The Capstone Theatre on Hope University’s Creative Campus adjacent to The Cornerstone was opened by Vasily Petrenko, Principal Conductor of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Hope Honorary Professor of Music, in March 2010. During this wonderful opening week a series of music, drama and dance performances began with a spoken word performance by Liverpool poet Roger McGough and concluded with a piano recital by internationally renowned concert pianist, and Hope Professor of Music Performance, Joanna MacGregor.
This Early Autumn 2010 programme is the first full programme of performances and a chance to cultivate a new audience to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the Angel Field Renaissance Garden, the magnificent Capstone Building (which is one of only two official Steinway Centres in England), and the state of the art Capstone Theatre with its Steinway D Grand Piano (the greatest piano in the world) and its magnificent acoustic.
The Early Autumn programme is again a mixture of music, drama and dance showcasing professional and student artists from the UK, Europe, America and Asia with around 30 events running in evenings and at lunchtimes, midweek and weekends between September and November.
Full details and download the full brochure on the new website: www.thecapstonetheatre.com
One of the first events is…
Emma Rodgers at the Capstone Private Viewing Thursday 23rd September 2010. 18-20.00
Exhibition Open – Saturday 18th September to Friday 12th November 2010
Part of the Independents Liverpool Biennial
The Bluecoat Display Centre in association with Liverpool Hope University presents an Exhibition at the Capstone celebrating the work of international artist Emma Rodgers.
Emma Rodgers is one of Britain’s leading ceramic sculptors and an artist who is constantly pushing the boundaries of her work in terms of expression and the use of materials.