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Reliving John Brown’s crusade

Reliving John Brown’s crusade
Norman Marshall performs “John Brown: Trumpet of Freedom” Tuesday in the Campus Center. In this one-man show Marshall played the abolitionist John Brown along with 30 other historical characters to portray the harsh realities of slavery. The show is based on letters and interviews from the final weeks of Brown’s life. Marshall began performing his show in 1997. / photo by Nicole Ambrose  Read More →

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Theater Senior Projects The theater department presents “Mademoiselle X: Ourselves in Disguise,” a one-woman show written and performed by Teresa Yslas Beardsley and “Voices”, written by Jose Arias from April 4-6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret. For reservations call 909-593-3511, ext. 4386. Faculty Recital Carol Stephenson and Jonathan Mack will perform with pianist Grace... 

Laureate speaks out for poetic truth

Laureate speaks out for poetic truth
Al Young presented the honors lecture, “Can Poetry Save the World?” on Tuesday. He read from his book, “Something About the Blues,” about politics and other topics. / photo by Hunter Cole Clo Hidalgo Staff Writer California Poet Laureate Al Young gave a lecture titled “Can Poetry Save our Planet?” in the Campus Center Ballroom Tuesday. Noelle Cozbar, president of the Honor’s Club, introduced... 

‘Mirandolina’ brings intrigue to Dailey stage

‘Mirandolina’ brings intrigue to Dailey stage
During Carlo Goldoni’s classic comedy “Mirandolina: Mistress of the Inn” last weekend, shown in the Dailey Theatre, Alex Frietas played the part of the Marquis of Forlipoppoli, who drinks a vase water to chase down the Captain Ripafratta’s spiced chocolate milk. The captain was played by Ray Del Rio. The characters offered laugh-out-loud dramatics and buffoonery prompted by their love of the... 

Young musicians display sophisticated talent

Classically trained violinist and singer Daniel Alvarez performs Violin Sonata No. 6 in D Major by Erich Wolfgang Korngold on Sunday in a concert featuring music from the early 20th century. He has been studying music for most of his life and is currently working on a teaching credential at La Sierra University in hopes of becoming a choral conductor. / photo by Chelsea Knight Karla Rendon Staff Writer Pianos... 

Bear Attack rocks Art after Hours

Bear Attack rocks Art after Hours
Brandon Bae, Eric Radloff, Mia Minichiello, Logan Shrewsbury, Nick Campbell, all students from USC and members of indie rock band Bear Attack, perform at the Pomona College Museum of Art Feb. 28 for the museum’s event, Art After Hours, which takes place every Thursday evening from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. The event has an art gallery and on certain nights, live music or lectures are presented. / photo by... 

Genevieve Lee performs at Pianofest

Genevieve Lee performs at Pianofest
Genevieve Lee, professor of music at Pomona College, performed a solo recital program titled “Keyboard Kaleidoscope,” as part of Pianofest 2013. Lee performed Jardins sous la pluie from Estampes by Claude Debussy, among several other works, in Morgan Auditorium Tuesday. The last performance of Pianofest will be Sunday, where Lee will perform with other professors. / photo by Katherine Careaga  Read More →

Ravelers bring back classic rock

Ravelers bring back classic rock
Guitarist Martie Echito and guitarist/lead singer Hai Muradian of the Ravelers perform in Morgan Auditorium Friday. The group has two other members, Pat Naish on guitar/vocals and Rob Haerr on drums. The group has been playing for 25 years and just came out with a new album, “Ravelers II.” / photo by Zachary Horton Veronica Sepulveda Metro Editor Twenty-five years of playing together has not hindered... 

Audience gets into the Irish spirit

Audience gets into the Irish spirit
Adjunct Professor of Music Michael Ryan performs at the “Spirit of Ireland Concert: An Evening of Music, Song and Dance” Saturday. The night featured the band Craic Haus, who joined him in playing traditional and contemporary Irish songs. / photo by Christopher Mora Katie Madden Arts Editor The sounds of lively and traditional Irish tunes filled Morgan Auditorium as Michael Ryan and Friends presented... 

Happenings

Art and Grafitti Empowerment The sociology and anthropology department will host “Empowerment Through Art and Grafitti” Friday from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. in Sneaky Park and 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Campus Center Ballroom. There will be live music and performances along with a graffiti wall and speakers who will talk about the role of graffiti in society. Piano Festival The music department continues... 
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