Speech team wins 11 state awards

By Sergio Berrueta The East Los Angeles College Speech Team garnered second place this past weekend at the 2014 state championship tournament in Concord, California. The team earned a new record of 11 awards in various performance and speech categories including two gold, five silver, two bronze, a second place team award and the Pentathlon Award. Raul Herrera garnered the Pentathlon Award, which is given to the student in the…

March 19, 2014
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‘Dream On’ delivers humorous acting

March 19, 2013

  By Danny Vasquez   A tempest of hilarious jokes and heartfelt moments took the stage at East Los Angeles College’s first musical in their new Proscenium theatre with “Dream On” last Friday. ELAC’s Theatre Arts Department teamed up with the Music Department to produce an entertaining night of music and comedy. “Dream On,” students performed the  first musical on their new stage,  blended music, theater and dance into a…

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Applied Music Program performs classics

By Sergio Berrueta   The first student recital to showcase the singing and piano talents of East Los Angeles College’s Applied Music Program took place at the S2 Recital Hall last Wednesday. Soprano Suhsien Chang came to the stage performing “No, No, No Si Speri” from Carissimi’s Canzone. Her delicate voice gleamed heart and soul with every crescendo. Hadassah Meneses followed suit in her performance of “Alma del Core.” Meneses…

March 19, 2013
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Music students intrigue audience

December 4, 2012

  By Tierra Oliver   Students in the applied music program showcased their progress and intrigued the audience with lively, pleasant music at the Student Recital last Wednesday. The recital featured students in applied violin, guitar, piano and voice classes.   Held in the S2 Recital Hall, class piano and Applied Piano instructor Lucy Nargizyan, Ph.D accompanied the performers on piano. Soprano singer Sushien Chang opened with a lukewarm performance of…

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