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CSUN hosts ‘The Marriage of Figaro’

John Hernandez January 31, 2019

Guests filled the gray cushioned chairs of Plaza Del Sol this weekend to watch Center Stage Opera perform Pierre-Augustin Beaumarchais 1784 comedic play-turned-opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, "The Marriage...

professor conducting the orchestra

(Photo Story) Opera program prepares for fall production

Clare Calzada November 9, 2018

Every year, CSUN's opera program puts on two theatrical productions through the collaboration of the Theatre and Music Department. This semester, under the stage direction of Ray Saar and the new musical...

CSUN orchestra performs

“Sinfonia Breve” makes its world premiere with the CSUN Symphony

Ryan Mancini September 30, 2016

The music department presented the CSUN symphony orchestra, conducted by Dr. John Roscigno, in the Plaza Del Sol Performance Hall Thursday evening.The performance began with the flowing sounds of "A Letter...

CSUN's state-of-the-art Valley Performing Arts Center is a cultural center for the San Fernando Valley. The Sundial / File Photo.

Free LA Opera choral production to be held at VPAC

Jennifer Luxton April 11, 2014

Two free concerts performed by the LA Opera Chorus will be held Sunday afternoon at the Valley Performing Arts Center. Featuring highlights from "Madame Butterfly" and "Carmen," the set will be conducted...

'String Theory' transforms Flyaway into music spectacle

‘String Theory’ transforms Flyaway into music spectacle

Terese Torgersen September 24, 2012

At most concerts the audience enjoy the music while the artists are doing the work. This was not the case at String Theory’s “Composition of Sound + Space” performance at the Van Nuys FlyAway...

‘Street Scene’ the Broadway opera

Aubrey Canfield October 29, 2009

What can you do when the air is so hot that the milk is going sour and you live in an overcrowded apartment with tenants who are stricken with poverty, alcoholics or worse, murderers? Kurt Weill’s...

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