The University of La Verne African American Student Alliance (AASA) presented a variety show in Founders Auditorium on Friday, May 11.
Seats in Founders Auditorium filled quickly on Wednesday, May 2, as people flocked to see the University of La Verne’s chamber singers perform “Dido and Aeneas,” an opera by Henry Purcell.
The University of La Verne Music Department presented a student recital Thursday May 3 in the Chapel, with five fascinating performances. The program had a mixture of opera and piano music.
The highly anticipated Associated Students Federation’s (ASF) Benefit Show took place last Saturday in the Second Street parking lot at the University of La Verne.
Familiar tunes filled the air on Monday when John York, former member of the The Byrds, sang and discussed issues from the ’60s with David Brock’s American Music class.
The postponed Benefit Punk Show, which was originally scheduled for March 2, will be held Saturday, May 5, from 2 to 6:30 p.m.
Yoshio Kitazawa, soprano recorder, Anita Hanawalt, bass recorder, Erin Parson, alto recorder, Stephanie Abeyta, alto recorder and Mary Blocher, bass recorder, are part of the University of La Verne’s Recorder Ensemble.
Students gathered on Wednesday, April 4, in Founders Auditorium to attend Natalie Ganther’s senior recital. Ganther, along with backup singers Kia Hamm on tenor, Nikole Rogers on alto and her twin sister Nicole on soprano, managed to bring the house down.
Tuesday night sophomore Liz Lucsko and Michael Houdyshell, coordinator of campus activities and commuter programs, sponsored an open-mic night, “Expresso Yourself,” in the Spot from 7-9 p.m.
Five members of the University of La Verne choir program returned from San Antonio, Texas, Sunday after participating in the 2001 National Multicultural Honor Choirs Concert. Two hundred students were chosen from a field of 800 nationwide to perform for the first ever American Choral Directors Association National Convention.