ELAC evolves music for students Department ends year with multiple showcases

The East Los Angeles Music
Department will be hosting a series
of live musical events on-campus
at the S2 Recital Hall during the
holiday season.
The events will feature student
musicians from the ELAC Music
Department and showcase the
knowledge they have learned
through the fall semester.
A student recital will be held
today at noon. Admission to the
event is free.
The ELAC Music Department
will host a piano recital on Monday
afternoon featuring piano students
of ELAC music professor Lucy
Nargizyan.
The ELAC chamber chorale will
host a Winter Choir Concert on
Monday at 7:30 p.m. This event
will be conducted by Professor
Anthony Lupica, the ELAC’s Music
Department chair.

The event will feature classical
music such as Requiem Op 48 by
Gabriel Faure, Exultate Deo by A.
Scarlatti, Lullaby, and Ballade to the
Moon by Daniel Elder.
On Wednesday afternoon in the
fi eld, a final student recital will take
place at noon.
The ELAC symphonic band,
conducted by music professor
Jesus “Chuy” Martinez will host a

show at 8 p.m.on Dec 6. The ELAC
jazz ensemble will host a show on
December 11 at 8 p.m. The show
will be conducted by ELAC’s
musical director Robert “Bobby”
Chavez.
To end the fall school year, the
ELAC orchestra will host a show
conducted by clarinetist, Uriel
Vanchestein-Lamoreaux.
All student recital shows are
free admission and parking is
free in parking structure 4 on the
intersection of W Floral Drive and
Collegian Avenue.
The Music Department at ELAC
helps students who seek to be
professional musicians, music
composers, performing artists and
students who wish to pursue a
degree in music.
For further information on recitals,
future performances or programs
inquiries, please contact the ELAC
Music Department at 323-265-8894
or follow their Instagram page at @
elacmusicdept.

BY JOHANNA RODRIGUEZ
Staff Writer

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