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Students and guests can register for the Season Launch Event through the following link – Click Here

Students and guests can register for the Concert Hour Series through the following link –
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Click on the link to Register in advance for this meeting:
– https://cccconfer.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAkd-CtpjkiH9x144_vEjiA9mddEnOQYXnJ
– If you don’t already have it, we suggest you download the Zoom App from the Apple or Google Play app stores. Alternatively, you can connect to the meeting on your browser.
– Once you log onto the meeting, you will be placed in Virtual Waiting Room. We open the virtual doors 10 minutes before the performance. Just hold until the host admits you into the meeting. Please arrive on time, because once the performance starts you won’t be able to join anymore. Concert Hour is a live performance, so late arrivals cannot be accommodated. Thank you for understanding.
– For your information, when you first enter the meeting your microphone will be muted by default, but your video will be on unless you choose to shut it off. Be ready to be seen!
– We encourage you to connect using a laptop or desktop computer, the performance is better enjoyed on a larger screen. But of course, you can also use a phone or tablet.
– You will need to adjust a setting on the zoom meeting app so you can only see the performers and not the whole audience. Here is a step by step guide on how to do it. Don’t worry, though, we’ll give live instructions as well, to make sure everyone is set up properly before starting!
Please get in touch if you have any questions, we are here to help. boxoffice@palomar.edu

May 2020

Cyber Sonic Sampler

May 14 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT
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Cyber Sonic Sampler

As part of a final class project, Palomar College Electronic Ensemble student composers are given a chance to take the audience on an electrifying adventure through their original music compositions ranging from a variety of styles (or wherever their imaginations can take us). Directed by Dr. Madelyn Byrne, the production will be held live on Zoom. Audience members will experience of range of compositions from students, carried out over the past semester, all during a live Zoom broadcast.

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Palomar College Pioneers of CyberTheatre. On Zoom May 15 & 16

May 15 - May 16
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating indefinitely

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Palomar College Pioneers of CyberTheatre. On Zoom May 15 & 16
Theatre makers all over the world are reinventing live theatre for the Zoom format. Not to be daunted by the seismic upheaval of this brave new world, Palomar Theatre Arts students have been working to bring you two original works for this unique moment.
The collaboration began by asking, “what does our community need right now, that only live theatre can offer?” We all agreed that people want to be connected, uplifted and entertained in a way that will also add perspective to the uncertainties we all are experiencing.

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Pause – An Evening of Dance in Cyber Space

May 20 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm PDT
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Pause - An Evening of Dance in Cyber Space

As part of a final production management class project, dance students have been given the opportunity to entertain audience members during a live performance through their own original dance creations. Created/Directed by Professor Patriceann Mead, the production will be held live on Zoom. Audience members will experience of range of choreography/works in progress from students this semester all during a live Zoom broadcast.

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Honors Recital

May 21 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT
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Honors Recital

Honors Recital

Thursday May 21, 2020 @ 1:00PM

The Honors Recital showcases Palomar’s top Applied Music students. Come join us on Zoom to hear them make some beautiful music. Afterwards we will be honoring the music students as they are awarded scholarships.
Admission is free and donations gratefully accepted to the Palomar Performing Arts Circle.

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September 2020

Concert Hour

Concert Hour Series

September 11 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm PDT
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Join our Palomar Performing Arts Family on September 11th at 6pm for a virtual Happy Hour and Concert celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the creation of the Performing Arts Department and the launch of our
2020 Fall Season!

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Tom Griesgraber – Season Launch Performance

September 11 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm PDT
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Tom Griesgraber is one of the world’s most respected players of the Chapman Stick; an unusual instrument with six guitar strings and six bass strings that is played more like a piano. Tom’s performances frequently stop uninitiated listeners in their tracks as the layers of guitar, bass and keyboard-like sounds coming from this one instrumentalist often seem too big to be real.

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Concert Hour – Peter Sprague

September 17 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT
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Peter Sprague, guitar/composer With his thirty-plus years as a professional musician, Peter has evolved into a musical powerhouse, having produced and/or played on over 300 recordings. He has published eleven songbooks of his own music. Peter conducts the majority of his endeavors in Southern California, staying close to his family, and where he is, without dispute, San Diego’s premier jazz talent. He has won numerous awards for his artistry including Best Jazz Artist for San Diego. He has worked with some of the greats: Dianna Reeves, Chick Corea, Al Jarreau, David Benoit, Billy Childs, and many others too numerous to count.

