Buzzing with life, students piled together into the west patio of the Center of Arts on Thursday, entranced by the musical stylings of PCC’s jazz and guitar ensemble. The ensemble is made up of both music majors and non-majors who have a passion for music and performing. These student ensembles give students the opportunity to perform in front of fellow peers on campus grounds every Tuesday and Thursday from 12-1 p.m. “We do these performances as a learning opportunity for the students to perform in …
This weekend PCC’s visual, media, and performing arts dance department presented “Ensemble,” a Spring dance concert with original dance pieces from students and faculty.
The stage was full of over 30 percussion instruments as the PCC percussion ensemble made a lot of noise on Friday in the Westerbeck Recital Hall
Saturday’s performance of “Southern Harmony: Music of the American experience,” put on by the piano ensemble class in the sold out Westerbeck Recital Hall deviated from those in the past because it didn’t feature any European composers and relied solely on those penned in the states.
While the performances were not the best ever heard in Harbeson Hall over the last year, people left the “Vive le France!” piano ensemble and accompanying recital with pep in their steps.
The Jazz Antiqua Dance and Music Ensembleâ€™s performance in Harbeson Hall on Feb. 21 made both jazz dance and jazz music easy to appreciate and inclusive to an otherwise inexperienced listening audience.