The Bob Cole Conservatory presents a special Bands 60th Anniversary concert featuring Jay Mason, saxophone. More info.
The Bob Cole Conservatory Symphony and Combined Choirs present Celebrating Music 2015. 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.
The BCCM Collegium Musicum, under the direction of Mark Alpizar, will perform works by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, John Dowland, Joseph Bologne, Henry Purcell, Franz Krommer and Adrien Boieldieu.
The University String Quartet presents its Spring recital, performing a selection of works from the ensemble’s favorite repertoire. Dedicated to “the victims of fascism and war,” Shostakovich’s String Quartet Number 8 is an intensely personal outpouring of expression from the Russian composer, and arguably his most popular string quartet. French impressionist composer, Maurice Ravel’s, only contribution to the string quartet repertoire is his String Quartet in F Major. An homage to things of the past, the work draws inspiration from the Classical era in form, texture and style.
Listen to the Conservatory’s finest chamber ensemble perform brass quintet music from across six centuries. Includes music by Giaccomo Puccini, Duke Ellington, John Cheetham and others. All students with valid ID are invited to listen for FREE! Parents and other Brass at the Beach supporters are $10. Harry Ostrander and Evan Walsh, trumpets; Christian Siqueiros, Horn; Tyler McGeough, Trombone; and Prichard Pearce, Tuba. Directed by Steve Trapani.