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Nyaho/Garcia Duo MTNA Conference Artists
William Chapman Nyaho and pianist Susanna Garcia create fascinating programs that not only entertain but educate diverse audiences. They will be performing two piano works by Eleanor Alberga, Thomas Kerr and Carlos Guastavino
Q&A with William Chapman Nyaho, USC Thornton School of Music
Irvine S. Gilmore International Keyboard Festival
The Gilmore KeysFest is an annual day-long learning event for West Michigan piano students grades 1-12. Students perform in a master class environment with an audience of supportive peers and adults. They receive one-on-one instruction from professional pianists and educators and participate in workshops and performances by KeysFest clinicians and other guest presenters.
Piano Stories from the Stage: A Conversation with William Chapman Nyaho
William Chapman Nyaho will give a virtual presentation and answer questions from students.
'Passport to Africa" with Cape Symphony
In our exploration of the music, we’re presenting a familiar Western view alongside that of African artists. Experience the stupendous performance of South African cellist Abel Selaocoe, who powerfully combines his Western classical training with his African heritage. Ghanaian American pianist William Chapman Nyaho stars in “Africa” by Camille Saint-Saëns, written in Egypt and based on North African folk music. You’ll also hear a beautiful piece by South African composer Bongani Ndodana-Breen called “African Kaddish.” We’ll also shine a light on local artists’ interpretations of Africa, in cooperation with the Zion Union Heritage Museum. Join us for this celebration of Africa’s pageantry and majesty.
Bjorling Recital Hall
Chapman Nyaho will perform a recital of music by composers of African Descent
West Valley College
My background which straddles African and Western cultures, my varied experience as a performing artist, an educator and a scholar have led me to become passionate advocate for expanding the canon of classical music by promoting music of composers of Africa and it's diaspora