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Hit Men bring their legend to the Haugh

With the fall underway at the Haugh Performing Arts Center, five legendary music performers are making a one-time visit. The Hit Men, a quintet of musicians, vocalists and composers, will perform live at 2 p.m. Oct. 9 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The Hit Men were founded in 2010 by musician Lee Shapiro, but…

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Review: Strong Citrus voices deliver Broadway classics

The Citrus Singers perform a “Top of the Charts” medley in the first act of the show. The second act featured songs from classic plays like “Singin’ in the Rain” and “Wicked.” (Photo courtesy of: Gene Berrera The Visual and Performing Arts Department delivered a performance that both young and old would appreciate. With musical…

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Return of the ‘big battle’

After a one-year break, the Citrus College Blue Note Swing Orchestra and Azusa Pacific University’s Jazz Ensemble are back for more competitive performance. The Battle of the Big Bands is returning for it’s twelfth performance on March 17 and 18 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. Blue Note Swing Orchestra instructor and both Citrus and…

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Bettman & Halpin: Storytellers on stage

Stephanie Bettman and Luke Halpin, better known as the folk duo “Bettman & Halpin” will be performing at the Haugh Performing Arts Center on Sunday, Jan. 31.(photo courtesy of bettmanandhalpin.com) Bettman & Halpin, a folk music duo, will be playing at the Haugh Performing Arts Center on January 31st. Stephanie Bettman the songwriter, and Luke…

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A joyful noise: ‘Songs of Christmas’ coming soon

“Songs of Christmas,” starring the Citrus College Vocal Ensemble features a range of holiday songs from pop to traditional such as “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” “Because It’s Christmas” and “A Christmas Love Song.” Professor Martin Green, director of the Citrus vocal ensemble and concert choir, said his voice classes are stronger…

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Tradition with a twist

“Christmas Is…” returns to the Haugh Performing Arts Center starting Dec. 5. This spectacular and unique production has been a tradition at Citrus College for 47 years. The second act in this event is an original musical that has not been repeated since production began in 1968. Doug Austin, who has been directing “Christmas Is…”…

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Scoring a night of film

The 16th annual Night of Music from Film features the music of iconic composer James Horner.  Student performers will present music from classic films and screen video footage for the audience on Oct. 16 and Oct. 17 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. Horner’s scores from classic movies like Titanic, Avatar, Apollo 13, Braveheart, Deep…

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Gypsy jazz the perfect soundtrack for stop-motion

It will be a night you won’t want to miss as the Hot Club of San Francisco presents Cinema Vivant on Sept. 18, at the Haugh Performing Arts Center opening for the Gumby Fest. Cinema Vivant features stop-motion animation from Ladislaw Starewicz a European filmmaker considered to be the head of the stop-motion animation movement…