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Christopher Sapp will be on campus Monday, Feb. 27 to teach a music theatre master class. Join us later in the day to see Mr. Sapp’s recital at 7:30 p.m., in the H. F. Johnson Recital Hall. He will be accompanied by Professor Matthew Hougland.

Mr. Sapp grew up in Calhoun, Georgia, where he played a crucial role in the local public school’s band, chorus, and theatre programs. It was then he discovered the potential of his musical ability as a singer and a multi instrumentalist as well as his passion for live theatre and live performance in general. He pursued a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance at the University of Georgia and became a multi-instrumentalist amongst many different local Athens, Georgia bands.

After finishing his undergraduate degree, he went to New York University for his Masters of Music in Voice Performance and an advanced certificate in voice pedagogy. His time in New York has also allowed him to continue to master his abilities on the various instruments he plays.

Professionally, Mr. Sapp has worked for College Light Opera Company, Ohio Light Opera, Victor Herbert Renaissance Project, New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players, Disney Cruise Line, Argyle Theatre, and is currently a swing in the Broadway National Tour of “Les Misérables” for the foreseeable future. He is represented by Avalon Artists Group.

This concert is free and open to the public.

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