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  • Jazz Cabaret 2010-11 Songs You Know By Heart | Whittier College
    Painter Ave Whittier CA 90608 General admission is 25 00 Seniors Students 20 For additional information directions or to purchase tickets please call 562 907 4203 or visit online www shannoncenter org 2010 Saturday November 13 8 30 p m Folk Rock Duo Chad Jeremy Remember these great songs from the British Invasion of the early 60 s Yesterday s Gone A Summer Song Willow Weep for Me They were all Top 40 hits for Chad Jeremy In total the duo had seven U S Top 40 hits throughout their career Aside from music the two made several television appearances in shows such as The Dick Van Dyke Show The Patty Duke Show Laredo and the 1960s television series of Batman Chad Jeremy have been touring since 2003 and recently celebrates 50 years of performing together Come relive those gentler days and find out what Chad Stuart and Jeremy Clyde have been up to since they first began Wednesday December 15 7 30 p m Dean Regan A Broadway Christmas Performing Broadway Standards and Christmas Songs A Broadway Christmas will put you in the holiday spirit Dean Regan a Chicago native is a multi faceted performer who has performed both on Broadway and television and also has a very active concert career both solo and with top notch vocal ensembles He is the winner of several awards such as Artist of the Year from Professional Artists Lost Angeles and a Tele Award He is also a two time Garland Award winner for his performances in Cabaret and Company He has appeared in shows and soap operas such as NYPD Blue and Secrets 2011 Sunday January 30 4 00 p m The Perfect Gentlemen The Perfect Gentlemen have been entertaining audiences since 1998 from Los Angeles to London and just about

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  • Acoustic Voices Series 2010-11 | Whittier College
    present the voices of acoustic performers typically heard in coffee houses bars and on public radio They won t all be in the same style or genre indeed some of them will defy all categories but will all provide soulful and moving performances The Ruth B Shannon Center for the Performing Arts is located at 6760 Painter Ave Whittier CA 90608 Whittier College Season subscription orders are now being accepted 60 general and 50 seniors and students Single performances will go on sale July 22 20 general admission 15 seniors and students boxoffice shannoncenter org or 562 907 4203 2010 Stephanie Bettman Luke Halpin Sunday November 21 at 4 00 p m Together Stephanie Bettman and Luke Halpin create Folk Bluegrass and Americana music who s shows are uplifting and energetic Their songs range from up tempo bluegrass to groovy jazzy acoustic pop to heart wrenching ballads with a focus on memorable lyrics stunning musicianship and beautiful vocal harmonies  Stephanie is an accomplished singer songwriter While her first rate fiddling combines elements of bluegrass and jazz in her essence there is tribute to such masters as Stephane Grappelli Byron Berline and Johnny Gimble Bettman is the winner of several awards She was the Grand Prize Winner of the 2008 So Cal live Acoustic Music Competition and a Winner in the 2007 Topanga Banjo Fiddle contest  Luke was formerly a member of the band Fanny Grace With them he worked all over the country opening for such musical heavyweights as Merle Haggard Lone Star and The Steve Miller Band Luke s perfectly blended harmonies and his instrumental expertise together with Stephanie s artistry and performance make for a dynamic experience audiences are discovering from coast to coast 2011 Muriel Anderson Tierra Negra Sunday January 24 at 4 00 p

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  • Much Ado About Nothing | Whittier College
    Health Exercise Sustainability Student Support First Year at Whittier News Events Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni In This Section News Events Mobile Menu Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information You are here Home News Much Ado About Nothing Much Ado About Nothing Monday October 4 2010 WHITTIER CA October 4 2010 William Shakespeare s Much Ado About Nothing will come to the stage on October 2010 23 8 p m and October 24 2010 at 2 p m in the Ruth B Shannon Center for the Performing Arts Robinson Theatre on the Whittier College campus 6760 Painter Ave Whittier CA 90608 General Admission 15 students and seniors 8 Whittier College Faculty and Students 5 For additional information directions or to purchase tickets please call 562 907 4203 or visit online www shannoncenter org Much Ado About Nothing is a hilarious comedy about two pairs of lovers Benedick and Beatrice and Claudio and Hero While the young lovers Claudio and Hero must overcome a myriad of obstacles to their happy union Beatrice and Benedick are engaged in a merry war of the sexes Benedick thinks he hates Beatrice but really loves her and Beatrice who thinks she hates Benedick but really loves him It all adds up to one of the greatest romantic comedies ever written This production features an all student cast and is directed by Gil Gonzalez assistant professor