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The Weller/Soto Quartet

September 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT
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"The Weller/Soto Quartet exploded onto the local jazz scene in November of 2019 with an electrifying debut performance at Dizzy’s Jazz Club in San Diego. Multi-generational, multi-ethnic, and multi-gender - the Weller/Soto Quartet is as diverse as they come. It is largely thanks to this diversity of spirit and life experience that the quartet has cultivated a musical identity that is uniquely their own. Consisting of jazz great Bob Weller on piano, emerging tenor saxophonist Dylan Soto, stalwart bassist Kyle Bayquen, and drum phenom Joannah Sy, the Weller/Soto Quartet is the perfect marriage of four unique voices to create one unforgettable musical presence. Although their journey together has only just begun, the future holds nothing but promise for the most thrilling new addition to the San Diego jazz scene."

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October 2020

Meschiya Lake And The Little Big Horns

October 1 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT
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Clinton Davis is an old-time folk musician based in San Diego. A fifth-generation Kentuckian, Davis grew up in Carroll County with faint residues of old time music lingering in the air and in his family’s past. He currently performs on guitar, banjo, fiddle, harmonica, mandolin, and piano. Experience this exciting Zoom performance from Palomar Performing Arts.

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Too Much Memory

October 2 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT
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With her country shattered and her dead brother left in the street to rot, Antigone fights the power of the state to demand respect for her brother’s dignity. This adaptation combines the universal qualities of Greek Tragedy with contemporary context, language and aesthetics. Too Much Memory gets to the heart of issues that have challenged democracy since its inception. What are the rights of citizens when leadership responds to National tragedy with divisive and brutal authority? What are the consequences when governments are unwilling to admit mistakes or compromise? How can governments balance power with compassion?

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Too Much Memory

October 3 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT
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With her country shattered and her dead brother left in the street to rot, Antigone fights the power of the state to demand respect for her brother’s dignity. This adaptation combines the universal qualities of Greek Tragedy with contemporary context, language and aesthetics. Too Much Memory gets to the heart of issues that have challenged democracy since its inception. What are the rights of citizens when leadership responds to National tragedy with divisive and brutal authority? What are the consequences when governments are unwilling to admit mistakes or compromise? How can governments balance power with compassion?

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Too Much Memory

October 4 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm PDT
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With her country shattered and her dead brother left in the street to rot, Antigone fights the power of the state to demand respect for her brother’s dignity. This adaptation combines the universal qualities of Greek Tragedy with contemporary context, language and aesthetics. Too Much Memory gets to the heart of issues that have challenged democracy since its inception. What are the rights of citizens when leadership responds to National tragedy with divisive and brutal authority? What are the consequences when governments are unwilling to admit mistakes or compromise? How can governments balance power with compassion?

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Too Much Memory

October 9 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT
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With her country shattered and her dead brother left in the street to rot, Antigone fights the power of the state to demand respect for her brother’s dignity. This adaptation combines the universal qualities of Greek Tragedy with contemporary context, language and aesthetics. Too Much Memory gets to the heart of issues that have challenged democracy since its inception. What are the rights of citizens when leadership responds to National tragedy with divisive and brutal authority? What are the consequences when governments are unwilling to admit mistakes or compromise? How can governments balance power with compassion?

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Too Much Memory

October 10 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT
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With her country shattered and her dead brother left in the street to rot, Antigone fights the power of the state to demand respect for her brother’s dignity. This adaptation combines the universal qualities of Greek Tragedy with contemporary context, language and aesthetics. Too Much Memory gets to the heart of issues that have challenged democracy since its inception. What are the rights of citizens when leadership responds to National tragedy with divisive and brutal authority? What are the consequences when governments are unwilling to admit mistakes or compromise? How can governments balance power with compassion?

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Too Much Memory

October 11 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT
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With her country shattered and her dead brother left in the street to rot, Antigone fights the power of the state to demand respect for her brother’s dignity. This adaptation combines the universal qualities of Greek Tragedy with contemporary context, language and aesthetics. Too Much Memory gets to the heart of issues that have challenged democracy since its inception. What are the rights of citizens when leadership responds to National tragedy with divisive and brutal authority? What are the consequences when governments are unwilling to admit mistakes or compromise? How can governments balance power with compassion?

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Too Much Memory

October 12 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm PDT
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With her country shattered and her dead brother left in the street to rot, Antigone fights the power of the state to demand respect for her brother’s dignity. This adaptation combines the universal qualities of Greek Tragedy with contemporary context, language and aesthetics. Too Much Memory gets to the heart of issues that have challenged democracy since its inception. What are the rights of citizens when leadership responds to National tragedy with divisive and brutal authority? What are the consequences when governments are unwilling to admit mistakes or compromise? How can governments balance power with compassion?

