Faye Spanos Concert Hall
3511 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA 95204, USA
"Brundibar" Children's Opera 10/10 2:00pm
Originally performed by children at the Terezin concentration camp, this fairytale opera by Hans Krasa for the entire famly celebrates the triumph of the...
Solo Class for Conservatory Students 10/16 2:00pm
Watch as Conservatory students perform to increase their understanding of music, music performance, and professional issues. Sponsored by the Brubeck Institute.
Open House at the Conservatory of Music 10/17 10:30am
Head over to the Conservatory for a presentation by the Dean and an opportunity for questions.
Brubeck Festival Jazz and Civil Rights Symposium 10/17 11:00am
Jazz and Civil Rights -- Jazz musicians have often chosen to speak out about issues of race or equality as a way of drawing attention to problems in society....
Pacific Choral Ensembles 10/18 2:30pm
Choral music at the University of the Pacific has a long and distinguished tradition with the first a cappella choir in the West established here in 1916. ...
University Symphony Orchestra 9/26/2015
The Electronic Muse 9/18/2015
Roland Di Franco left a positive review 2/16/2015
Angela has not lost a drop of brain power since the '60's. Her link between issues bear attention. I do think she did not give credit to those few police who are reaching out to their communities. Some balance was missibg.
David Hudson left a negative review 2/25/2013
First, I appreciate the road Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has paved for equality in American athletics and sympathize with the discrimination Mr. Jabbar may have faced at the outset of his career. However, Kareem perpetuated ignorance of our founding fathers, blatantly lied about the perspective of the Tea Party, stated that the reason black athletes like Evander Holyfield have lost their fortunes is because of white oppression, and reinforced ideas of government dependence and the fault of white Americans for every problem the black American has ever had. I attended in the hope of hearing an acknowledgment of past wrongs by the United States, which I received plenty of, but was hopeful he would encourage a policy of proving stereotypes wrong with actions and achievement despite oppression rather than leaving behind a legacy of dependent excuse makers. His speech seemed to reinforce structural binaries with his distinguishing of black Americans from white Americans, rather than referring to everyone as just "American". He spoke of the need to make sacrifices for the little guy, but arrogantly pointed out that it was Magic Johnson's job to make sacrifices in order to let someone "who can score" have the ball. Everyone but Kareem seemed to be making the sacrifices in his analogies. I hope that the audience was skeptical of the majority of his claims and know the truth about history beyond the talking points of modern liberals.
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