Pomona College’s Department of Music announces its fall 2020 concert season featuring a collection of virtual concerts and a new Saturday afternoon radio program in collaboration with the college’s radio station, KSPC 88.7FM.
The murder of George Floyd has brought longstanding societal patterns of prejudice, hatred, and injustice into unflinching focus.
The Mojave Trio to perform a program of classical and contemporary piano trios in Bridges Hall of Music, Sunday, Feb. 23 at 3 p.m.
The first Friday and Sunday in November sees two chamber concerts, which share stories of human struggle and triumph, filling Bridges Hall of Music in two programs of varied musical offerings.
Award-winning Belgian vocal ensemble Vox Luminis—acclaimed for their “profound, rewarding, and intoxicating” performances (Gramophone)—performs The Bach Dynasty - 100 Years of Motets.
The Music Department announces the Fall 2019 Concert Season with free concerts by world renowned guest artists, acclaimed faculty performers and stellar students to run from September through December!
Professor Gwendolyn Lytle passed away the morning of Thursday, Aug. 22, at her Claremont home after a battle with cancer.
The Pomona College Glee Club 2019 tour takes the classical chamber music ensemble to New York, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C. and Virginia for a series of concerts featuring English and French a cappella selections.
Two weekends of concerts by stellar performers. The first, Christine Brandes and Eric Moe perform music from 1828 to 2017. The following, celebrates composer George Crumb’s 90th birthday with a program of his music.
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