Tune In for the Fall Music Season


Tune In for the Fall Music Season
David Silva, center, Jose Vadi, left and Gustavo Gil perform with the Cal Poly Pomona Salsa Ensemble during University Hour in 2001.
Maggie Shih and Kazumi Yamzaki perform during a noon concert by the Cal Poly Pomona String Ensemble in the University Quad in 2002.

In the coming weeks, the Cal Poly Pomona Music department will present a series of on-campus performances featuring faculty, staff, students and guest artists from a wide range of musical genres.

Unless otherwise noted the concerts are at 8 p.m. in the university's Music Recital Hall and tickets are $7.

Special Event:

On Nov. 17, The annual Phillip Clarke Memorial Piano Scholarship Fund Raiser is directed by Nadia Shpachenko. The performance feature students, faculty and staff.

Faculty Concert:

On Nov. 15, assistant professor Peter Yates presents “The Mother Lode,” an original opera film.

Student Performances:

On Nov. 20, the Cal Poly Pomona Musical Instrument Digital Interface Ensemble will perform. Lori Huff directs.

On Nov. 21, the Cal Poly Pomona String Ensemble will stage a concert under the direction of Alan Mautner.

On Nov. 28, the Cal Poly Pomona Jazz Band and jazz faculty, directed by David Kopplin, will perform.

On Nov. 29, the Cal Poly Pomona Concert Band will play. Buddy Clements directs.

On Nov. 30, the Kellogg Chamber Singers perform with the University Concert Choir Miracles and Odd Tales. Iris Levine directs.

On Dec. 1, the Cal Poly Pomona Guitar Ensemble will stage a show. Peter Yates directs.

On Dec. 2, the Cal Poly Pomona Gospel Choir, under the direction of Bobby Laird, will perform at 7:30 p.m.

Free noontime presentations:

On Nov. 16, the Cal Poly Pomona MIDI Ensemble will perform musical instrument digital interface instruments and music under the direction of Lori Huff in the University Theatre Breezeway.

On Nov. 28, the Cal Poly Pomona Salsa Ensemble, under the direction of Gustavo Gil, will perform in the University Quad.

On Nov. 30, the Cal Poly Pomona Percussion Ensemble will stage a presentation in the Music Recital Hall Landing. Bill Schlitt directs.

For more information on these and other shows visit: http://www.class.cpp.edu/mu/events.html