A disoriented soldier roams at the Omaha Beach during World War II at the invasion of the Normandy, his right arm blown off, his intestines ready to gush out of his ripped stomach. He stumbles upon his right arm and awkwardly bends to pick it up.
Pangs of an electric guitar; smoothness of the saxophone; thumps from the bass; clashing of wooden sticks on drums and cymbals; and the wailing of wind through a trumpet or trombone. Collectively, these sounds could not prevent the bobbing of heads and tapping of feet during the ULV Jazz Ensemble’s concert Friday night.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Dec. 11, 1998.
A talented and diverse group of University of La Verne students entertained their fellow students, faculty, family and members of the La Verne community in a memorable performance Thursday, Dec. 3.
“Psycho,” quite understandably, took off in the 1960s when slayings and horrors were quite new and taboo. In the ’90s? Fat chance.
When walking into the University of La Verne’s Harris Art Gallery during the past three weeks, one encountered a simple, yet intriguing moon-like scenery.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Dec. 4, 1998.
It is the retold tale of the ugly duckling — the unwanted, misunderstood outsider who does not quite “fit in.”
Last Friday evening, Founders Auditorium resounded with the melodies of an unlikely quartet.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Nov. 20, 1998.