Archive from November, 2013
Guitarist/composer/sound artist Terrence McManus has been called “…one of New York’s latest guitar heroes…”(All About Jazz). Featured will be music from Miles Davis’ second quintet, arranged for solo guitar.
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The Philadelphia Story
by Philip Barry
A witty comedy of class, manners, marriage and re-marriage, this 1939 Broadway classic spins the tale of a socialite whose wedding plans are complicated by the simultaneous arrival of her ex-husband and an attractive journalist. Read more »
Censorship of the Arts: To cut or not to cut?
Join the cast, crew and production team of The Philadelphia Story for a one-hour discussion on producing a “classic” play for a modern audience, and the challenges that can be presented in the text.
Thursday, November 14, 6pm; Studio Theatre
Free coffee, free thinking, free admission!
Palomar Chamber Singers
The Chamber Singers offer up a preview of the upcoming Fall Season 2013 performance of Behold That Star! Music from Libby Larsen, Alice Parker and more. Directed by Sally Husch Dean.
Friday, 1pm, Performance Lab (D10). Free!
Come support your Palomar colleagues as they perform music in a variety of styles, from classical to modern and contemporary composers, on violin, saxophone, piano, voice, trombone, classical guitar, and more! Our music majors need an audience. Your support is appreciated!
Swingin’ and Singin’
and the Spectrum Singers
Palomar’s Day and Night Jazz Ensembles, joined by the Spectrum Singers, inject rhythmic sophistication, virtuosic expression and good-time swing into blues, Latin and jazz-oriented Big Band arrangements. Read more »
Cutting edge technology shapes student compositions from the Electronic Music Lab. Read more »
Palomar Electronic Music Ensemble
Student composers display their wares! Directed by Madelyn Byrne.
Hip Hop, Modern, Ballet, Tap, and Jazz! Palomar dance students warm the season with original choreography in a variety of styles. Read more »