Award-winning pianist Michael Mizrahi made his Long Beach appearance to share the love of music composition.
In recent years, Korean pop music has achieved a new level of popularity in the U.S. Members of the CSULB community weighed in on why they have become part of the obsession.
As a way to involve itself with aspiring musicians, Ensemble Mik Nawooj will be allowing CSULB students to join part of its Nov. 8 show at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center.
Three familiar drum beats pierced through the buzz of the audience as Daniel Caesar strolled onto stage in the Walter Pyramid and went straight to the microphone to begin his harmonic serenade of “Japanese Denim,” one of the R&B singer’s most popular tracks. The Toronto born artist’s romantic melodies reverberated[Read More…]
About 100 students filled the dark auditorium to listen to the rising “bedroom pop” artists Katzù Oso, undercard and Yeek, the headliner, with 22 West DJs coordinating the event. Associated Students Inc.’s 22 West Media brought SoundCloud talent to the stage at its free “A Night at the Union” concert[Read More…]
Grammy winning R&B artist Daniel Caesar is coming to Long Beach state next month. Associated Students Inc. announced Sunday that Caesar will be performing at the Walter Pyramid for the Big Event this year. “We want to bring the best artists and the ones that Long Beach deserves the most[Read More…]
Audiences’ and musicians’ heads bobbed as their feet tapped and hands clapped to the rhythm of the Studio Jazz Band and Concert Jazz Orchestra Sunday in the Gerald R. Daniel Recital Hall. Both award-winning ensembles performed their second and final concert of the semester with a program that featured contemporary[Read More…]