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Friday, November 27, 2020

Preview: Thursday Concert

The Thursday concert series is returning to Pierce College this Fall with a structured approach. 

A lineup of unique performances by instructors from the Music department are scheduled to make way to the stage. 

Doors are open to everyone, every Thursday at 12:45 p.m. at the Performing Arts Building Mainstage (PAB). Various genres will be performed every week, therefore, each week will be different.

Charlotte Betry, former Pierce student and current Music department faculty, will be performing at the next concert on Sept. 26. She regularly plays the piccolo with the La Canada Orchestra and Flute/Piccolo with the Afro-American Chamber Music Orchestra, OC Winds and Flute Sonic Orchestra to name a few. Apart from playing flute and piccolo, Betry teaches classes to various age groups apart from Pierce.

Playing the guitar being his talent Dr. Hugo Nogueira will be performing on Oct. 3 at the Thursday concert series. Currently being part of the Music department faculty, he has performed in many different states in the United States.

Everyone joining in these performances will get the chance to enjoy various music and collaborations. Some interactive performances as well, where audience get to go on stage and perform with the musicians.

Oct. 31 is the joint faculty recital, where all music faculty gets together to perform on one stage.

Applied music program recitals will be happening on Nov. 7, Nov. 21 and Dec. 5, where Pierce students will perform. Nov. 14 will also be a student recital.

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