Please join us for Palomar College’s the Composers Concert of Palomar College. Enjoy a wide range of stylistic approaches as each student composer is free to explore
their own compositional voice in the style of their choosing, while simultaneously being challenged to achieve excellence in their craft. Come and support your classmates and
hear the music of tomorrow, today.
With the power of melody and harmony to transport us to faraway places, the PSO presents a program that will take you far away, without leaving the Howard Brubeck Theatre! Voyage down the Moldau river with Smetana, explore Puerto Rico with Louis Gottschalk, and accompany Grieg as he sends Peer Gynt into the wide world!
Jonathan Larson's iconic Pulitzer Prize-winning musical that shaped a generation of audiences and taught us all to measure our life in love. Based loosely on Puccini's La Boheme, Rent follows a year in the life of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to survive and create in New York's Lower East Side, under the shadow of HIV/AIDS. How these young bohemians negotiate their dreams, loves and conflicts provides the narrative thread to this groundbreaking musical.
ROARING 20s - Twenty-First Century Style Palomar Comet Concert Band Directed by Heather Barclay Saturday, March 25, 2023 at 7:00 p.m. (HBT) Roaring 20's music will intermingle with 21st century… Continue Reading ROARING 20s – Twenty-First Century Style
The PSO teams up with the Palomar Choirs and local groups to present Carl Orff’s masterwork “Carmina Burana” and Ralph Vaughn Williams’ “Five Mystical Songs” in a concert that will reveal music’s power to explore life’s unknowable mysteries.
Join us for an evening of Cuban Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, and informal performances by Agogo, the Afro-Cuban and Brazilian Drum and Dance Ensemble and World Drum and Dance Students. This evening also includes and open dance floor and live music by local salsa band Kimba Light. Bring your salsa shoes! Founded and directed by Patriceann Mead. Performing Arts Center Courtyard
Invited choirs from around north county will perform in a festival setting in the Brubeck Theater at Palomar College. Dr. John Russell (Palomar College Director of Choral and Vocal Studies) will be joined by Dr. Christopher Gravis who will present clinics for each performing ensembles in this first annual event. Due to the large format of the festival, there is limited public seating. Please contact Dr. Russell at firstname.lastname@example.org for full registration details.
A beautifully impressionistic work, loosely based on the 1986 Challenger space shuttle disaster, which illuminates the hopes and dreams that fuel us to reach for the inner and outer limits of human possibility. An inspirational story of resilience that carries us to that mysterious region on the other side of grief, where loss grows wings and flies us to the light.
Building on our annual tradition of a shared spring concert, we will once again bring guest high school choruses to join us on this final program of the year.