Student vocalists and pianists performed a variety of art pieces from songs to arias Friday at the music department’s Fridays at Noon concert series at Morgan Auditorium.
Amp Radio filled the Hollywood Bowl with 18,000 people for its third annual We Can Survive concert Saturday. However, the focus of the night was not on raising funds to cure breast cancer, but on who the special guest performer would be.
Orange County-based psych band The Growlers hosted their fourth annual Beach Goth Party Saturday and Sunday, drawing thousands of fans with more than 50 performers and three stages at The Observatory in Santa Ana.
Andrew Ford, electric bass instructor and music business professor, is set to release an EP called “Soul on the Latin Side” around February, after years of playing for other artists while also producing and composing.
Albert Hammond Jr. played a sold out show at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles Wednesday, with the venue reaching maximum capacity at 600.
Award-winning vocalist Kathy Kosins flew in from Detroit to perform with the University of La Verne faculty jazz quartet Sunday in Morgan Auditorium for the monthly Sundays at the Morgan concert series.
The weekly Friday Nights Live event brought the Claremont community closer Sept. 25. Three lives bands performed around the Claremont Village for the enjoyment of the community.
Irene Messoloras has performed at the star-studded Carnegie Hall, toured around the world and learned her craft under the great American conductor Robert Shaw. Her journey has led her to the University of La Verne as the new director of choral activities and vocal studies.
New Mexico based band, Beirut, released its long anticipated album “No No No” Sept. 11. “No No No” is Beirut’s fourth album.
The fall Sundays at the Morgan series began with a performance by the Koto Yuki Band, featuring Yukiko Matsuyama, an international recording artist, and special guest Mike Penny, for an audience of about 80 people Sunday in Morgan Auditorium.