Rather than deliver on the hype that his album has generated from critics and fans, Jack White’s first solo album instead gives little haunting teases of what he has spinning in his mind.
The Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra performed to a full house in The Meeting House at Hillcrest Homes on Sunday.
Long time friends from San Diego performed Monday night at Morgan Auditorium in the Bill Mays: Road Work Ahead concert.
Sunlight entered the University of La Verne chapel through its blue and amber windows as the gospel choir, led by Assistant Professor of Music James Calhoun, practiced “My Life, My Love, My All” by Kirk Franklin.
Faculty members from Pomona College, Scripps College and Cal Arts formed a quartet and performed classical string music to a diverse audience of children and adults on April 6 in Balch Auditorium at Scripps College.
In the ‘90s boy bands had millions of young teens replaying their music, buying tickets to their sold-out shows and sometimes literally falling at their feet. Now boy bands are making a comeback with appearances on television and radio as well as being featured on the cover of magazines.
Three Pomona College faculty members performed songs inspired by water in a concert titled ”Notes on Water” March 31 at the Mabel Shaw Bridges Hall of Music.
Tales of perseverance and celebration about the Sephardic Jewish culture were painted through music by the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony March 29 in Morgan Auditorium.
All the way from Norway, for one night only, the talented pianist Annabel Guaita performed Saturday at the Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College.
University of Southern California students brought music and lyrics together by presenting their original compositions in a collaborative concert titled, “New and Newer: An Evening of World Premieres” on March 28 at the Boston Court in Pasadena.