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Award-winning AlmaNova Duo at South Pasadena Public Library’s Restoration Concerts

The award-winning AlmaNova, an innovative flute and guitar duo, will present an eclectic program of chamber music in the Community Room of the South Pasadena Public Library. The duo will present: Andante & Scherzo from Opus 85 – M. Giuliani, Entr’acte – J. Ibert; Two Movements from Histoire du Tango – A. Piazzolla, Asturias – I. Albeniz, and Original Compositions – A. Imamovic. Flutist Jessica…

Pasadena Boys & Girls Club Members Enter National Photography Contest

Six members of the Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena will vie for national honors in photography through the Club’s ImageMakers program. Their winning photographs, chosen during the Club’s fourth annual ImageMakers Exhibit and Contest,…

Angeles Chorale Celebrates 40th with Performance of Dvorak’s Stabat Mater

If John Sutton, Artistic Director of the Angeles Chorale, were asked which facet of Antonin Dvorak’s masterwork, Stabat Mater, resonated within him more – the composition’s beauty or the moving human story behind it –…

Expanding on an Expansive Subject to Continue with Works by John Knuth

Part five of the nine part painting series Expanding on an expansive subject continues with an exhibition by John Knuth entitled Desert Dispersion. In this exhibition, Knuth creates a new series of performative paintings using…

Caltech Professors Awarded 2015 Sloan Fellowships

(Left to right): Viviana Gradinaru, Mitchell Guttman, Xinwen Zhu, Heather Knutson, and Gregg Hallinan. Photo courtesy CALTECH Five Caltech faculty members have been named among the 2015 class of Sloan Research Fellows. The fellowships, awarded…

Monday, March 02

Love in All Art Forms Showcased in New Folk Tree Exhibition

From left: Jorge Bernal’s “Love?”, Shari Beaubien’s “All In” and Michele Varonese’s “The Unfastened Heart.” Photo courtesy of the Folk Tree Love comes in all…

Thursday, March 05

Downstairs at the Mansion: Eva Fenyes and Her Staff

Fenyes Servants waiting to welcome President Taft on his visit to Pasadena in 1909. Main Photo Collection, PHS13-25. Join Sheryl Peters, educator, researcher, and PMH…

Saturday, March 07

Mel Brooks’ “Young Frankenstein” Opens in PCC’s Sexson Auditorium

Young Frankenstein is alive and doing well, thank you very much. The classic horror film genre’s most iconic monster – neck bolts and all –…

Sunday, March 08

The Shakespeare Club Kick-off “Nunsense: The Mega-Musical Version” Benefit Production

Pictured from left to Right: Barbara Sakuma, Club President; Peggy Schmid, Club/Cast Member; Lina Palomo, Club/Cast Member; Pat Huffman, Club Vice-President/Benefit Chair; Rikki Lugo, Director/Choreographer;…

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The Caltech-Occidental Symphony Presents its Winter Concert

The Caltech-Occidental Symphony, directed by Allen Robert Gross, featuring David Asher Brown as guest conductor and pianist Jonathan Liu presents its winter concert. These events will take place on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. in Thorne Hall at Occidental College and on Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 3:30 p.m. in Ramo Auditorium at Caltech. Both concerts will have the same program. Music will include David Asher Brown’s Voyager, Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G Major, and Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95 (“From the New World”). Voyager, composed in 2014, is a musical tone poem that…

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