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(From left) Michael Esparza, Octaviano Garcia, Ethan Sizelove, Josue Mancias, John Piccola, Professor Jeremy Garcia, Joshua Hatcher, Bryan Wondra, Alejandro Herrera, and Carlos Campos Jr. will present a range of compositions, many flowing with Spanish influence, during a concert on April 24.

Guitar Ensembles Promise Concertgoers an ‘Intimate Evening’

Stephanie Masoud, Contributing Writer
April 12, 2018
The cast of ‘Remember Me’ will present a compilation of poems, music, and artwork created by Michael Gould.

Multimedia Performance Promises ‘Something New’

Natalie Snell, Contributing Writer
March 9, 2018
The concert featuring  all Central Campus ensembles, like the performance shown here from 2012, will include the steel band, the wind, jazz, string, and guitar ensembles, as well as the choirs.

Central Expo Spotlights All Musical Groups

Christian Gonzalez, Contributing Writer
March 9, 2018
Croucher’s repertoire crosses between country music and soft rock genres.

Fine Arts Friday Features Brant Croucher & Friends

Lizbeth Alcaraz, Contributing Writer
February 23, 2018
Wind instruments are front and center during a March 2016 concert. Another performance is set for March 7 on the Central Campus.

Wind Ensemble Concert Showcases Student Musicians

Lady Menchaca, Contributing Writer
February 23, 2018
Members of the San Jacinto College community can enjoy a free concert on Dec. 7 filled with seasonal classics like ‘Silent Night’ and ‘Joy to the World.'

Holiday Choir Concert Features Christmas Favorites

Robert Alfaro Jr., Contributing Writer
November 24, 2017
Professors Jeremy Garcia (left) and Lynne Brandt, pictured here following a 2015 performance, will join colleagues Eric Late, Sarah Spencer, and Michael Mizma (not shown) for a concert on Nov. 7.

Central Music Faculty to Perform ‘Picnic Suite’

Robert Alfaro Jr., Contributing Writer
October 26, 2017
From left: Dalia Trejo, Tiara Blake, and Ariel Sepulvado rehearse for Evolve, the Performing Arts Company’s concert last fall. Proceeds from Kaleidoscope, taking place April 28 and 29 on the South Campus, will go to Unbound Houston.

Dance Show to Benefit Human Trafficking Awareness Group

Gloria DeLeon, Contributing Writer
April 27, 2017
Allen Campos performs #Resist by Jacob Adams April 18 during a showcase of contemporary music created and performed by music students of the Central Campus.

Orpheus Concert Captivates With Student Compositions

Jasmyn Campbell, Contributing Writer
April 27, 2017
The North Campus community will be treated to a free concert by King Chi Au at noon on March 24 in the Grant Fine Arts Center.

Fine Arts Friday Features Piano Performance

Michael Taggart, Contributing Writer
March 10, 2017
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