to the NYC Stage April 25

Congratulations to Vega, the 2014 International Championships of High School A Cappella (ICHSA) finals runner-up! The Eagles placed second among the nation's top 10 groups at Peter Norton Symphony Space on Broadway in New York City on April 25.

Tuning up before their trip to New York City, members of Vega performed an a cappella version of “Wings” by artist Little Mix live on the MIX 107.7 Morning Show April 22.

Vega Repeats as ICHSA Regional Champs

Meet the two-time International Championship of High School A Cappella (ICHSA) Ohio Valley Semifinal champions: Chaminade Julienne’s own Vega.

The eight students that make up the 2013-14 a cappella ensemble followed in the footsteps of last year’s septet by winning our area's regional competition over schools from New York, North Carolina, Ohio and Tennessee. Vega features newcomers Katy Harrington, Ayanna Hayes, Kaylee Piatt and Sean Stewart along with returning members Cassidy Aughe, Addi Helms, Daniel Jackson and David Marshall.

Performing Arts Ensembles Play March 1

CJ Performing Arts students take part in two competitions Saturday, March 1 at Centerville High School (directions). Support Vega and the Eagles indoor percussion ensemble as they perform this weekend!

MEPA Competition
Members of the percussion ensemble will begin warm-ups at 3:30 for their 3:55 p.m. performance in the Mid East Performance Association (MEPA) competition. Admission for this event is $9 for adults ages 19 and up, $8 for students ages 7-18, $7 for anyone 62 and older, and free for children 6 and under.

Free Winter Concert Sunday, Feb. 23

Join us for a free afternoon of music this Sunday, Feb. 23 in downtown Dayton.

Enjoy performances by Concert Band, Concert Choir, String Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, Hands in Harmony, and pop a cappella groups Vega and Age V.

Following the concert, the Parents of Performing Arts Students (PoPS) will host a dessert reception for performers, crew and guests. Plan to stay late for cupcakes, coffee and punch in the cafeteria.

Event Details

WHAT:
CJ Winter Concert & Reception.

Students Perform at Downtown Events

Chaminade Julienne performing arts students lent their talents to the Homeless Persons’ Memorial Service at Courthouse Square on December 20. The vigil, sponsored locally by the Emergency Housing Coalition, was part of a national event held annually to remember the homeless who have lost their lives as well as raise awareness about homelessness in the community. It’s an issue that students are well aware as they participate in Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week each year in November.

The Importance of Being Earnest Nov. 15-17

The CJ Performing Arts Department invites you to learn the vital importance of being earnest at this year’s fall play, running November 15-17 in the auditorium.

Written by Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest follows Jack Worthing, played by freshman Jacob Troutwine, as he attempts to woo the beautiful Gwendolen, played by senior Kaylee Piatt. Hilarity ensues in this Victorian era comedy as the plot twists and turns to reveal the takeaway echoed in the show’s title.

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