The inaugural University of La Verne California Poetry Festival will take place over two days and at two locations: Monday, Oct. 8, at the dA Center for the Arts in Pomona, from 7 to 9 p.m.; and Tuesday, Oct. 9, on campus, in the Hanawalt House Courtyard, from 5 to 7 p.m.
A University of La Verne adjunct faculty member has been nominated for an award for her environmentally-conscience art. Danielle Eubank is one of more than 30 artists nominated for the 2018 Creative Climate Awards.
Guatemalan pianist Timothy Durkovic will provide an evening of chamber music at the University of La Verne’s Morgan Auditorium on April 23. Durkovic was born and raised in Guatemala City, receiving his musical education from the National Conservatory of Guatemala, the Juilliard School, Salem College, and the Thornton School of Music at USC. He has been […]
Chekhov’s unique way of portraying the lives of his characters was not only in the hands of the University of La Verne’s talented student actors, but in those of the dedicated faculty in the University’s Department of Theatre.
From the epic battles of King Arthur, to Orpheus’ quest to rescue his wife from Hades, the University of La Verne Symphony Orchestra is set to bring mythological stories to life through music May 22. “Music of Myth and Legend,” will be performed by students and community members, including active and retired music faculty. Danielle Rosaria, […]
Southern California water resources and issues pertaining to the Los Angeles River will be addressed during a panel discussion April 28, coinciding with Carlson Gallery’s “Riverrun” photo exhibit. Panelists for the discussion, “The River Narrates Itself,” include veteran photographer Ray Carofano, whose work is featured in “Riverrun,” Biology Instructor Pablo Weaver; Char Miller, Environmental Analysis […]
A contemporary urban tragedy embedded in East Los Angeles gang culture opens at the University of La Verne’s Dailey Theatre April 26. “Electricidad,” by MacArthur “Genius” Award-winning playwright Luis Alfaro, draws on Sophocles’ classic Greek play “Electra,” exploring the repetitive cycle of familial love, revenge and honor that appears throughout history from the Greeks to modern […]
It is the music heard while sword-wielding heroes fight monsters and other enemies. The University of La Verne Symphony Orchestra is set to perform selections from popular video games such as World of Warcraft, the Legend of Zelda and God of War during its “Music of the Virtual Worlds” on April 10. Video game concerts are […]
The University of La Verne Chamber Singers and University Chorale are set to perform a diverse selection of music from classical, to world and even video game music for the “Heroes & Legends” concert March 5. The concert features music from history’s best choral composers such as Johannes Brahms, Giuseppe Verde, Claudio Monteverdi and Robert Schuman, […]
A renowned drama centering on three upper-class, educated sisters who long to return to Moscow is set to open at the University of La Verne on March 1 at the Dailey Theatre. “The Three Sisters,” a play written by Anton Chekhov, concerns the sisters and their brother, who were raised in Moscow, but find themselves living […]