Repeatability Error Messages for Performing Arts
We value our Performing Arts students and are sorry for any inconvenience these new State-mandated rules are causing. If you need these courses for transfer or transfer preparation for UC/CSU schools and/or believe you have received this message in error please follow the steps below:
- Try adding your classes one at a time. The computer will sometimes give you an error message if you are adding two classes of like content at a time.
If that doesn’t work:
- Please go to Enrollment Services in room SSC40 (around the side of the Student Services Building) and fill out both the Petition to Repeat a Course form AND an add slip for the class or classes in question.
- In the Select the exception you are petitioning under section check Repeatable course (exceeding 4 enrollment limit) – last one in the left column.
- In the explanation section write that “This class is needed for UC/CSU transfer.”
- At Enrollment Services room SSC40, turn in BOTH completed and signed Petition to Repeat a Course form and the completed add slip, including your signature. The form does not need faculty signature if turned in with Petition to Repeat a Course.
If you have maxed out your repeatability (normally 4 repeats for classes of similar content) and do not need the course/courses for credit then please audit by filling out and turning in the audit form.
If you are still having problems enrolling in Music or Dance classes and have already checked to see if there are no holds on your accounts due to fines or fees, please contact the Chair of Performing Arts, Molly Faulkner at (760) 744-1150 x2318 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attention Palomar Performing Arts majors! Whether you’re majoring in dance, music, or theatre arts, we have a faculty advisor just for you! Find an advisor in the list below and contact him/her ASAP for an appointment. Our faculty advisors will help you choose the right classes and programs for your success!
E. Weller: email@example.com; (760) 744-1150 x3949
M. Bryne: firstname.lastname@example.org; (760) 744-1150 x2809
P. Kurokawa: email@example.com; (760) 744-1150 x2322
M. Faulkner: firstname.lastname@example.org; (760) 744-1150 x2318
P. Mead: email@example.com; (760) 744-1150 x2969
M. Mufson: firstname.lastname@example.org; (760) 744-1150 x2456
C. Sinnott: email@example.com; (760) 744-1150 x2432
Transplanting characters from The Tempest to present-day New York, ROUGH MAGIC is a Shakespearean action-adventure-fantasy in the tradition of Harry Potter and The X-Men that conjures a mythical, magical meta-universe in which the evil sorcerer Prospero is willing to do anything to recover his stolen book of magic—even if it means Manhattan’s destruction. Lucky for us, New York’s defenders include a quartet of unlikely heroes: A plucky, raven-haired dramaturg named Melanie Porter, who has the ability to free characters from plays; Prospero’s hunky (though not-too-bright) son, Caliban; a revenge-seeking Fury from Ancient Greece named Tisiphone; and a seventeen-year-old lifeguard from Coney Island named Chet Baxter. May the forces of evil beware…
MELANIE PORTER, a dramaturg with the magical gift to free characters from classical plays
CHESTER “CHET” BAXTER, a lifeguard
PROSPERO, an evil sorcerer
CALIBAN, Prospero’s first born and rebellious son
ARIEL, Prospero’s son, an enslaved spirit
SASIA, Ariel’s twin sister, also enslaved
MIRANDA, his daughter
SHYLOCK, owner of the Alabaster bookstore on Twelfth Street, freed from Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice
CAIUS MARCIUS, a Roman General, Freed from Shakespeare’s Coriolanus
TISIPHONE, first Fury, freed from Greek trilogy The Oresteia, a fabulous drag performer
MEGAGERA, second Fury, freed from Greek trilogy The Oresteia, one of Tisiphone’s back-up singers
ALECTO, third Fury, freed from Greek trilogy The Oresteia, also one of Tisiphone’s back-up singers
LINDA SUMMERS, a graduate student at Columbia University
DR. ROSEMARY RIDGEON, a doctor at Bellvue, Psychiatric Hospital
-From the Director, Michael Mufson-
Announcing the 2013-2014 Palomar Symphony Orchestra season! Click on dates in red for more info.
October 25-26: Bach to Brubeck. The PSO is joined by the Palomar Brass Ensemble, directed by Paul Kurokawa, in a Tribute to Howard and Dave Brubeck for our first concert at the newly renovated Howard Brubeck Theatre, with Howard Brubeck’s G-flat Theme, Madelyn Byrne’s Nocturne for Orchestra, and Copland’s Four Dance Episodes from Rodeo.
December 6-7: Fate – Beethoven Symphony No.5. Fate comes knocking as the PSO launches gripping performances of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Georges Bizet’s Carmen Suite No. 1, and Giuseppe Verdi’s La Forza Del Destino Overture, celebrating Verdi’s 200th birthday year.
March 29-30: Klezmer! A Celebration of Jewish Music. The Second Avenue Klezmer Ensemble joins the PSO for a joyous program celebrating Jewish music, featuring the compositions of San Diego composer Myron Fink, Gustav Mahler and more!
May 2-3: Look to the Future! Joined by brilliant young piano soloist, William Kelly, the PSO shares the HBT stage with local high school students, then presents a program including Brahms’ Academic Overture and Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3.
