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Every Friday at 1 p.m. the Morgan Auditorium is turned into a time capsule that, when opened, transports you back in time with music from every era.
Conductor Eric Lindholm and his Pomona College Orchestra finish up Beethoven’s Symphony No. 8 in F Sunday afternoon in Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College in Claremont.
The repulsive smell of a blunt being passed around by four people sitting in front of me on the north terrace didn’t put a damper on the circus-like performance that was delivered by Beirut at the Greek Theatre.
The Friday Noon Concert greeted eager listeners like an early evening breeze after a warm day with Rachel V. Huang, adjunct professor of music at Scripps, on violin and Paul R. Bishop, Scripps performance staff, on piano.
Blink-182 joined numerous bands in the quest back into music with the end of its six-year self-imposed hiatus and the release of its sixth studio album, “Neighborhoods.”
Last Friday, the Chant and Polyphony ensemble, featuring the Perkins Gradual, performed at Scripps College.
Students swayed and chanted to the ska rock band Starpool. On Sept. 21, the ska rock reggae band performed on the University of La Verne campus at Sneaky Park.
Laura Marling and Alessi’s Ark brought the West London folk scene to a crowd of about 200 eager fans at 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the Troubadour.
Reed Gratz, professor of music, and Gary Colby, professor of photography, collaborated to create a night of music, meditation and a slideshow to honor the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center Sunday.
If you were deaf and relied solely on your vision, you may have mistaken the five-piece English-based band the Horrors for portraying witches dancing around a pot of boiling fog on stage for an early Halloween special at 7 p.m. Monday at the Glass House in Pomona.