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Archive from April, 2013

Palomar Chamber Singers (D10)

April 4

Join this premier Palomar ensemble as they present a preview of this weekend’s performance of Jabberwocky! A Choral DreamscapeLook for choral settings of texts by William Shakespeare, Lewis Carroll and French romantic Maurice Duruflé. Also featured will be solo performances by outstanding Palomar student percussionist Diego Gutierrez.  Directed by Sally Husch Dean.

Palomar Chamber Singers/Palomar Chorale

April 5, 6

Jabberwocky! A Choral Dreamscape

Choral settings of whimsical, capricious and dreamlike texts from Walt Whitman, Lewis Carroll, William Shakespeare and Hungarian composer Lajos Bardos are featured. Of special note is choral phenom Eric Whitacre’s setting of The Seal Lullaby, with text by Rudyard Kipling. Outstanding Palomar music student Diego Gutierrez will add marimba and percussion to the festivities!

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Michael Vlatkovich (O2)

April 11

Michael Vlatkovich, trombone/compositions with Tom McNalley, guitar; Michael Alvidrez, bass; and Bert Karl, drums.

Note: Originally, the April 11 Concert Hour was to feature Michael Munson on Palomar’s Pipe Organ in D5. Michael Munson will now instead be playing at the April 18 Concert Hour in D5, and the April 11 Concert Hour will feature Michael Vlatkovich and will be held in the O2 Performance Studio (next to the dome, adjacent to the tennis courts).

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Michael Munson (D5)

April 18

Organ solo featuring the Palomar Pipe Organ. Note: This is a change from our original listing.

Palomar Jazz!

April 19

Swingin’ into Spring

Big Band Jazz at its North County Best!  Highlighting the exciting skills of Palomar’s Day and Night Jazz Ensembles, this concert features Big Band music from Swing to Funk.

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Inherit the Wind

April 26-May 5

by Jerome Lawrence and Robert Edwin Lee

“Bursting with vitality…Literature of the stage!” says the New York Times of this fictionalized account of the 1925 Scopes “Monkey” Trial (which resulted in a conviction of a high school teacher for presenting Darwin’s theory of evolution to a science class). According to Lawrence, “We used the teaching of evolution as a parable, a metaphor for any kind of mind control[...] It’s not about science versus religion. It’s about the right to think.”  Read more »

Coffee Talk: Freedom to Think

May 4

Freedom to Think

Where do we come from? Why are we here? What are we supposed to be doing?  Join the discussion. Free coffee, free thinking, free admission!

Saturday, 4pm

(Between the Saturday performances of The Search for Meaning and Inherit the Wind)

O2 Performance Studio, Palomar College, San Marcos Campus