-PSO Director, Ellen Weller
Dr. Ellen Weller joined the Palomar Performing Arts Department in 2005, where she teaches classes in music theory, ear-training and music literature and directs the Palomar Symphony Orchestra. She earned her B.A. and M.A. in Music Composition from Queens College of the City University of New York, and completed her PhD studies at UCSD. She has studied conducting with Peter Jaffe, Donald Portnoy, David Chase, Martin Canellakis, Harvey Sollberger, and Kenneth Bell. She was an invited Fellow at the 2012 Conductors Institute of South Carolina, and recently appeared as guest conductor with the Poway Symphonette. A pianist and multi-winds performer, Weller has two CDs on the Circumvention label: Spirits, Little Dreams and Improvisations (2004) and Point of Contact (2008). Her compositions include works for solo piano, flute, voice, and chamber ensembles, some exploring improvisation and graphic notation, and have been performed in New York, Detroit, San Diego and Los Angeles. Recent works include Prior’s Waltz for orchestra, 1918: for two pianos and community, incidental music to Angels in America and Pine Apple Rag for piano soloist and orchestra. Websites: www.wellermusic.com and http://www2.palomar.edu/users/eweller/.
Ulli Reiner, concertmaster of the Palomar Symphony Orchestra, is an adjunct faculty member of Palomar College and orchestra director with the Poway Unified School District. She is also the manager, founder and concertmaster of the Poway Community Symphony Orchestra and conductor of the Poway Community Symphonette. Ms. Reiner is a co-founder of the San Diego Youth Philharmonic and Civic Youth Orchestras, and she was appointed conductor of the Concert Strings Ensemble with the San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory in the fall of 2011.
A graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music, Ms. Reiner received a Bachelor of Music Education degree with emphasis in violin and viola performance and continued with graduate study at San Diego State University, the University of Southern California, and the University of San Diego. She has studied violin and viola with Melvin Ritter, Tiberius Klausner, Yukiko Kamei, Noumi Fisher, Milton Thomas and her father, Rudolf Reiner.
As a professional violinist, Ms. Reiner has performed with the San Diego Symphony, San Diego Opera, Starlight Opera, San Diego Chamber Orchestra, St. Louis Municipal Opera, the St. Louis Philharmonic, and the Alexandria String Quartet. As a certified private instructor of Suzuki and traditional violin, her students have won numerous awards and scholarships leading to professional careers in music.
Ms. Reiner is a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas, Suzuki Association of San Diego, served on the Board of Directors of the American String Teachers Association and has served as an adjudicator for the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association. She was recognized in 1991 and again in 1993 by Outstanding Young Women of America and in 2000 was elected to the prestigious Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. Since 1995 she has led successful international concert tours of Salzburg, Vienna, London, and Paris conducting the Civic Youth Orchestra Chamber Strings and her “Mostly Mozart Orchestra” comprised of students from the Poway Unified School District. Most recently, she was invited to conduct at the American String Teachers National Convention in Reno, Nevada, and was the guest conductor for the San Diego Unified School District Honor Orchestra.
Ms. Reiner performed a solo with the Maryville University Symphony Orchestra in St. Louis, Missouri in the springs of 2010 and 2012, performs solos regularly with the Poway Community Symphonette .
For more information about Ms. Ulli Reiner, visit her website here.
For General orchestra information, string section seating, web site comments or orchestra openings, please contact the music director.
Dr. Ellen Weller firstname.lastname@example.org (760) 744-1150 X 3949
Diane Hunt-Assistant Concertmaster
Fang Fang Li-Principal
*Palomar Faculty Member
Still looking to add a music ensemble to your repertoire? Join the Palomar Brass Ensemble, MUS 155 (73565), Tuesday, August 27 at 3:30 pm in room D-10!
Volunteer as an usher and see the show for free! Sign up for more information by clicking “Sign Up Now” below. Or contact the Box Office/House Manager at email@example.com for further information.
Rules and Information for Ushers
- Ushers are asked to wear black bottoms and white tops. Black denim jeans are acceptable, but must be clean, free of holes/tears, and of a solid black color. Sneakers or tennis shoes are not appropriate. Any one not dressed appropriately will not be allowed to usher for the performance.
- Ushers are asked to arrive at the venue one full hour prior to the event’s start time (i.e., if the event starts at 7:00 pm, ushers must be at the venue no later than 6:00 pm). Usher’s names will be checked off when they arrive.
- Ushers may not chew gum or use cell phones during the event.
- Ushers must be able to stand for up to 45 minutes at a time.
- Ushers will be given brief instructions on safety practices and standards as well as an introduction to the box office staff, the facility, the performance (title, length [i.e. 1 hour 45 minutes with a 15 minute intermission], performance type (dance, music, theatre), how the seating is arranged, and which doors to suggest for patrons to use for their convenience.
- Ushers will perform tasks that include, but are not limited to: taking tickets, handing out programs, passing out pre-paid will-call tickets, and/or assisting with concession stand.
