Sounds of drums and rhythmic music filled Morgan Auditorium Wednesday night as Ellen Rondina, the director of the West African Drum Ensemble class, put on a recital showcasing all they had learned throughout the semester.
Latin music, especially reggaeton and trap, has grown in popularity among Americans within the last few years.
Guitarists Jeff Van Voorhis, Stu Stoddard, Ashley Avilez and senior photography major Dorothy Gartsman, play several songs ranging from flamenco to Irish folksongs in the Morgan Auditorium, Friday during the Guitar Ensemble performance.
The University Chorale and Chamber Singers stunned the audience last Friday and Saturday with their sold-out Broadway showcase channeling songs from popular musicals and movies in Dailey Theatre.
Around a hundred people came out to the Claremont Village for another weekly Friday Nights Live concert May 10 to hears bands that performed soft rock, jazz and blues.
The University of La Verne’s 10th annual Lavernapalooza on May 2 came and went but the memories from that night will live on for many students.
The best of the best performed a variety of music, showcasing different styles of vocals and various instrumentalists at the annual Best of La Verne performance on Sunday.
Free weekly concerts have begun again as Claremont’s Friday Nights Live kicked off last Friday, allowing guests to listen to an array of live music in the multiple outdoor venues throughout the Claremont Village.
Morgan Auditorium was filled with cheers, laughter and yells at the second annual Leo Factor Wednesday night, where six students showcased their talents.
Bring Me The Horizon is a rock band from Sheffield, England that formed in 2004 and has had a heavy presence in the emo and scene subcultures of rock music.