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Kyle Motl – Concert Hour

October 15 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT
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Kyle Motl is a bassist, composer, and improviser dedicated to the performance of creative music. He frequently gives solo contrabass concerts, described as providing a “wide range of wonderful protean delights that promise to change us by revealing things we could never have imagined” (Free Jazz Collective). Kyle’s work across the fields of composed and improvised music has been documented across numerous records and tours in various configurations. Treesearch, his duo with violinist Keir GoGwilt has been praised for its…

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JAZZ ENSEMBLE CONCERTS SERIES

October 16 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT
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Experience the thrilling big band sounds of the Palomar College Day and Night Jazz Ensembles with vibrant rhythms and melodies – both old and new – brought to life here on Zoom. Mark your calendar and plan to be a part of a concert series everyone will love!

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UNDER THE SEAS “A CELEBRATION OF WATER”

October 17 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT
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Set sail with the Palomar/Pacific Coast Concert Band on deep-sea journey into the fourth element. Dive into the deep, blue, beyond with maritime musical selections inspired by an exploration into the mystery of underwater unknown.

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FOCUS ON BAROQUE PART I and II

October 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT
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One event on December 13, 2020 at 2:00 pm

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Join Palomar Symphony Orchestra & Palomar Contemporary Dance Ensemble Instructors in a lively evening of discussion and performances including music, fashion, and dance from the and contributions of the Baroque Era, including lively performances and engaging commentary. Come join this joyous fete

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Kokowanda Bay with Ruth and Amelia

October 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT
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Ruth and Emilia are a mother/daughter kids music duo who rock! Their albums and interactive shows, The Spaceship That Fell in My Backyard, and Kokowanda Bay promote acceptance of others, being the best you can be, caring for the environment, and making the world a better place. Both Ruth and Emilia are classically trained musicians and work as music educators in their communities in addition to concertizing throughout the U.S. and abroad.

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November 2020

Michael Munson – Concert Hour

November 5 @ 1:00 am - 2:00 pm PST
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Dr. Michael D. Munson earned his Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Accompanying and Chamber Music from the Eastman School of Music in 1992. He is the organist of the First United Methodist Church of Escondido, a Life Member of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) and a former Dean of the Palomar Chapter of the AGO. He has concertized in Southern California, the eastern United States, and Europe. He has also given three concerts at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion…

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Palomar Choral Music Series

November 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm PST
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One event on December 16, 2020 at 7:00 pm

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The Palomar College Chamber Singers and Palomar Chorale invite you to join us for the release of two virtual choir performances, with introductions by Palomar’s Director of Choral and Vocal Studies, John K. Russell. Dr. Russell will talk about the process of creating choral music in the virtual environment, how the choirs at Palomar are adapting to singing remotely, and speak about each of the works chosen for this performance.  The two compositions, recorded by the Chamber Singers for this concert are Madelena Casulana’s beautiful Madrigal Morir non può il mio cuore (My heart cannot die) and Carlos Simon’s setting of Sanctus. 

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John K. Russell – Concert Hour

November 12 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PST
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John K. Russell, DMA is the Director of Choral and Vocal Studies at Palomar College and the Music Director of the San Diego Master Chorale. As Music Director of the SD Master Chorale, Dr. Russell conducts and coordinates all artistic activities of the chorale, which include preparing the chorus for performances with San Diego Symphony and other San Diego orchestras including the Mainly Mozart Festival Orchestra and La Jolla Symphony. At Palomar College, he conducts the Chamber Singers and the Palomar Chorale, teaches applied voice and oversees the vocal music program. In addition, he recently served on the summer conducting faculty at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey where he taught master classes in conducting for the annual Westminster Summer Choral Festival. In May 2021, he is scheduled to make his Carnegie Hall conducting debut performing Shawn Kirchner’s Songs of Ascent with the Manhattan Concert Production Masterworks Chorus and Orchestra.

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The Nathan Hubbard Trio – Concert Hour

November 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PST
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The Nathan Hubbard Trio features guitarist Grant Fisher and bassist Harley Magsino, playing music covering Hubbard hummable catchy originals, great American songbook classics, and jazz re-working of modern pop tunes. The trio performs regularly at local venues like Panama 66, Seven Grand, Dizzys San Diego, and the Handlery Hotel, as well as events ranging from Summer Fun On The 101 to the Rueben H Fleet Center gala. A performance at the Handlery Hotel was recently featured on KSDS Jazz88.3FM. Their…

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Applied Music Recital

November 20 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm PST
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Join us as we celebrate the performances of our Applied Music Program students. These students, who are all music majors, have worked very hard at their craft to prepare themselves for these performances. 

We all know you will be thrilled to watch how these future professional musicians as they grow in their craft, and support them as they go forward. 

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