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Música De México: Don Mariachi Dazzles With Song and Dance

By Marta Konarska

Young and beautiful women with long and colorful dresses spin around on the stage, drawing viewers into customs and traditions

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Spring Choir Show Highlights American Composers

By Jessica Arredondo

Lights dim, students ascend the stage. The singers create a half circle around the piano facing the director. Strange musical

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REVIEW: Guitar Ensemble Shows Off Layers of Melodies

By Ashley Ramynke

Music lovers escaped the evening rain and proceeded into Phillips Hall on Saturday, May 18, where they were serenaded by

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REVIEW: Big Band Dazzles Guests with Sounds of the Blues

By Lesly Guzman

Jaqueline Espinoza’s sparkly, cream-colored dress glimmered off the stage lights as the saxophones launched into a mellow, swing tempo. The

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Music Students and Symphony Irvine Collaborate for ‘An Orchestral Celebration’

By Lesly Guzman

When Santa Ana music major Emmanuel Cortes was in high school, he played several piano concertos with the all-volunteer Symphony

Eminem Throws Shade with Tight Lyricism and Meaty Disses on Kamikaze

By Levi Mondoza

On Kamikaze, hip-hop veteran Eminem disses rappers like Lil Yachty and Machine Gun Kelly with tight lyricism and vicious roasts.

Kanye West Teases Two New Albums

By el Don News

Rapper and producer Kanye West, best known for his eight successful albums, announced he is releasing two studio albums this upcoming summer. With high expectations from his fans, Kanye has been put on a high pedestal on hopes with coming out with another successful release.

Sango Delivers Anticipated Sophomore Album

By Josie Morales

Fusing hip-hop, R&B and syrupy electronic grooves, Soulection-affiliated producer Sango released “In the Comfort of,” his sophomore studio album. After

Vans Warped Tour Comes to a Close

By Bella Garcia

After 23 years of bringing the punk, emo and hardcore scenes together, Vans Warped Tour is ending, announcing its final tour for summer 2018.

Student Concert Will Celebrate the Music of Anime

By Marc Ibarra

When Santa Ana College music professor and composer John Marr visited Japan last June, he picked up Japanese sheet music books for anime films and shows.