Beth Peregrine Sings with Golden Bridge Consort

Alumnus Beth Peregrine will join the Golden Bridge Consort, under conductor Suzi Digby OBE, for the ensemble’s second concert, September 19th at 8PM. This years ensemble features 16 singers and will feature newly commissioned pieces from both Stephen Hartke and Bill Cunliffe (two time Grammy award winning jazz pianist and composer).

Johannes Müeller-Stosch conducts in Holland, Michigan

Dr. Johannes Müeller-Stosch will be conducting the Michigan premiere of Dreamtime Ancestors for Orchestra by Christopher Theofanidis with the Holland Symphony. The Holland Symphony’s season was featured in an article in the Holland Sentinel.

Bob Cole alumnus Solomon Liang will perform Korngold’s Violin Concerto with the orchestra in September. Since being named Music Director and Conductor of the Holland Symphony, Johannes Müller-Stosch has brought unprecedented growth in size and quality of performances as well as record numbers of season subscriptions.

Elliot Deutsch Works with John Clayton

Alumnus Elliot Deutsch has been working with John Clayton, writing music for the Kennedy Center Spring Gala “It Don’t Mean a Thing… A Celebration of Swing.”  The concert is on May 3rd and will feature Audra McDonald, Megan Hilty, Cheyenne Jackson, Terence Blanchard, Paquito D’Rivera, The Puppini Sisters, and Paul Taylor Dance, and is under the direction of John Clayton.

Benton-Thomas Preciado at United Negro College Masked Ball

Benton-Thomas Preciado performed at the United Negro College Fund Mayor’s Masked Ball hosted by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel.

The Ball is one of the Los Angeles’ signature fundraising gala and premier social events of the year. UNCF recognizes the extraordinary work of corporations and individual who have made significant contributions to UNCF’s work to improve the educational outcomes of African American and other minority students who deserve a quality, affordable college education.

Beth Peregrine in Performance with LAMC and LACO

Senior Beth Peregrine was one of 32 singers from the Los Angeles Master Chorale invited to perform as a part of a collaboration between Maestro Jeffrey Kahane  and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.”Jeffrey Kahane explores the chilling mystery and score of the incomparable masterpiece Mozart wrote on his deathbed. After intermission, Kahane conducts Robert Levin’s innovative completion of this heart-wrenching work with soloists, full orchestra and the powerful Los Angeles Master Chorale.”

Justin Hageman in Performance

Horn Instructor Justin Hageman played with Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga in their post-Grammy concert at the Wiltern Theater. His recent recording projects include the upcoming movie, Run All Night, and TV shows, Family Guy, American Dad, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter.