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A professor with an aGENDa for Pierce

While at the age of 15 and already taking classes at Pierce College, Michael Gend was just trying to achieve his degree and find...

Pulling at each others’ strings since they were young

As he sat and strummed his guitar, the musician filled the room with emotions through the compositions he played that were based on folk...

You like jazz?

Hunched next to a 120-year-old double bass that towered over him, the musician closed his eyes and swayed to the music as his fingers...

Student body moves to the African beat

Master Drummer Dramane Kone brought an African twist to the Thursday Concert Series, which was held in the Performing Arts Department mainstage on Thursday,...

A thousand and one nights of tales

Actors jump, crawl and scramble across the stage, dodging carpets and pillows scattered across the floor. You’re in a tale of 1,001 Arabian Nights. The...

The Brendan Trio takes the stage

The violinist raises her instrument to her chin with her bow in hand, while the cellist pulls the neck of the cello closely against...

Recite the sound bite

The sounds of modern day and classical music were played on the piano, drums and string instruments in the Performing Arts Building on Thursday...

A musical wish to reach the ears of many

Tick-tock the time is near. As the end of the fall semester draws to the campus, the musical sounds of the violin and piano...

Euphonic tunes induct first concert of afternoon series

More than 30 years of tradition continues as the first of the semester’s 10 free Thursday afternoon concerts premiered in the performing arts building...

Head project manager explains revised construction plans

The Pierce College Master Plan for construction projects north of the campus Mall has been updated and the planned media arts building will be...

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