Upcoming Concerts, Fall 2006

Check out these great upcoming concerts!

  • November 16, noon: In spite of my recent graduation, I am re-joining the Cal Poly Pomona MIDI Band as electric violinist and composer/arranger! This is our free hour-long performance sampling the tunes we will be performing in our evening concert the following Monday (Nov. 20). We will be located that afternoon in the University Theater Breezeway right next to the Music Department, on the campus of Cal Poly Pomona. Admission: free!
  • November 16, 5pm: Chamber of Commerce Mixer at the Claremont Community School of Music. While there will be lots of performances on stage in the Recital Hall by faculty and students, I have the unique privilege of providing the outdoor and hallway entertainment as the “roving violinist”! You may contact the school for more information.
  • November 20, 8pm: The full-blown evening concert of the Cal Poly MIDI Band! We’ll be featuring several of my arrangements I’ve done for them through the years, including Theme from X-Files by DJ Dado and Beautiful Life by Ace of Base, plus others of our popular hits. Located in the Music Recital Hall on the campus of Cal Poly Pomona. Admission: $7.
  • December 10, time TBA: The Academy of Music’s Winter Student Recital. Come hear our students perform! Some notable performances include Marissa John performing Seitz’s Concerto No. 5, and Daniel Chang performing Vivaldi’s Concerto in A Minor. Located on the campus of the Claremont Colleges in the Scripp’s Balch Auditorium. Admission: free!
  • December 17, 6pm: Annual Christmas Concert, Midcities Baptist Westminster Church. As in past years, I have been invited to join the church’s orchestra in accompanying the choir for this Christmas Celebration. Admission: free!
  • December 24, 10pm(?): Annual Christmas service at St. Rita’s Roman Catholic Church in Sierra Madre. A very formal and lovely celebration with choir and orchestra! Admission: free!

Enjoy music, enjoy life! 8)

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