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  • Un Domingo en La Alameda Comes to Life at Whittier College | Whittier College
    Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni In This Section News Events Mobile Menu Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information You are here Home News Un Domingo en La Alameda Comes to Life at Whittier College Un Domingo en La Alameda Comes to Life at Whittier College Tuesday August 31 2010 Whittier College and the Bilingual Foundation for the Arts present Un Domingo en la Alameda a Spanish language play inspired by the magnificent and famous mural by Diego Rivera on Wednesday September 15 at 7 30 p m in the Ruth B Shannon Center for the Performing Arts 6760 Painter Ave Whittier CA 90608 General admission is 5 free for Whittier College students faculty and staff To reserve tickets or for more information contact the Shannon Center 562 907 4203 or boxoffice shannoncenter org The play A Sunday in The Alameda Un Domingo en la Alameda takes you as if in a dream through the wonders of time music and dance focusing on some of the characters who formed the history of Mexico and who were immortalized in the mural of one of the greatest Mexican painters of all times Historical personalities like Diego Rivera Frida Khalo Guadalupe Posada Ricardo Flores Magon Jose Martà and other famous characters of that time meet together in a timeless place in Rivera s memory to present the audience their life s experience Presented by Bilingual Foundation of the Arts a non profit organization Un Domingo en la Alameda is promoting the knowledge of Mexico s history

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  • RealNewMusic 2010 at the Ruth B. Shannon Center | Whittier College
    Contact Us Campus Life Campus Life Home Getting Involved Housing Food Health Exercise Sustainability Student Support First Year at Whittier News Events Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni In This Section News Events Mobile Menu Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information You are here Home News RealNewMusic 2010 at the Ruth B Shannon Center RealNewMusic 2010 at the Ruth B Shannon Center Tuesday September 14 2010 The RealNewArts Foundation in association with The Ruth B Shannon Center for the Performing Arts proudly presents RealNewMusic 2010 at the Ruth B Shannon Center for the Performing Arts 67060 Painter Ave Whittier CA 90608 Saturday September 18 at 7 00 pm The concert will feature performances by Whittier College professor Teresa LeVelle Santa Ana New Music Ensemble featuring music by Jeff Jones Brian Kehlenbach and Ken Walicki Paul Bailey Lou Warde Bcc Biola Composers Collective as well as Lucas Floyd and Trevor Gomes winners of the RealNewMusic Art Song Competition with Melody Versoza soprano Tickets 10 00 7 50 5 00 students seniors for tickets and more information boxoffice shannoncenter org or 562 907 4203 RealNewMusic a concept and festival conceived by Shane W Cadman confronts the reality that a lot of what is considered a new music is actually 50 100 years old and that a fair amount of contemporary music is composed using techniques that result in music that sounds 50 100

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  • Aloha Festival 2010-11 | Whittier College
    music Recognizing her natural vocal abilities Tutu arranged for a meeting between the legendary Genoa Keawe and her granddaughter It was Aunty Genoa that introduced Amy to the ha i falsetto music Amy s talent of ha i brought a new found appreciation for the art of Hawaiian female falsetto style for which she is known today October 2 Eric Lee Melveen Leed Eric Lee is widely known in the music industry as one third of the Na Kama Hanohano Award Winning group Na Kama Together they released four CDs two of which earned Na Kama Hanohano Awards respectively His creative musical arrangements and awareness to perpetuate the Hawaiian language has contributed to the magical sound of Na Kama from its inception through his 10 year journey with them His solo debut CD Crossroads was met with tremendous success and has already earned the Hawai i Music Award for Contemporary Hawaiian CD of the Year Melveen Leed was born on the Island of Molokai She released her first album in 1966 and started to travel abroad singing in Las Vegas Los Angeles San Francisco Russia Bulgaria Hong Kong Japan and many other places around the world Melveen was part of a wonderful group known as the Local Divas made up of 4 of the top female vocalists in Hawaii She is currently a member with the New Hope Church where she devotes her time and talents Her most recent album Listen to My Voice is her most spiritually driven work thus far including original songs that portray her life s mission October 30 2010 Keola Beamer Raiatea Helm Slack key guitar legend Keola Beamer and twice Grammy nominated Hawaiian songstress Raiatea Helm have collaborated on a ground breaking new CD Keola Beamer and Raiatea Released on the Mountain Apple Company HAWAI I label this unique recording transcends the Hawaiian music genre and enters the world music stage by incorporating ancient Hawaiian musical instruments into inventive arrangements This work of unparalleled musical inspiration showcases the talents of two world class artists along with their love of Hawaiian music and culture Keola Beamer s career of more than 30 years as a world renowned guitarist has bestowed upon him the coveted title of Master of Hawaiian Slack Key At 25 Raiatea has received every major music award in the Hawaiian Islands as well as national recognition as a Billboard World Chart recording artist Their collaboration in Keola Beamer Raiatea is destined to become a classic December 4 2010 Daniel Ho and Tia Carrere Grammy Award Winners Daniel Ho and Tia Carrere bring with them the spirit of Hawai i and its beautiful melodies Popular for her blockbuster roles on the big screen Carrere has moved on to lead a very successful career in music Channeling her Hawaiian roots Carrere amazes audiences with her sultry and pristine vocals Helping to bring out the best of her music is five time Grammy Award winning producer Daniel Ho Daniel Ho has worked over the years

