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On Jan. 16, the ASULV Facebook page surprised students by announcing that the 4th annual LaVernapalooza will be “going country.”
Classical sonatas and German music captivated an audience Sunday in Morgan Auditorium for the concert titled “Songs of Remembrance.”
Taking inspiration from the Marilyn Monroe movie “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” three gentlemen, The Cat, the Hag, and the Longstreet performed their show titled “Blondes Prefer Gentlemen” in Morgan auditorium on Saturday.
A week before their class recital, Stuart Stoddard and junior music major Ernie Reyes practice a duet for instructor Michael Ryan in Morgan Auditorium on Tuesday.
The pouring rain did not shy away the crowd of adults and students from listening to the smooth sounds from “A Night in Rio,” a concert presented by Michael Ryan and Friends in Morgan Auditorium.
Green Day, are they here right now? Even before lead guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong had a breakdown during the iHeartRadio Festival, the band seems to be drifting from its core values.
The Rose Trio filled Morgan Auditorium with melodic music Nov. 8. The trio consists of three violinists: Sarah Wallin Huff, Irene Shiao and adjunct professor of music Danielle Cummins.
A small but festive crowd enjoyed a night of Brazilian culture with Patty Ascher and the Marco Pontes Trio, who graced the Morgan Auditorium stage with the smooth sounds and vibrant beats of jazz and samba.
Morgan Auditorium filled with spooky tunes and laughter Tuesday night as the University of La Verne Chamber Singers and the University Chorale celebrated their Monster Mash Spooktacular.
Kendrick Lamar’s major label debut, “good kid, m.A.A.d city” is perfect, one of the best examples of what a hip-hop album should be.