Students from the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music share how they are performing their junior and senior recitals amid the coronavirus pandemic, changing this once in-person performance into a pre-recorded experience.
‘I want to be honest about who I am’: Artist Joey Nazariego discusses music inspiration and collaboration with peers
Jazz performance major Joey Nazariego explains how their identity ties into the music they create and how they are aided by peers and fellow musicians Brandon Muhawi and Eric Bell.
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.
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…]
Because of its early and unexpected release, Kendrick Lamar’s album “To Pimp a Butterfly” is the drop that needs to be heard around the world. Alongside rap and vocals, Lamar’s third album “To Pimp a Butterfly” not only embodies his poetic street-style of storytelling but also embraces experimental elements of[Read More…]