- At Intermission, the ushers will need to take to the edge of the stage; this is to make sure that audience members DO NOT try to enter the stage area.
- During the performance, ushers will need to take seats on each side of the audience. Late seating will be accommodated at the discretion of the House Management. If there are late patrons, ask them to take a seat at the edge of the aisle and inform them that they will be able to take their actual seat at Intermission.
- After the performance, ushers will be asked to stand once again at the edge of the stage. As patrons ask for performers, ushers need to ask them to go to the meeting area to wait for performers there. Ushers need to make sure that audience members do not try and enter the stage from the House.
- Ushers must stay through the entire performance.
- Once the House is clear, ushers must help clean-up the audience area and return all programs that are in good condition. Ushers will sign programs for students who need proof-of-attendance for a class.
- Front Door: You will be taking tickets and telling patrons which theatre door they should enter to get to their seats.
- Performance Entrance/Programs: You will be handing out programs and helping patrons to their seats.
- Will Call Station: You will be located next to the ticketing area; at this station you will be handling all the Will Call tickets (tickets that were purchased prior to the event).
- Other positions as assigned by House Manager.
In Case of Emergencies
- In the case of a medical emergency, ushers need to contact the House Manager and leave the affected person alone (DO NOT MOVE THEM!).
- In case of a major emergency (i.e. earthquake or fire), the House Management will contact the lighting operator to bring up the lights to allow the house staff to safely evacuate the audience.
Palomar Performing Arts is a community where the human spirit is continually renewed and a place where we are reminded of the qualities that make us human.
Palomar Performing Arts is a world where artists and audiences alike gather to deepen their knowledge of music, dance and theatre in all their varied forms. It is a place where creativity and craft drive the immediacy of live performance, linking the traditions of the past with the possibilities of the future, instilling the art of communication in everyone.
We welcome all interested participants. Maybe you’re considering a professional career in music, dance or theatre. Perhaps you are chasing a curiosity about the performing arts and want to experience something new and exciting. Or, you might simply be looking for fun and stimulating general education requirements! Whatever your motivation, you will find a thoughtful and vibrant community when you arrive. Join us!
Join the Palomar Performing Arts Circle!
Palomar Performing Arts is a cultural and educational experience unique to North County. Our venues bring people together, enriching lives through the arts and building a sense of community. With your help, we can continue to enhance our reputation as a leader in arts education.
Your donation to the Palomar Performing Arts Circle demonstrates not only a personal commitment to the arts, but a willingness to share it with those around you as well.
Donors can choose from several levels of participation. Become an Associate ($25.00 Donation), a Colleague ($50.00 Donation), a Fellow ($100.00 Donation), a Partner ($250.00 Donation), a Benefactor ($500.00 Donation) or even a Patron ($1000.00 Donation).
Please make checks payable to Palomar College Foundation with PAC on the memo line. Palomar Performing Arts Circle donations are tax deductible. Donate online! Click here. PAC donation envelopes are available in the lobby of the Howard Brubeck Theatre, on the information table during Concert Hour, or by calling the box office (760.744.1150 ext. 2453) to have one mailed to you.
Your generosity keeps Palomar Performing Arts scholarships, programs and activities relevant and strong. We look forward to many successful performances in the seasons ahead!
As of February 21, 2013:
PATRON – $1,000
Ivan & Ellen Gillis
BENEFACTOR – $500
PARTNER – $250
Richard Ball, Jr.
George & Ann Boggs
Dr. David & Ann Chase
Susan Dong & A K Johanson
Dr. Jack & Norma Miyamoto
Maria Vazquez & Marco Lamas
FELLOW – $100
Donald & Brenna Budd
Dr. Ken Burns
Dr. Madelyn Byrne
Hugh & Martha Cox
Steve & Kathy Crouthamel
Harry & Helgard Deuel
Dr. Peter Gach
Cecilia & Sorab Ghandhi
Robert & Susan Gilson
Don & Lara Hardin, Hardin Family Trust
Azim & Nell Hariri
Lynda Halttunen & Don Silliphant
Elaine & Paul Jordan
William & Inok Paik
James & Letha Pontious
Gerald & Arlene Schaffner
Dr. Joe & Dana Stanford
Dr. Ellen & Bob Weller
COLLEAGUE – $50
Rev. Ken & Joy Bealo
Fred & Susan Johnston
Dr. Virginia Loc-Hagan
Malcolm & Marilyn McGawn
Eric and Cathy Meerbergen
Melinda O’Brien & David Baker
Hamid Radvar – Off Campus Books
Tom & June Robinson
James & Marlene Sudomir
ASSOCIATE – $25
Nancy Boyer – In Memory of Linda Chamberlain
Roger & Arvis Hiniker
Jonathan & Lois Ingber
George & Connie Krell
Kevin & Linda McCormack
Virginia Miller & Raymond Wilson
David & Eleanore Narevsky
Dorothy Ann Richardson
The sound of pure, bold brass rings strong and true as these engaging Palomar musicians expand on renditions of classic and contemporary compositions.
Directed by Paul Kurokawa
$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students; Open Seating
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