Centuries of culture and heritage decorated the Pitzer Square with an after party encompassing local musicians.
In the dimly lit First Christian Church, the University of La Verne Chamber Singers and Aldersgate Chorale joined forces to perform as the Mountainside Master Chorale Sunday in Pomona for their Earth Day concert, “Big Blue Marble.”
The full house applauded as the first of 13 singers stepped onto stage. Dasani water bottles were scattered on the stage as if to mark their spots.
Being involved on campus does not go unnoticed. That is the case for 21-year-old senior music major Terry Dopson.
Laughter, singing and jazz hands brought in a lively crowd March 11 as the Mountainside Master Chorale performed at their annual gala in Claremont.
As the lights dimmed, the bobbing of violin, viola and cello bows intensified. It was evident that passion was present when the Eclipse Quartet performed at Pomona College Saturday.
Amy Bolton, Fitzmaurice Voicework practitioner and instructor, lay on her back and folded her body in half, stretching her legs beyond her head – her demonstration of the plow position.
Some people look at barbershop kids as the nerds on campus, but the ULV Barbershop club held a tag contest Tuesday as a way to squash those stereotypes and educate about barbershop music.
As part of the Black History Month celebration, the La Verne community gathered Sunday in the Morgan Auditorium to hear Grammy Award winning drummer Lyndon Rochelle play.
Three brown harps and one glossy black harp decorated the stage of Morgan Auditorium. The house lights dimmed and Carol Stephenson, instructor of music, stepped onto the stage to introduce the performers.