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Weekly Thursday Concerts in the Music Building

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) students performed a violin concert Thursday in the Arts Center at Pierce College.   Every Thursday at 12:45 p.m. since the beginning of March there have been free concerts in the Music Building in classroom 3400.   “We don’t do all of the concerts but we have the opportunity […]

String showcase performs for weekly free concert series

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) students performed their String Showcase as part of the free weekly concerts Thursday, in the Arts Center at Pierce College.   “Some friends told me about it so I thought I’d come check it out. I had some free time,” 20-year-old Criminal Justice major Nino Linao said.   The […]

The Classical side of Pierce

 High up in the Art Center on campus resides the meeting place for the Pierce College Student Orchestra, a class of experienced musicians being conducted and instructed under the wing of Professor James Domine.   In MUSC 3400, the orchestra meets every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. to sharpen their skills and communicate about—well, the musical […]

Media Arts screens “The Welcome”

On March 21, the Media Arts Department will screen “The Welcome”, a documentary about veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder attending a five-day retreat and finding healing through poetry.   The film was made by the husband and wife duo Kim Shelton and Bill McMillan. Shelton directed and produced, while McMillan, a psychotherapist also produced. Karin […]

35th annual Photo Salon winners announced

The 35th annual Photo Salon Awards winners were announced Thursday night during the ceremony held at the Pierce College Art Gallery. “Metamorphosis,” Erin Stone’s personal piece that graced 2011’s Spring/Summer issue of The Bull, won the Best in Show award. “I’m just grateful,” said Stone, 28. “It feels very good when people recognize something that […]

Philharmonic Choir hosts silent auction

The Pierce College Philharmonic Choir hosted the Annual Silent Auction, Saturday in the Great Hall to raise funds for the orchestra to play at California State University of Northridge (CSUN).   The San Fernando Valley Master Chorale had performers sing throughout the night to keep the bidders entertained as they ate their dinners provided by […]

Percussionist brings international sounds to Pierce

Percussionist Brad Dutz, is more than just a part-time faculty member at California State University Long Beach. He has played along side artists including Alanis Morrisette, Kiss, Willie Nelson and LeAnn Rimes. Dutz treated the ears of Pierce students to a variety of international instruments from different cultures in the Music3400 building’s weekly Thursdays afternoon […]

Choir to host annual cabaret and auction

The Pierce College Philharmonic Choir will be hosting their annual Cabaret and Silent Auction Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in the Great Hall.   The event is open to everyone.   The event will consist of a sit-down dinner catered by Stonefire Grill and a cabaret show at 6:30 p.m., to be followed by a silent […]

Students enter to win at the 1st annual photo awards ceremony

The photographers of the 29 photographs that adorn the white walls of the Pierce Gallery will soon discover if their hard work has earned them an award, during the 1st Photo Salon Awards Ceremony on Thursday, March 8 at 7 P.M. in Art3301.   Jill Connelly, chair of the Media Arts Department, was part of […]

Cast ready to perform “The Exonerated”

Cast ready to perform “The Exonerated”

Pierce College’s Theater Department will be showing “The Exonerated” beginning March 23 in the Temporary Performing Arts Center.   The play is a drama based on the true story of six people sentenced to death for crimes they did not commit, and only freed years later. The award-winning drama was written by Eric Jensen and […]


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