The Pasadena Conservatory of Music (PCM) is partnering with Vroman’s Bookstore in offering this Summer Music Series.
Prepared by Jonathan Ong
Featuring faculty from PCM’s Jazz and World Music departments:
- Amy Rowe Trio
– The Amy Rowe Trio performing new music composed for jazz trio (piano, bass, and drums), with songs inspired by jazz greats and life experiences.
- Megan Shung Quartet
– The Megan Shung Quartet (violin, cello, accordion, and percussion) performing some lively tangos and gypsy jazz.
- Brazilian Music Trio
– The Brazilian Music Trio (multi-percussionist Clarice Cast joined by friends) performing various Brazilian styles of music.
- Mariachi Ensemble
– Mariachi Ensemble with the PCM faculty and friends coming together to perform Mariachi standards.
The PCM is a nonprofit community music school that provides opportunities to learn, perform, and enjoy music to students of all ages and backgrounds.
Date/Time 07/30 - 8/03/2022 5:00 pm Location Vroman's Courtyard
Events Coordinator, Jonathan Ong, is a PUSD graduate and an incoming USC student. He’s passionate about swimming, social justice and preserving the environment.
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