Classical notes from a grand piano and a strong baritone captured the attention of audience members Thursday at the intimate Drinkward Recital Hall in Claremont.
“What is love?” was the question of Tuesday night, as 23 students took to the mic to perform their hearts out in the Dailey Theatre for Campus Activities Board’s Open Mic Night.
Classical and contemporary songs about birds, titled “Bird Songs – Flights of Avian Fancy” were sung with glee at noon last Friday at Scripps College.
The Contori Sine Nomine choral ensemble filled the room with sounds of a soothing German solemn hymn at the first Sundays at the Morgan concert of the spring semester Sunday in Morgan Auditorium.
Members of the La Verne Symphony Orchestra filled the Morgan Auditorium with melodies of classical music at their rehearsal on Nov. 20.
Laughter and occasional awkward silence filled the Morgan Auditorium Nov. 20 as CAB presented a comedy concert night with a one-man show of Evan Wecksell.
As barbershop quartet Make No Mention swiftly unbuttoned their black dress shirts, member Emmanuel Lagumbay accidentally dropped his pants, resulting in hoots and hollers from the audience at the Songs of Remembrance concert Sunday.
Jack Skellington took to the stage, chilling the audience to the bone with his clear and distinguished vocals Saturday at Nokia Theater L.A. Live.
Costumes and candy filled tables for a spooky scene at Sneaky Park for Mu Phi Epsilon’s first Halloween Kids’ Club concert.
An enormous inflatable nipple and other beach balls bounced around the thousands of attendants at the Growlers’ Beach Goth Party III on Saturday at the Observatory in Santa Ana.