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The Performing Arts Consortium (TPAC)

The Performing Arts Consortium (TPAC) mission is to support young, talented classical musicians from all over the world in their efforts to pursue their professional careers through performance and educational opportunities. By providing small grants, TPAC has helped dozens of young musicians succeed. In turn, many have visited Hilton Head Island to share their artistry with the community and help TPAC raise funds to pass along to other classical musicians who need a helping hand. TPAC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 2008 in Hilton Head, SC. TPAC is dedicated to ensuring the future of classical music...one artist at a time.


upcoming events:

TPAC Artists at Crescendo!

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Beginning October 25 @ 04:00 pm
The Performing Arts Consortium presents a TPAC Artists Recital at Crescendo with pianist Dasha Bukhartseva and cellist Marcel Krasner in a delightful program of Dvorak, Piazzolla, Janacek and Kodaly. Ukrainian pianist Dasha Bukhartseva is an active solo and chamber performer. She is currently finishing her Doctorate degree at Stony Brook University, where she teaches in the Undergraduate department. Dasha’s main musical vision is to expose the audience to unfamiliar music from different nations, making an emphasis on Folk Music with the intention of destroying divisions and prejudices between people through the beauty of universal unspoken language. Cellist, Marcel Krasner is a soloist, chamber musician and founder of Velveteen Ensemble, whose mission is to provide opportunities by collaborating with composers, musicians, dancers and other artists.  Marcel had completed his undergraduate studies at Brooklyn College, where he studied Music Performance and Business, Finance and Management and holds a Master of Music degree from Story Brook University, where he studied with Colin Carr. Marcel's goal is to open people's eyes to the importance of classical music.
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