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Concert to help raise money for LAVC music department

It was all about the many themes of love when the Los Angeles Valley Symphony Orchestra (LAVSO) presented “Arias, Duets and Overtures- Bonds of Love” Saturday, Oct. 15, at Los Angeles Valley College (LAVC)’s Main Stage Theatre. Artistic Director Michael H. Arshagouni, Ph.D. conducted the event, which featured world-renowned countertenor opera singer Brian Asawa, mezzo-soprano […]

Inside peek at an art professor’s life

In addition to teaching 2D design, drawing and exhibition design at Pierce College, Instructor of Arts Monika Del Bosque is also responsible for directing the college’s art gallery. Del Bosque, who was born in Virginia, graduated in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in liberal art with an emphasis in science, and got her master’s of […]

Renowned musical duo performs at Pierce

Wahid is the latest of a number of musicians and musical groups that have performed for the Pierce College Afternoon Concert Series. Wahid, which consists of Dimitris Mahlis and Chris Wabich, is a musical duo that combines melodic sounds with traditional ethnic instruments. The group performed an original five-piece set for students, faculty, and the […]

The show must go on, despite a smaller stage

Dance department students continue to rehearse for the Fall Dance Concert despite being forced to change the planned folk theme due to the smaller stage at the Temporary Performing Arts Building. Because folk dances typically use many dancers and large movements, Instructor in Theatre and Dance Marian Weiser was left no choice but to change […]

Ji Young An’s concert

Ji Young An’s concert

Ji Young An performs at the afternoon concert series in at Pierce College Thursday Oct 6, 2011. Photo: Mani Shabbooi     Bewitching melodies were floating through the air while violinist Ji Young An played as a part of the Pierce College afternoon concerts series Wednesday in room 3400. Young An was accompanied by pianist […]

Pierce’s Harvest Festival has something for everyone

This year Pierce is hosting the largest Halloween Harvest Festival in all of Southern California, now featuring an expanded six-acre corn maze. When you are at the Harvest Festival you can feel Fall coming, even in the 95 degree heat. “This is the one time of year when we raise enough [money], that we actually […]

Annual Halloween festival has tricks and treats for the whole family

With all the decorated pumpkins, haunted houses, face painting and of course candy, the Halloween festivities have definitely begun at Pierce College. The annual Halloween Harvest Festival, held at the Pierce College Farm Center was full of exciting activities Saturday, Oct. 1. There were musical, comedy and dance performances to watch, rides for the kids to enjoy, assortments of […]

Packed house at noon concert

The Pierce College afternoon concert series continued Thursday afternoon with an exquisite performance by Russian cellist Biryukov, accompanied by pianist Maksim Velichkin, in room 3400 of the Music Building. The concert began at 1 p.m. and lasted for more than an hour. Biryukov started playing music at the age of seven.  When he turned 11, he started performing internationally […]

Where to find your food on campus

Ever wonder where you can find food on campus other than at the Freudian Sip?  Below is a list of food trucks which service the campus and the locations they can be found along with their hours of operation. Larry’s Hot Lunch Monday to Thursday 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Found by the South Gym Hot Coffee […]

Thursday concerts on the Art Hill begin

At the highest elevation on the Pierce campus, with one piano and two pianists, the ears of students were filled with classical music. 4HandsLA, a duo piano performing group with Steven Vanhauwaert and Danny Holt, hosted a free performance for Concerts at Pierce Thursday. They performed 4 pieces:  Sonata in D.K. by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, […]


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