In the 40 years between 1880 and 1920, over 1.5 million Jews immigrated to New York City, bringing their language – Yiddish, their food – bagels, bialys and knishes, and their music – religious and secular, instrumental and vocal, joyous and tragic. Embedded within the music is the history of a people driven from their roots in the Middle East, and persecuted and marginalized in Europe, laced with resilience and humor. That sound continued to develop in the United States, and found new expression in the Yiddish-language theatres of Second Avenue and the halls of the Catskills resorts (where stand-up comedy was born).
LIVE at the Howard Brubeck Theatre! Back On Stage and In Person! Palomar Performing Arts Proudly Presents CONCERT HOUR Every Thursday at 1pm Or View Via Zoom Click Here to Register for Your Zoom Link More information Soon. https://youtu.be/7dGCTXvQLq4 Join us every Thursday at the Howard Brubeck Theatre on the San Marcos Campus for a […]
The Palomar Symphony Orchestra emerges from its Heart2Heart online season
with a LIVE concert of music that speaks to our shared humanity. Bizet’s opera,
Carmen, explores the darker side of ecstatic love and hate, while Copland’s suite
from “Our Town” celebrates the simple joys of family and community.
She plays the violin, she plays the piano, and she sings! When Joanna Dronov shows up you are going to hear an eclectic one-woman show filled with charming classical repertoire and jaunty popular music! Joanna’s Slavic roots are evident in many of the songs she chooses, and audiences delight to her fun-filled explanations of the music she performs. In 2015, Joanna made her first debut as a soloist when she performed the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with the American River College Orchestra. She received a Bachelors in Violin Performance from Sacramento State University in May 2017 followed by a Masters in Music at San Diego State University in December 2019.
Join the Palomar Chorale and Palomar Chamber Singers as they return to the
concert stage to perform a diverse selection of choral music. The program will
center around José Mauricio Nunes Garcia’s Missa para a noite de Natal (Mass
for Christmas Night), a rarely performed work from Brazil. The program will also
feature works and arrangements by Ryan Brandau, Judith Herrington, Maddalena
Casulana, Mark De-Lisser and more.
Directed by Patriceann Mead (PAC 215 upstairs)
Join us for an evening of Cuban Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, and informal
performances by Agogo, the Afro-Cuban and Brazilian Drum and
Dance Ensemble and World Dance Students. Founded and Directed by
A remix of Shakespeare’s The Tempest in reflection with the last line of the poem
on the statue of liberty, “Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my
lamp beside the golden door!” While honoring the language and magic of the
original play, this remix will lift up the themes of colonization and euro-supremacy
immanent in the text.
Palomar Dance faculty members share their creativity with Howard Brubeck
audiences by taking us on a journey of the imagination in this lively dance
extravaganza which will celebrate a variety of dance styles and musical genres.