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  • Whittier College Will Celebrate Latino Graduates | Whittier College
    News Whittier College Will Celebrate Latino Graduates Whittier College Will Celebrate Latino Graduates Tuesday May 18 2010 More than 50 Whittier College students will don the traditional cap and gown and be formally recognized by President Sharon Herzberger during the 9th Annual Latino Graduate Celebration on Saturday May 22 at 4 p m in the Ruth B Shannon Center for the Performing Arts 6760 Painter Ave Whittier CA 90608 The keynote address will be delivered by well respected immigration lawyer Alan Diamante Attorney Alan Diamante has devoted his career to the protection of immigrant rights and maintains a private practice in downtown Los Angeles He has been a board member of Mexican America Bar Association MABA for several years and was the recipient of MABA s 2003 Attorney of the Year award Diamante has also been an active member of the Hispanic National Bar Association s immigration committee He has been visiting lecturer at Loyola Law School and UCLA Law School as well a speaker for the Los Angeles County Bar Association Orange County Hispanic Bar Association and National Lawyers Guild among others In addition Diamante has been named Super Lawyer by Los Angeles Magazine for several consecutive years The event will begin with an Aztec ceremony by the dance group Copali Copili While on stage students will have the opportunity to direct a few words to family and friends from a podium This ceremony is important to me because I am the first in my family to go to college said graduating senior Brownie Sibrian who will speak at the ceremony There are not a lot of us going to college and finishing college in fact nearly 40 of Latinos in Los Angeles are dropping out of high school Therefore by recognizing Latino graduates it can serve to inspire

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  • Cuban-American Playwright Nilo Cruz To Become Honorary Poet | Whittier College
    Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information You are here Home News Cuban American Playwright Nilo Cruz To Become Honorary Poet Cuban American Playwright Nilo Cruz To Become Honorary Poet Monday April 19 2010 Nilo Cruz award winning dramatist will be returning to the Whittier campus to receive an honorary degree from the College a doctorate of humane letters L H D Monday May 3 at 7 30 p m in AJ Villalobos Hall 7214 Painter Avenue Whittier CA The playwright will also be attending the final performance of the theater department s all student production of his play Beauty of the Father on Sunday May 2 at the Ruth B Shannon Center for Performing Arts Previously Cruz visited the campus as part of the 2008 Writer s Festival and his work has been enthusiastically embraced by the campus community Also in November 2008 the College s theater department staged Cruz s unpublished work of Lorca in a Green Dress His latest play Beauty of the Father this spring will be performed April 28 May 2 at the Ruth B Shannon Center for Performing Arts www shannoncenter org Beauty of the Father takes place in 1998 on the Spanish coast near the Mediterranean Sea The play brings to life a reunion between a bisexual painter named Emiliano and his estranged daughter Marina both of whom harbor romantic feelings for a young Moroccan named Karim The house where Emiliano resides is haunted by the spirit of the Spanish poet and playwright Federico Garcia Lorca who offers counseling and guidance to the painter Cruz a young Cuban American playwright won the Pulitzer for his playAnna in the Tropics in 2003 becoming the first Latino playwright to receive this award A year later the play premiered on

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