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With the help of bolts, screws, felt and a regular drinking glass, the “East Meets West” performance at the Little Bridges Hall in Claremont entertained with traditional Chinese music and a twist of historical poetry.
Sweet harmonious voices of the Albert McNeil Jubilee Singers transported the Morgan Auditorium into the world of spiritual music.
Although Carol Stephenson has hectic days, which include teaching classes and private lessons at both Mt. SAC and the University of La Verne, she is still able to perform in the musical “Quilters” at the Center Theatre in Whittier.
The Reed Gratz Band filled Morgan Auditorium will the cool sound of jazz on Monday night.
The University of La Verne Chorale and Chamber singers will host a holiday concert, “A Musical Gift: A Christmas Collage,” for the community at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the La Verne Church of the Brethren.
The small University Chapel was filled with the sound of piano keys and the voices of students as they sang solos for an audience of about 20 people last month.
A dozen pairs of hands struck drums as eight youthful voices sang out sacred songs in a performance of Afro-Cuban music Monday night at Pomona College.
International award-winning pianist Grace Xia Zhao entertained a small group of students and faculty Friday, as she played one of the most difficult pieces known to musicians in the Steinway studio.
La Verne students’ hearts were abruptly stopped Wednesday – at least figuratively – when up-and-coming band Heartstop had to cut its Sneaky Park concert short Wednesday, as the surrounding classroom professors complained about the noise levels.
“A free show worth every penny,” joked musicians Roberto Catalano and Carlos Calvo during their acoustic guitar concert last week in the Campus Center Ballroom.