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Palomar Jazz!

October 19

Palomar Jazz!
There’ll Be Some Changes Made

Big Band Jazz at its North County best! Highlighting the exciting skills of Palomar’s Day Band and Night Band, this concert features Big Band music from swing to funk.

Directed by Paul Kurokawa and Bob Weller

Friday, 8pm
O2 Performance Studio, Palomar College, San Marcos campus
$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students

Palomar/Pacific Coast Concert Band w/Palomar Dance Ensemble

October 20, 21

Palomar/Pacific Coast Concert Band with Palomar Dance Ensemble
American Salute, Part Three

North County’s largest concert band rallies election year sentiment with music and dance rooted in our nation’s heritage. Featured will be music from Tin Pan Alley complete with the charm and verve of jazz dance. The second half will showcase Aaron Copland’s classic A Lincoln Portrait, narrated by Ken Bell and conducted by Ellen Weller.

Directed by Ken Bell with choreography by Molly Faulkner
Saturday, 3pm; Sunday, 7pm
O2 Performance Studio, Palomar College, San Marcos campus
$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students

Peter Sprague/Leonard Patton (Performance Lab D10)

October 25

Guitarist Peter Sprague and vocalist Leonard Patton bring twenty years of duo performance experience to our stage, ready to explore works by Nat King Cole, The Beatles, Bob Marley, Stevie Wonder and Ornette Coleman. Watch out! There will be surprises.
Venue: Performance Lab (D10)

Palomar Chamber Singers/Chorale

November 3

PalomarChamber Singers/Chorale
There and Back Again

Choral music from great American composers including Samuel Barber, Alice Parker, Kirke Mechem, Libby Larsen and Leonard Bernstein.

Directed by Sally Husch-Dean
Saturday, 8pm
Performance Lab (D10), Palomar College, San Marcos campus
$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students

Trio Gentile (Performance Lab D10)

November 8

A romantic delight! Kay Ethridge (piano), Päivikki Nykter (violin) and Cecilia Kim, (cello) perform works by Brahms and Glière.

Venue: Performance Lab (D10)

 

The Cider House Rules, Part One

November 9-18

by Peter Parnell (adapted from the novel by John Irving)

Homer Wells, a compassionate young man raised by an eccentric doctor at a Maine orphanage, steps away from his upbringing to see the world. Based on the book by the same name, the story touches on many issues, including abortion rights, incest and family values. Contains adult situations, sexual content and language. Not suitable for children.

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Electro Acoustic Music Festival

November 14

Electro Acoustic Music Festival
Happy 100th Birthday, John Cage!

Local and out-of-town composers celebrate the life and work of one of our culture’s most celebrated visionaries with acoustic and electronic performances.

Directed by Madelyn Byrne
Wednesday, 8pm
Performance Lab (D10), Palomar College, San Marcos campus
$5 General Admission, Open Seating

Arthur Golden/Chan Jenuine (Performance Lab D10)

November 15

Palomar guitar instructor Arthur Golden is joined by accomplished student guitarist Chan Genuine in a program of indigenous American music, including Delta Blues, Ragtime, and the more contemporary styles of John Renbourn and Stefan Grossman.                                          

Venue: Performance Lab (D10)

Coffee Talk: The Cider House Rules

The Performing Arts Department is proud to welcome you to the second installment in our Coffee Talk series, which will be held on Friday, November 16th, in room D-5 from 6-7:20pm.

The panelists…
Francis Gercke (Performing Arts Department – Theatre, Acting/Directing) and Director of The Cider House Rules, Part One
Chris Sinnott (Performing Arts Department – Theatre, Design/Tech) and both Scenic Designer and Technical Director of The Cider House Rules, Part One
Cynthie Bond (Professor at Loyola Marymount in Los Angeles – Theology) and also a former Palomar Alumna
William Leslie (Behavioral Sciences – Philosophy)

The topic…
“Abortion: Choices and Consequences”
We invite you to share a cup of coffee, your thoughts, and perhaps a story or two, with us as we hold an open, friendly, and frank conversation about this emotional issue which has become so prevalent in public debate.

Also, please invite your students, friends, and family to come and join us for this discussion, as well as the following evening of thought provoking performance in our theatrical production of John Irving’s The Cider House Rules, Part One. The Coffee Talk is free, and open to the public.

Ticket prices for The Cider House Rules, Part One, are:
$12 for General Admission,
$10 for Seniors (55+) and Palomar Staff Members, and
$8 for Students/Children.

The Masque: An Evening of Baroque Entertainments

November 30, December 1
The Masque: An Evening of Baroque Entertainments

Thrill to a multi-sensory rethinking of the 17th century Masque (a cultural spectacle combining ballet and theatre with instrumental and choral music.) Music from Bach, Handel, Lully, Purcell, Vivaldi, and text from Moliere will be featured.

Directed by Ellen Weller, Michael Mufson, Molly Faulkner and Sally Husch-Dean
Friday, Saturday, 8pm
O2 Performance Studio, Palomar College, San Marcos campus
$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students

Palomar Jazz! The Creative Spirit

December 2

Palomar Jazz! The Creative Spirit

Palomar’s Day Band and Night Band swing the holidays with classic and contemporary big band arrangements. Special guests The Spectrum Singers, directed by Janet Hammer, will top the tree with the outstanding vocal panache that has made them the talk of the county. Don’t miss it!

Directed by Paul Kurokawa and Bob Weller
Sunday, 7pm
O2 Performance Studio, Palomar College, San Marcos campus
$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students

WinterDance 2012

December 7-9

Hip Hop, Modern, Ballet, Tap, and Jazz! Palomar dance students warm the season with original choreography in a variety of styles. Read more »

Palomar/Pacific Coast Concert Band: Ring Out, Wild Bells!

December 14

Palomar/Pacific Coast Concert Band
Ring Out, Wild Bells!

The bell is considered by many to be the most fascinating instrument of celebration. Join us as we explore the mystique with music from around the world, spanning ancient to contemporary times.

Directed by Kenneth Bell
Friday, 8pm
O2 Performance Studio, Palomar College, San Marcos campus
$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students

Palomar/Pacific Coast Concert Band: Ring Out, Wild Bells!

December 14

Palomar/Pacific Coast Concert Band
Ring Out, Wild Bells!

The bell is considered by many to be the most fascinating instrument of celebration. Join us as we explore the mystique with music from around the world, spanning ancient to contemporary times.

Directed by Kenneth Bell
Friday, 8pm
O2 Performance Studio, Palomar College, San Marcos campus
$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students