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Supported by driving percussion, clever lyrics and striking piano, Fun.’s “Some Nights” is a clear evolution in the band’s musical style.
Swelling and surging voices wafted through Bridges Auditorium Saturday for a Choral Celebration with the Millennium Consort Singers and Pomona College Choir.
A full house came to hear a range of pieces from Tom Flaherty’s “Water Ruminations” to the work of Johann Sebastian Bach and Percy Grainger. The theme of the night centered on the element water in all its depths and variations.
Neverever rocks the Aladdin Jr. 2 in Pomona, promoting its new EP, “Shake-a-Baby.”
The University of La Verne community and an array of guests filled the Morgan Auditorium on Dec. 2 to listen to the melody and beats of the Gayle Serdan Organ Trio.
Grace Xia Zhao, director of piano studies and artist in residence, filled Morgan Auditorium with her concert, “One Passion, Two Stories.”
Created by Plácido Domingo, L.A. Opera’s new Domingo-Thornton Young Artists program’s presentation of Mozart’s comedy “Cosi fan Tutte” showed that women are just as human as men are; even in a test of fidelity.
It is time to pile into a dingy minivan and drive to the dusky groove of The Black Keys’ seductive new album, “El Camino.”
The Art Collective is a new group for students who are into the arts, but might have majors in other disciplines.
More than 50 people delighted in the musical duet of Paul Stein on violin, and David Garrett on cello Tuesday in Morgan Auditorium.
On Nov. 10, the Black Student Union hosted its fourth annual Open Mic Night in Dailey Theatre.