Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Pasadena Presbyterian Church’

  • Page 1 of 2
  • 1
  • 2
  • >

Zhena Folk Chorus

Zhena Folk Chorus
TumblrEmailOther Share Options

A Zhena concert is a complete village experience… Zhena means “woman” or “wife” in Slavic languages and these women of Zhena, based out of San Pedro, have dedicated themselves to preserving and presenting the folk songs of Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine. Story-like narratives and colorful authentic costumes are […]

Eclectic Organ

Eclectic Organ

Sometimes we wonder how people can manage to do and be so many things within the constraints of a lifetime, let alone a 24-hour day. Organist Timothy Howard will be giving a free “eclectic recital of music from five centuries” on Saturday, March 15th, at Pasadena Presbyterian Church. He will be assisted by guest artists […]

Crafts, Cookies & Cocoa

Crafts, Cookies & Cocoa

Pasadena Presbyterian Church is welcoming those of all ages to “come celebrate the customs of Christmas.” There will be holiday crafts to create, cocoa to sip, and cookies to enjoy. Christmas Crafts, Cookies & Cocoa Saturday, Dec. 7th, 2-5 p.m. Pasadena Presbyterian Church, Parish House 007, 585 E. Colorado Blvd. PPC on Facebook, or call […]

“Ring In” the Holiday Season

“Ring In” the Holiday Season

What better way to start the holiday season than with festive songs sung by the marvelous Los Angeles Children’s Choir? A silent auction that will benefit Friends in Deed and the concert will be held in the beautiful chapel of San Marino Community Church this Thursday, November 14th. The mission of Friends In Deed is to alleviate […]

Secular Solos, Duos, & Ensembles

Secular Solos, Duos, & Ensembles

Bizet, Offenbach, Puccini, and Verdi. Songs by Samuel Barber, Gerald Finzi, and Charles Ives. Folks songs, musical theatre selections, and Zarzeula arias. Pianist Paul Floyd will accompany soprano Judith Siirila, mezzo-soprano Adrian Estabrook Mora, tenor Micheal Lee Smith, and bass/baritone Michal Dawson Conner at a free concert this Saturday at Pasadena Presbyterian Church. Each of […]

Dick Van Dyke & L.A. Children’s Chorus

Dick Van Dyke & L.A. Children’s Chorus

What does Mary Poppins, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, The Magic of Lassie and Iron Man 2 have in common? All have benefited from the talent of composer Richard M. Sherman. Along with his brother Robert B., in 1965, Richard won an Academy Award for Best Music, Substantially Original Score for Mary Poppins, and he won another one […]

Playing on the Aeolian-Skinner

Playing on the Aeolian-Skinner

They have been called “beasts.” They can be bought sometimes for as little as $20,000, only to have to be moved, restored, and installed, jacking the price up several hundreds of thousands of dollars. These “complicated machines” are Aeolian-Skinner organs. For one such organ being moved from Houston to Atlanta, it took a 54-foot flatbed […]

Brass Quintet & Guitar Trio

Brass Quintet & Guitar Trio

Two trumpets, a French horn, a trombone, and a tuba. Pasadena Presbyterian Church celebrates 20 years of their Ensemble-in-Residence program with an “eclectic concert” this Saturday. The Modern Brass Quintet, consisting of Marissa Benedict and Dan Rosenboom (trumpets), Dylan Hart (horn), Steve Suminski (trombone), and Doug Tornquist (tuba) will perform in the church’s sanctuary, playing […]

Schubert’s “Winterreise”

Schubert’s “Winterreise”

They’re called “song cycles” for voice and piano. Franz Schubert composed “Winterreise” or “Winter Journeys” in 1828, a setting of 24 poems by Wilhelm Müller in two parts, each containing 12 songs about a young poet walking away, then meandering vainly, trying to leave behind a love who has found another. In “Winterreise,” Schubert raises the […]

Organist Daryl Robinson, SoCal Debut

Organist Daryl Robinson, SoCal Debut

Praised for his “innovative programming, impeccable technique, imaginative organ registrations, and unique depth of interpretative skill,” Daryl Robinson won the First Prize and the Audience Prize at the 2012 American Guild of Organists National Young Artists Competition in Organ Performance (NYACOP). “We’ve always known that Daryl was a special talent,” said Betsy Cook Weber, director […]

Fiore

Flintridge Books

Colorado Street Bridge Party

Lyd and Mo Photography

Louis Jane Studios

Homage Pasadena

Search