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Music Industry

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  • It's hard to beat a Glendale Pops show

    To anyone who missed the Glendale Pops Orchestra's free Bossa Nova concert this past Thursday night at the Americana at Brand, I can only say one thing: Your loss! OK, maybe one more thing: Are you crazy?! The Glendale Pops, led by its talented and...
  • Performances are in the limelight at year's end

    As the academic year draws to a close, the music and dance departments at Glendale Community College stage some of their most anticipated events. Students in the various music performance programs, after a semester of learning, practicing and...
  • Marching in step with the best

    Marching in step with the best
    Equipment checks, miles-long marches, 5 a.m. roll calls — training has begun for New Year's Day activities in Pasadena, and it's not just the football teams that are being put through the paces. Five Glendale Unified student musicians this year...
  • A devil of a good time

    A devil of a good time
    Actor Max McLean has been working like the devil for years. More precisely, he has been portraying a senior demon, Screwtape, in the vast bureaucracy of the Devil, in the two-person show, "The Screwtape Letters," which will be presented at 4 and 8 p.m....
  • The percussive sounds of e-waste

    The sound of computer monitors thumping into large cardboard bins was music to the ears of Hoover High School band members Saturday, as the school's music program held its first e-waste recycling event. Students, instructor Martin Rhees and booster...
  • Pops rocks the house

    At last, Glendale has a pops orchestra with a tenured music director/conductor who can pull top names to headline concerts. And he sings beautifully too! Matt Catingub and the Glendale Pops Orchestra had their debut concert “The Premiere”...
  • Do Shakespeare and they will come

    Do Shakespeare and they will come
    Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy will morph from a school campus to a wonderland of nighttime revelry, theater, art and music as the annual La Caņada Flintridge Shakespeare Festival kicks off its second season there starting June 24. The festival,...
  • Music composers find whole new 'game' in industry

    As the demand for mobile gaming increases, music composers have found themselves questioning how their roles will change with technology. Will computers one day replace the need for a human’s touch to add thrill or emotion to a character’s...
  • The industry's best-kept secret

    The industry's best-kept secret
    Win six Grammys and get nominated for a seventh. Add three Emmys to the pile. You’d think that would make you a household name. The name is Kevin Charles Brandon (aka Brandino). Have you heard of him? Neither have most of the people with whom he...
  • A classical performance

    A classical performance
    For almost three hours, members of the Armenian community sat transfixed as they heard two of their countrymen, violinist Khachik Babayan and pianist Serouj Kradjian, perform a rich and colorful execution of classical compositions Sunday evening at the...
  • Music scholarship competition offered

    Auditions for the 64th annual music scholarship competition, sponsored by the Pasadena Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, will be held April 2 at Los Angeles Valley College, 5800 Fulton Ave., Van Nuys. Auditions for the awards are open to music...
  • Philharmonic astounding in opener

     Philharmonic astounding in opener
    The Glendale Philharmonic opened its second season with a spectacular performance Sunday evening at the First Baptist Church of Glendale. The musicianship, conducting, acoustics and intimacy of the concert were all of the highest order and provided a...