La Sierra University News
Jazz trombonist George Bohanon, a former Motown Records musician and award-winning artist, will bring his skill to the stage for La Sierra University’s next Pierce Street Jazz concert.
At 4:30 a.m. on a Sunday morning, after writing three rough drafts of a play and fueled mainly by “sheer motivation,” Ruthie Heavrin’s script was finished.
On Sat., Nov. 2, a quintet of classical musicians whose performance credits include work with some of the nation’s top orchestras, will perform orchestral and chamber music at La Sierra University.
Two missionary/educator couples, Horace and Rosayle Kelly, and Paul and Lorna Allred, will be inducted into La Sierra University’s Path of the Just during special services scheduled for October 26.
When residents of Costa Mesa and other Southern California cities cut down their trees, the tall woody plants may end up as intriguing works of art in a gallery rather than as landfill trash.
The region’s violin players and music students will have an opportunity next week to learn from one of the era’s great classical talents.
La Sierra University Church so values its mission to serve La Sierra University’s students it vets potential new hires for their level of interest in supporting the adjacent campus.