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Feeling This: Blink-182’s Summer Tour Worth Seeing

Feeling This: Blink-182’s Summer Tour Worth Seeing

By Brandon HENSLEY
Come for the T-shirt launchers and flying toilet paper, stay for the rock show. That might be a worthy tag line for the ongoing North American tour headlined by arguably the biggest band in pop-punk history.
Blink-182 will wind down its tour with A Day to Remember in Southern California in late September and [...]

Music and BBQ

Music and BBQ

By Brandon HENSLEY
Come Saturday morning, the CV High School quad will be full of music, raffles, and most of all, plenty of Korean barbecue.
It’s all part of the second annual Outdoor Family Korean Barbecue luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., held at CV High to support the CV Instrumental Music Foundation.
“It’s going to be [...]

PSO and Guest Conductor Bamert Shine in Concert “Where African Inspiration Meets Mozart”

PSO and Guest Conductor Bamert Shine in Concert “Where African Inspiration Meets Mozart”

By Ted AYALA
If last year was a turbulent year for the Pasadena Symphony Orchestra (PSO) you would never have guessed it when listening to their performance on Saturday, Feb. 19 at Pasadena’s Ambassador Auditorium. Indeed, there was something almost defiant about the orchestra, under guest conductor Matthias Bamert, filling the despite a powerful rain storm. [...]

Synchromy Composers Present New Musical Works at Occidental College’s Bird Studio

Synchromy Composers Present New Musical Works at Occidental College’s Bird Studio

By Ted AYALA
Synchromy – a collective of Los Angeles area composers – presented their second concert of the season at Occidental College’s Bird Studio on Saturday night, Feb. 12. Joining Synchromy composers Daniel Gall and Jenni Brandon  were the works of their fellow Synchromy members Eric Guinivan, Jason Barabba, Vera Ivanova and Yalil Guerra. All [...]

Southwest Chamber Music Plays the Works of Xenakis and Friends at the Pasadena Armory of the Arts

Southwest Chamber Music Plays the Works of Xenakis and Friends at the Pasadena Armory of the Arts

By Ted AYALA
An expert in such arcane mathematical fields as stochastic processes, statistical mechanics, and game theory  and a notable figure in 20th century architecture: this doesn’t sound like a very likely pedigree for a composer. That this particular composer was able to marry all these and other diverse elements into a challenging, but very [...]

Reflections on the music of 2010

Reflections on the music of 2010

By Ted AYALA
Looking back over the past year, I’m amazed at the unforgettable musical experiences I’ve been able to enjoy in the area. Great music making doesn’t only exist on recordings or in far-off places. The last year has proven that world-class music-making exist right here in our area – practically in our neighborhood.
Consider how [...]


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