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East comes to West

East comes to West
Giselle Garcia and the rest of the UC Santa Barbara Middle East Ensemble perform at Mabel Shaw Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College on Saturday. The Ensemble brought some of its performers, including members from the band, choir and dancers. / photo by Stephanie Ball  Read More →

‘Good vibrations’ for a good cause

‘Good vibrations’ for a good cause
The Beach Boys tribute band Catch A Wave gives the Sundays at the Morgan concert series a blast from the past this weekend. The 1960s Southern California surf sound blasted through the speakers courtesy of lead singer Joel Dalton, bassist Glenn Henry, lead guitarist Richard Gibson, rhythm guitarist Chris Hillard and drummer Gene Martin. Catch a Wave has traveled all over the world, including headlining... 

Orchestra evokes emotion with old favorites

Hayley Hulin Staff Writer The Pomona College Orchestra performed Saturday night at the Mabel Shaw Bridges Hall of Music at the Pomona College. The orchestra began by playing the prelude to “Hänsel und Gretel” by Engelbert Humperdinck and was followed by “Eight Poems of Emily Dickinson” by Aaron Copland, the prelude to Act III of “Lohengrin” and the prelude and Liebestod from “Tristan... 

Mariachi sounds spice things up

Mariachi sounds spice things up
Suemy Gonzalez performs “Las Mil Amores” on violin and vocals with Trio Ellas Sunday in Morgan Auditor­ium as a part of the Sundays at the Morgan program. The group describes its style as a mixture of mariachi sounds and classic romantic music. Gonzalez is currently a senior at USC Thornton School of Music. / photo by Stephanie Ball Cody Luk Staff Writer Acoustic sounds of violin, guitar and guitarron... 

Cleveland entertains, organ style

Cleveland entertains, organ style
Douglas Cleveland performed at the Mabel Shaw Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College on Sunday. Cleveland opened the performance with “Preludium in G Major” by Nicolaus Bruhns. He teaches organ at the University of Washington. / photo by Ryan Gann  Read More →

Peppers bring Beatles back to life

Peppers bring Beatles back to life
Sgt. Peppers, a Beatles tribute band, performed Tuesday night on the Davenport Dining Hall patio and played a variety of the Beatles’ hits such as “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” “Yellow Submarine” and “Hey Jude.” Dan Carson imitates Paul McCartney, David Kaufman plays George Harrison, Jim Laspesa is Ringo Starr and Don Mendonca portrays John Lennon. Police stopped the show early due to noise... 

Lee ‘Delights’ patrons with universal classics

Liz Ortiz Staff Writer The lights dimmed and conversations halted as Genevieve Feiwen Lee took center stage at the Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College for her “Keyboard Delights” concert on Saturday evening. Lee began the concert by performing the Sixth Prelude from “L’Art de toucher le Clavecin” and Huitieme Ordre in B from “Pièces de Clavecin,” both by François Couperin, on the... 

Old experiences influence Gratz’s groove

Old experiences influence Gratz's groove
Saxophonist Steve Alaniz and alum drummer Mike Bennett perform the piece “Potawatomi Trail” with the Reed Gratz Band Sunday in Morgan Auditorium. This concert was the first of a series called “Sundays at the Morgan.” / photo by Stephanie Ball Kristina Bugante Arts Editor The “Sundays at the Morgan” concert series kicked off with the jazzy sounds of the Reed Gratz Band Sunday in Morgan Auditorium. Heads... 

Rosé Trio thrills with original score

Rosé Trio thrills with original score
The violin group the Rosé Trio performs May 3 in Morgan Auditorium. The group was formed in 2011 by violinists Irene Shiao, Sarah Wallin Huff and Danielle Cummins, together with pianist Masako Okamura Klassen. The performance included several classical pieces as well as original compositions. They have performed at several schools including La Verne, Mt. San Antonio College and Cal State San Bernardino.... 

Mediterranean culture comes through music

Clo Hidalgo Staff Writer Enzo Fina and Roberto Catalano performed songs about Italian tradition and culture using exotic instruments to an intimate crowd Saturday in Morgan Auditorium. The Mediterranean sounds were part of the duo’s “Musi­cantinca: Music and Culture from Mediterranean Italy” concert. Some of the instruments they used were guitar, mandolin, jaw’s harp, bells, shakers and tambourine. Fina... 
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