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Pickles and Yogurt, a local band consisting of members (from left to right) Jim Reid, Dexter Pullybank and Mark Pullybank. Photo credit: Angel Ortega

Blackbird and MR. Bang host open mic night with a diverse array of performers

Mitchell Kret // February 8, 2019
The local gallery held an open mic night Wednesday, their first anniversary of holding such events.
Briaunna Cisneros plays the opening piece for the ensemble performance. Photo credit: Carly Maxstone

Music students perform Estampas Guitar Ensemble at Zingg Recital Hall

Hannah Yeager // May 13, 2018

Guitar students at Chico State performed a mix of different guitar pieces both as solos and in groups at the Zingg Recital Hall on Friday.The pieces performed had a combination of rhythmic, upbeat, slow...

Herreid Music offers a wide selection of instruments that are displayed in a creative manner. Photo credit: Grant Casey

Herreid Music owner talks music background, sales

Tom Sundgren // October 10, 2015
Rich Pires, owner of Herreid Music, breaks down what it's like to be behind music sales, run-ins with guitar theft and his history with Chico.
Photo Courtesy of School of the Arts and Joe Paul DiMaggio.

Tobin Roye, faculty member and guitarist, is the leader of Chico State’s Guitar Ensemble.

Guitar Ensemble delivers refreshing take on classical guitar

Sarah Scharf // May 3, 2014
The Chico State Guitar Ensemble showcased their musical talents in "Camaieu" Friday night in the Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall.
Professor David Dvorin, artistic director of the New Music Symposium, composed and performed a live score for the film The Golem to close the symposium Saturday night. Photo courtesy of Chico State.

Symposium closes with silent film score

Veronica Hodur // March 2, 2014
A professor composed an exciting new score for a silent film from the 1920s to end the New Music Symposium.
Peter Janson warms up the crowd to their next song by explaining that the only person he could ever play well with is Larry Pattis, musically and in real life.Photo credit: Annie Paige

Acoustic guitarists astonish at 1078 Gallery

Ashiah Scharaga // January 17, 2014
Acoustic finger-style guitarists Peter Janson and Larry Pattis performed an intimate show at the 1078 Gallery Thursday.

Seamus Turner

September 7, 2013

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