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The Chicago College of Performing Arts (CCPA)
The Chicago College of Performing Arts is a world-class performing arts college that offers gifted students professional training at its prestigious Music Conservatory and Theatre Conservatory. Honoring its roots as one of the earliest conservatories founded in the United States, nearly 500 students – from more than 40 states and 25 countries – come together to form this unique community devoted to excellence in the performing arts.
Ganz Recital Hall
Ganz Recital Hall

Welcome to CCPA!

Henry Fogel

Welcome to the homepage of the Chicago College of Performing Arts. As Dean, I have the privilege of interacting with our remarkable faculty and students. When I go to a performance, either of the Theatre Conservatory or the Music Conservatory, I get chills from the extraordinary level of accomplishment demonstrated by all of our students, and feel extraordinarily proud of how our faculty has helped them to develop their talents to the fullest. We pride ourselves on preparing young artists for careers in the performing arts, and in creating a mutually supportive and encouraging culture in which they can flourish.

- Henry Fogel, Dean of CCPA




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News and Announcements

  • Traditional Chinese music to be performed on Feb. 6 in Ganz Hall
    January 30, 2015
    Members of the Shenyang Conservatory of Music will sing and play traditional instruments including the zither, erhu and pipa.
  • CCPA Orchestra to premiere Roosevelt composer's 1st symphony on Jan. 27
    January 16, 2015
    Following the premiere at the Harris Theatre in Chicago, the CCPA Orchestra will perform Stacy Garrop's Mythology Symphony for a professional CD of the composer's music that is expected to be released by Cedille Records by year's end.
  • November 21, 2014
    On April 17, 2015, Roosevelt University will be 70 years old. To learn what Roosevelt was like during the past 70 years, Roosevelt Review invited seven alumni, one from each decade, to share their recollections and observations during a roundtable discussion with Review Editor Tom Karow.
  • November 7, 2014
    Adam Fane, a 2012 Roosevelt University graduate, just wrapped seven months performing in Avenue Q, a bawdy-but-heartwarming puppet musical that has launched his career to new heights.