Christine Lopez, director of the applied music and piano studies programs and piano instructor in the Music Department, is looking forward to the Piano ensemble final concert, held in room BC 51 on Sunday at 4 p.m.
After being part of the Applied Music Program at Cerritos College for two semesters, music major John Eric Santamaria is surprised about how much he’s progressed playing the classical guitar in that amount of time.
Art gallery on display in the Student Center, all of the art is made by the children of the Child Development Center.
Photos from the Chinese Dagu Performance that took place on Thursday March 21.
"I wasn't nervous, the more you perform the less nervous you get," stated Psychology and Journalism major Andrea Mora who was a part of the Spring Dance Concert at Cerritos College.
"It was beautiful. Definitely one of the greatest arts and the future of man kind, not technology, Music will help. It's a universal language and I'm thankful they came to perform here. Different cultures and a better future emerges from such a beautiful art," stated former Mayor of Cerritos, Laura Lee.
Theater instructor for live sound and staging Bradford Williams said his students did a great job setting up a concert at Burnight Center Theatre.
The Cerritos College Music Department prepare for its spring Faculty Gala being held on Sunday, March 3.
Faculty members showcase artwork from paintings to sculptures at the Cerritos College Art Gallery.
Recorded broadcast from the Faculty Art Exhibit opening reception on Feb. 11
Live broadcast of the Faculty Art Exhibit at 4 p.m.
The 2013 spring Art Gallery is set to feature over twenty-two faculty member's art pieces.
The Falcon Room is strictly for campus staff and faculty, as students on campus already have a café ran by Culinary Arts students where students may order food and eat it in the Student Center.
The Cerritos College Theatre Department gets ready to present two productions "Durang/Durang" and "Drowsy Chaperone" this spring semester.
Auditions were held for Trevor Bishop's take on "Durang, Durang," a parody of American Theatre's greatest plays.