An evening of romance and intimacy was delivered as Michael Ryan and his multi-talented ensemble of friends played concerts both Friday and Saturday night in Dailey Theatre.
Jazz music filled Dailey Theatre Saturday night as the modern jazz trio Outside Pedestrian played a concert in celebration of the release of its second CD, “Sunless City.”
The La Verne Church of the Brethren hosted the University of La Verne’s Chorale, Chamber Singers, Vocal Jazz and ULV community members in a concert titled “Songs of Comfort in a Crying World” on Nov. 9.
On Tuesday, the University of La Verne Department of Music presented a PianoFest Dedication Concert in Founders Hall Auditorium, which featured a chamber quintet composed of musicians Timothy Durkovic, piano; Kristine Whitson Hedwall, violin; Lyndon Johnston Taylor, violin; John Hayhurst, viola; and Wilhelmina Smith, cello.
The sounds of Afro-Cuban Latin jazz echoed through the heart of Claremont last Friday.
I had the privilege of attending an extraordinary event on Wednesday afternoon.
His office is clearly a musical venue: piano to the right and a music stand to the left. The beautiful sounds of voice and melody cannot help but touch the mind and soul of all who dare to enter.
The sounds of Johann Sebastian Bach emerged from La Fetra Auditorium Wednesday as the University of La Verne Chorale and Chamber Singers presented their first public concert to the campus.
Though Macy Gray’s public image may cause many to believe she is a little wacky, in her newest album, “The Id,” she reaffirms what is going on inside of her head.
His hands flew over the keys, gentle at one moment, then increasing in intensity.