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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...
  • Small kids, big voices

    Small kids, big voices
    The students arrived one by one to Glendale’s First United Methodist Church Thursday, where conductor Matt Catingub greeted them from a piano bench in the fellowship hall. It was the last round of auditions for the Glendale Pops Orchestra’s...
  • Bluegrass legend to play in Burbank

    Mandolinist-guitarist-vocalist Roland White’s performance Tuesday night at Viva Cantina not only marks a homecoming for the onetime Burbank resident, but also a rare local opportunity to see a performer whose experience in traditional and...
  • Dottie Grossman: 'A lot of bang for your buck'

    Dottie Grossman: 'A lot of bang for your buck'
    For more than 20 years, a familiar sight at new music and experimental performances all over Southern California was a squat older woman who moved laboriously on a cane or a walker. She would have been loath to claim it, but the late Dottie Grossman...
  • Theater becomes family tradition

    Theater becomes family tradition
    Generations of actors keep coming back to Glendale's Stepping Stone Players. One of them is veteran actor and director Allan Hunt, who first performed with the group in the role of Harold Hill in “The Music Man” in 2005, directed “...
  • On Education: Happily lost in Yonkers' lessons

    For some, returning to middle school might seem like the plot of an especially corny B-grade horror flick. Oversized backpacks and the seventh-grade sex-ed teacher serving as supporting characters, of course. Yet there I was, wedged in the trumpet...
  • Family-operated Pedrini Music can find you anything

    Family-operated Pedrini Music can find you anything
    “Your neighborhood music boutique since 1946,” reads the business card for Pedrini Music, which moved to its present location on Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta in 1997. Founded by Bruno Pedrini in Glendale in 1946, the original store was...
  • Community: Student musicians jazz up a spring luncheon

    Community: Student musicians jazz up a spring luncheon
    Four Hoover High School musicians entertained members and guests of the Glendale Committee for the Los Angeles Philharmonic during the annual spring luncheon on May 11 at the Oakmont Country Club. Member Lucile Leard introduced the students —...
  • Greg Poree will be groovin' for a good cause

    Greg Poree will be groovin' for a good cause
    If you leave a phone message for guitarist/composer/arranger Greg Porée on a Monday or Tuesday, don't be surprised if you have to wait for a return call. Those days are taken up with providing the musical direction to a little enterprise called “...
  • Miles Mosley headlines with the Glendale Pops Orchestra at the Alex Theatre

    Miles Mosley headlines with the Glendale Pops Orchestra at the Alex Theatre
    Glendale Pops subscribers probably don’t know the name or music of 30-year-old Miles Mosley, a bassist and composer who headlines Saturday with the Glendale Pops Orchestra at the Alex Theatre. The pairing is a departure for a series more likely to...
  • A virtuoso orchestrates a miracle

    A virtuoso orchestrates a miracle
    One of the more quixotic ventures in the current economic climate would be to start an orchestra in Southern California. It's a sure recipe for financial suicide. Yet that's just what cello soloist Ruslan Biryukov did when he founded the Glendale...
  • Bandleader Mark Tortorici, a self-described 'live-music junkie,' keeps local Burbank hot spot jumpin'

    Bandleader Mark Tortorici, a self-described 'live-music junkie,' keeps local Burbank hot spot jumpin'
    Bandleader-promoter Mark Tortorici is an old-school showman. For the past seven years, the sharp-dressed, sweet-talking swinger has been presenting a wild variety of live music acts at Burbank nightclub Joe's Great American Bar and Grill and packing the...