Ooms said that being in the music industry has shown her that life is unpredictable and ever-changing, but she has also learned to let go. These lessons are the focus of Oom’s new single “Hideaway” released on all streaming platforms on Jan. 29.
Rather than being surrounded by easily accessible equipment and being face-to-face with her team in the KCPR studio, Hughes has been tackling her job from a 13-inch computer screen.
With the move to virtual learning, KCPR’s biggest change — among both the news and music teams — has been the remote production of shows, according to Hughes.
Local band Classinova will be playing at the Performing Arts Center (PAC) Friday, Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m. as the first of a series of artists in a new, free online concert series, LIVE from the PAC. Hosted by the Performing Arts Center staff, LIVE from the PAC highlights local artists performing on stage in […]
From Coachella to Glastonbury, music events all over the world have been canceled due to COVID-19 and social distancing regulations. But this has not stopped Cal Poly students from celebrating music culture — even from their rooms at home. Before the coronavirus pandemic, recent College of Engineering graduate Lizzie Wiley planned to attend six music […]
When someone thinks of San Luis Obispo, the music scene may not be the first thing that comes to mind in the busy, tourist-filled college town, home to a bevy of restaurants and hiking trails. However, the San Luis Obispo music scene has cultivated its roots deep within the city and beyond since the late […]
Black Student Union threw their annual Black Love celebration Feb. 23 at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art. With three hours of non-stop piano from music sophomore Edmond McGinley and drum riffs from James Balseiro, food catered by Nipomo House of Prayer Church of God in Christ chef Walter Harris, the Black fashion, Black […]
Baroque music is old, but not stiff, according to music sophomore Zahra Rothschild. She is one of many students who partook in Bach Week, a six-day festival celebrating the music of the Baroque era.
Music students will get the opportunity to have a global education with the Jordan Maler Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Music Scholarship Foundation.
From music production and a capella groups to simply spitting beats to blow off steam, these students have brought beatboxing to Cal Poly. And they said they would like to see more of it here.
Bar of the Night, the student-run takeover of a downtown bar, is planned, promoted, and DJed by a group of four Cal Poly students.
Singer-songwriter and winner of NBC’s 11th season of America’s Got Talent Grace VanderWaal headlined part two of Spring Fever, an on-campus concert series hosted by Associated Students, Inc. (ASI), at 7 p.m. Friday, May 31 in the University Union (UU) Plaza. At 12 years old, Vanderwaal stole America’s heart when she auditioned for America’s Got […]