Class #31075 meets on Tuesdays, 3:30 p.m. – 6:20 p.m. in classroom D-5 with professor Paul Kurokawa. This class is by audition only! Auditions on Tuesday, January 22 beginning at 3:30 p.m. in classroom D-5. Those with the ability to perform on one or more instruments and sight read music are encouraged to audition.
Class #34002 meets on Mondays from 2:00 p.m. – 4:50 p.m. in classroom BES-1 with professor John Polak. This class meets CSU and UC transfer requirements under Arts and Humanities.
Are you ready for private music lessons that are college paid? The Applied Music Program (MUS 220) is offered through the Performing Arts Department. It is a program of individual study for the serious music student, with priority given to music majors on the transfer track. Lessons are offered that will train students to be proficient in an applied music skill (voice or instrument) for the purpose of transferring to an upper level four-year institution as a music major, and in preparation for public performance. Auditions are by appointment only on Friday, January 25th. For more information and/or to make an appointment, please contact the Performing Arts office at 760-744-1150 x2316.
Come join the Brass Ensemble!
Open to Brass Players and Percussionists. Informal auditions will be held at the first ensemble meeting on Tuesday, January 22nd, 3:30pm
Rehearsals are Tuesdays 3:30pm to 6:20pm.
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For more information contact Paul Kurokawa, firstname.lastname@example.org or 760-744-1150 ext. 2322
Openings available! First rehearsal Tuesday January 22nd 7:00 p.m. D-6. Contact Ellen Weller, Director email@example.com
Auditions Friday, January 25th. Contact Kimberly Loya for information, an audition time and forms firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the audition application here. – Applied Music Application
Auditions at first rehearsal Wednesday January 23rd 11:00 a.m. D-6. No preparation necessary. Vocalists and instrumentalists welcome. Must have basic music reading skills. Contact Sally Husch-Dean, Director email@example.com
Auditions at first rehearsal Wednesday January 23rd 7:00 p.m. Room D-5. No preparation necessary. Must have basic music reading skills. Contact Sally Husch-Dean, Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Auditions at first rehearsal Monday, January 28th 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. D-6. Contact Paul Kurokawa, Director Seven O’clock Band email@example.com or Bob Weller, Director Four O’clock band firstname.lastname@example.org
Openings available! First rehearsal Thursday January 23rd 7:00 p.m. D-6 Contact Kenneth Bell, Director email@example.com
Openings available! First rehearsal Tuesday January 22nd 3:30 p.m. D-5 Contact Paul Kurokawa, Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Dead Man’s Cell Phone is Sarah Ruhl’s much-acclaimed darkly comic masterpiece. A young woman answers a dead man’s cell phone and becomes intimately involved in his life, often to her regret. Actors will love this script! Directed by Pat Larmer.
February 7, 2013
Elena Yárritu (flute) and Gabriel Sanchez (piano) return to Concert Hour to present a program of music by Samuel Zyman and a selection of tangos by Astor Piazzolla and Buenos Aires-based pianist/composer/arranger Exequiel Mantega.
February 14, 2013
Lovely renditions of jazz favorites from the likes of Thelonious Monk, George Gershwin and Rodgers and Hart grace the Valentine’s Day Concert Hour stage this week. Jazz guitarist (and Palomar staffer) Bob Boss, the young and talented violinist Nora Germain and inveterate bassist Marshall Hawkins will tug at your heartstrings with swing and groove shaped for this special day. Enjoy!
February 21, 2013
Love songs of the late Renaissance & early Baroque featuring French airs de cour and Italian passaggi, graced with lute solos from the French royal court and the Roman papal court. With Amy White, soprano and Dominic Schaner, lute.
Roles for 20 actors. Open call auditions Monday, March 4 @ 7 pm in room D-10 at the Palomar College San Marcos Campus, 1140 W. Mission Rd, 92069. Please prepare a memorized one- to two-minute contemporary monologue. Casting is open to people of all ethnicities and ages. Callbacks are Tuesday, March 5 @ 7pm. Rehearsals are March 11–April 25: Monday through Thursday, 6–10 pm; Fridays, 3–7 pm; and possibly Saturdays, 1–6 pm. Performances are April 26–May 5: Fridays, Saturdays, 8 pm; Sundays, 2 pm; Thursday, 4 pm; and a pick-up rehearsal on Wednesday, May 1 at 7 pm. For more information, contact John Polak: email@example.com; (608) 334-4625.
February 28, 2013
MandoBasso is a duo featuring Gunnar Biggs on bass and Bill Bradbury on mandolin. Biggs and Bradbury first came together as colleagues working on projects at both Palomar College and Cal State San Marcos. Biggs comes from a strong background in jazz and classical performance, Bradbury from a composition and computer music background. Their mutual love of Irish and traditional American music brought them together in this unusual pairing of mandolin and bass. Read more »
by Sarah Ruhl
Have you ever answered the call of an abandoned cell phone? Jean did, and soon found herself at the center of a delightful, contemporary, dark comedy by one of America’s hottest young playwrights! Gordon (the phone’s owner) is dead, and Jean’s interaction with the callers takes her to hell (Gordon’s new home) and back as the mysteries of meshing lives unfold.
March 7, 2013
Latin-flavored classical guitar.
Strings Are the Thing!
The vibrant strings of the Palomar Symphony Orchestra (joined by members of the Poway Symphonette) are featured in an earthshaking celebration of style! Be there to witness works by W. A. Mozart, Divertimento K. 138; Edward Elgar, Serenade for Strings; Leos Janacek, Idyll; Edvard Grieg, From Holberg’s Time and the west coast premiere of Gordon (Dick) Goodwin’s Level 4/Area Red. Read more »