The BCCM Congratulates Jazz Studies for taking home 5 Downbeat Magazine awards this year. More info.
The Bob Cole Conservatory is now announcing auditions for Jazz Vibes Majors. More info.
The Bob Cole Conservatory’s ensembles are among the finest in the nation. Click here to go to our Youtube channel.
The Bob Cole Chamber Choir backs up the Rolling Stones at LA’s Staples Center. Watch now.
The University Symphony Orchestra and combined choruses perform the Duruflé Requiem. Watch now.
Join HOCKET for an evening of exciting and eclectic repertoire for piano four-hands and toy pianos! This program features newly commissioned works from London, New York, and Los Angeles as well as two of David Lang’s gravity pieces and Tristan Perich’s Duet.
Sarah Gibson: Aria for toy piano and pianoTristan Perich: DuetAaron Holloway-Nahum: Remember Me? (Part IV) for two toy pianosDavid Lang: gravityEmily Cooley: PhoriaDavid Lang: after gravityAlex Weiser: water hollows stoneThomas Kotcheff: death, hocket, and roll for two toy pianos.
Our opening concert will feature the 2015 Student concerto competition winner Jessica Livermore with the Bob Cole Conservatory Symphony. On the second half a composite symphony made up by movements from three very different composers representing different countries and compositional schools will be featured.
Wieniawski: Violin Concerto No. 2 in D Minor, Op. 22—Jessica Livermore, violinMahler: Bedächtig (mvt. 1) from Symphony No. 4Rachmaninoff: Adagio from Symphony No. 2, Op. 27Ginastera: Estancia Suite
The 2015-16 Bob Cole Faculty Artist Series opens with a recital of works by Carolyn Bremer, Director of the conservatory. Repertoire includes compositions from the last twenty years. It features the Bob Cole Chamber Choir performing The Other Shore, composed in memory of Dr. Michael Carney, former Director of Percussion at CSULB. This compelling work is about how a deep understanding of impermanence can bring peace and healing. Current Director of Percussion, Ted Atkatz, joins the choir performing on vibraphone. A brass quintet, a set of feminist songs for soprano and piano (texts by poet Judy Grahn, internationally known as a poet, writer, and cultural theorist), and a Tibetan singing bowls prequel to The Other Shore round out the concert.