In black dresses and suits, members of the University Chorale and Chamber Singers sung a traditional South African freedom song called “Tshotsholoza” to start the Trivial Pursuit Concert, Sunday in Morgan Auditorium.
Vijay Gupta, violinist and speaker, dedicates a song by Johann Sebastian Bach to the victims of that morning’s terrorist attack in New York, Tuesday in Morgan Auditorium.
Speaker and musician Arturo Martinez reminisced about the colorful vibrant houses, children flying kites by the water and the musical feel of his hometown, Veracruz, Mexico. He shared his paintings of Veracruz, a state in the Gulf Coast region of Mexico, to a small group on Sunday at the dA Center of the Arts in […]
The Scott Martin Latin Soul Band performed Sunday evening in Morgan Auditorium as part of Sundays at the Morgan series, bringing renowned artists to La Verne.
La Victoria, a contemporary all-women’s mariachi band performed Sunday in the Garrison Theatre, at Scripps College.
Adults, children and pets enjoyed an evening of free entertainment during Friday Nights Live on Oct. 6 at the Village Square Public Plaza, Claremont Chamber Patio, City Council Chamber Plaza and Shelton Park Stage.
‘Orfeus,’ billed as the world’s first house music opera, took to the stage Saturday at Pomona College’s Bridges Auditorium in Claremont.
Ronny Cox’s songs and stories kicked off this semester’s Sundays at the Morgan concert series, 6 p.m. Sunday.
The University Chorale traveled to Germany and Austria over the summer to give seven performances over a 10-day period, spending about a day or two in each place.
Mi POCO L.A. – or Pomona Collective Los Angeles County – is holding a celebration of music, food and art through the Los Angeles Latinx lens every weekend outside of Millard Sheets Art Center at the Fairplex.