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Masquerade Dance will take place on Thursday

The Associated Student Organization of Pierce College is throwing a Masquerade Dance at the Great Hall this Thursday, April 17 from 7 – 10 p.m. free of charge. Iqra Hamid, committee chair, is looking forward to having students show up to the event on campus and socialize with one another, as she remembered how it […]

Students sing to raise funds for classes

Pierce students sang their hearts out to raise funds for choir and music classes at the college on Saturday. Several people attended the Philharmonic Choir of Pierce College event which featured a dinner and silent auction on April 12 in the Great Hall. “I usually have 16 people perform, but this time it was closer […]

Concert Review: concerts at Pierce incorporate a variety of melodies

Concert Review: concerts at Pierce incorporate a variety of melodies

Another Pierce student concert fashioned an amazing show in the musical recital building, with a variety of cover songs and even a few originals cultivated by the school’s very own student body on Thursday afternoon, April 3. Music Adjunct Professor James Bergman hosted the weekly Concerts at Pierce event, with eight different acts performing everything from […]

Following the beat of his heart

What do the guitar, harmonica, piano, Irish tin whistle, and panpipes all have in common? They are all played by 18-year-old Jacob “Zuko” Billings, a Pierce College student and musician. “I play the guitar the best and I am pretty good at the piano. I mostly play the Irish tin whistle and panpipes at home,” […]

A health-y performance

Diane Rose Kelly performed 13 songs of her upcoming album entitled, “Avalon Rose”, for family and friends Thursday night at the Guitar Merchant in Canoga Park. Kelly is a musician in the making with her music consisting of pop rock with a bit of soul added to it. Before the performance, the musician lightly smoked […]

Opera singer discovered on campus

Who knew Pierce College had their own Enrico Caruso on campus? Juan Rodriguez, lead painter at Pierce, has been working for the college campus for about 10 years and is modest and discrete about his hidden talent of being an opera singer. With a strong voice that has sent chills up many peoples’ spines, Rodriguez […]

Pierce choir prepares for winter concert

Pierce choir prepares for winter concert

    As the holiday season slowly approaches and people prepare to tune their environments to match the universal mood of celebration, the choir staff at Pierce College anticipates success in their own embellishing of the students’ voices– tuning them up to perform at the upcoming holiday concert.   “We are instruments of peace and […]

Pierce students excited about Coachella

All across Pierce College, students are eager to attend Coachella, a music and arts festival annually held in Indio, Calif. at the Indio California Empire Polo Club.   “I’m excited for all of it,” said Ryan Morris, 18, a political science major, who plans on attending.   Daniel Bolves, 18, a history major at Pierce, […]

LA Winds search for a home

Room 3401 is no ordinary classroom on Monday nights.   Every Monday, the room is filled with chairs and music stands instead of desks, and the students are musicians who have found themselves without a space to play due to construction on campus.   The sounds of F sharps and D flats can be heard […]

Wahid performs at noon concert

Students packed the music department’s recital hall to see the duo Wahid perform original songs. Artists Dimitris Mahlis and Chris Wabich who comprise the duo Wahid, performed an original five piece set for students, faculty, and the public. Wahid, which means “one” in Arabic, have been performing together for 15 years, and said they believe it’s […]

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