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Faculty musical works its magic

Love, devotion and deception with the accompaniment of powerful music and strong acting in the two-person musical titled “The Last Five Years” brought students, faculty and other theatergoers to a standing ovation April 21, 22 and 23 in Founders Auditorium.

Jazz players hit all the right notes

The University of La Verne Jazz Ensemble treated the campus to a great performance on Tuesday. The concert was arranged by J. Michael O’Neal, the Jazz Ensemble director and lead on the keyboard.

Smith plays his way out of ULV

Founders Auditorium was quickly lit up on Monday as University of La Verne senior Kendell Smith and his four band members, performed his senior recital.

Students, faculty resurrect a musical legend

Those in Founders Auditorium on April 16 at 8 p.m. witnessed a tribute to a man who made his mark on the history of American music during the 20th century, when “The Music of Cole Porter” was introduced by University of La Verne music professor Reed Gratz.

Chamber concert showcases student talent

A historic-international flair filled Founders Auditorium on Tuesday, as the Student Chamber Music Recital performed in a classical concert as a final project of their class.

Jazz celebrates season

Members of the ULV Jazz Ensemble, Nicholas Pulido on trombone, James Muldow on saxophone and violinist Misa Kitagawa, performed as part of the music department's Fall Concert Series on Tuesday night.

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