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William Chapman Nyaho,  piano

Master Class:
February 22, 10:00 – noon
Wake Tech North Campus
Bldg. E Auditorium

February 23, 3:00
Wake Tech North Campus
Bldg. E Auditorium
Tickets: $25/$10 students

Available by online here.
$5 discount for Wake Tech Faculty and Staff on phone orders only. Call (919) 821-2030 to receive discount


William Chapman Nyaho, a Ghanaian American and resident of Seattle, studied at St. Peter’s College, Oxford University (UK), the Conservatoire de Musique de Geneve, Switzerland, the Eastman School of Music w, and at the University of Texas at Austin, where he received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree. Chapman Nyaho is the recipient of prizes from international piano competitions.

As a regular guest clinician, Chapman Nyaho gives lecture-recitals and workshops advocating music by composers of the African heritage. He has compiled and edited a five-volume graded anthology Piano Music of Africa and the African Diaspora. His teaching experience and great sensitivity make the master classes, lectures and school activities highlights of his residencies that almost rival his exciting performances.

Following four years as a North Carolina Visiting Artist, Chapman Nyaho taught at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and was the recipient of the Distinguished Professor Award and held the Heymann Endowed Professorship. Chapman Nyaho has also  served as Visiting Professor of Music at Colby College  and Visiting Artist at Willamette University. William Chapman Nyaho’s performances have taken him to Europe, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and North America, including Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center.

Listen to a performance by William Chapman Nyaho by going here.

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