The best of the best performed a variety of music, showcasing different styles of vocals and various instrumentalists at the annual Best of La Verne performance on Sunday.
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Morgan Auditorium was filled with cheers, laughter and yells at the second annual Leo Factor Wednesday night, where six students showcased their talents.
As the audience sat underneath a splatter of colors, the University Chorale and Chamber Singers performed “True Colors: Exploring Diversity Through Musical Expression” Friday in Morgan Auditorium.
In a crowd of around 50 and a panel of at least a dozen administrators, 20 or more University of La Verne students raised their hands when asked if they had experienced microaggressions on campus.
The University of La Verne’s Black Student Union hosted a Welcome Black BBQ filled with typical barbecue fare and vibrant music, Saturday at Fasnacht Court.
In black dresses and suits, members of the University Chorale and Chamber Singers sung a traditional South African freedom song called “Tshotsholoza” to start the Trivial Pursuit Concert, Sunday in Morgan Auditorium.
The University Chorale traveled to Germany and Austria over the summer to give seven performances over a 10-day period, spending about a day or two in each place.
The Chamber Singers and the University Chorale performed renditions of traditional and modern holiday songs Sunday at the La Verne Church of the Brethren.
Preston Parker, sophomore broadcast major, performs a solo in “Take the A Train,” by American composer Billy Strayhorn, with the University Chamber Singers and Chorale.
Holiday spirit and music filled Morgan Auditorium Sunday at the Wondrous Holiday Spectacular winter concert.