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August 20, 1996
Annual auditions for the Pacific Chorale Children's Choruses will be from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Singers 6 to 15 years old may try out for placement in one of three age- and ability-grouped choruses. The groups perform at the Orange County Performing Arts Center, with the Pacific Chorale and the Pacific Symphony Orchestra. Auditions will be at First Congregational Church, 2555 Santiago St., Santa Ana. Information: (714) 662-2345.
August 4, 1989 | CHRIS PASLES
The Pacific Chorale announced Thursday that Bonnie McClain has been appointed executive director in addition to her current position as director of development. Also, Richard Messenger, assistant conductor, has been named director of operations. Leila Asato will be administrative assistant. Rita Major, formerly manager of the Pacific Chorale, has become assistant ticket manager for the Pacific Symphony, orchestra officials confirmed.
February 28, 2000 | Renee Moilanen, (949) 574-4208
Cielo Vista Elementary School in Rancho Santa Margarita celebrated "Leonard Bernstein Day" Friday, a tribute to the composer whom they have studied all year. Students rotated from class to class, where teachers set up projects exemplifying Bernstein's music and life. Cielo Vista chooses a different composer to study each year. Students also learn about instruments from professional musicians, who lead seminars at the school through the Pacific Symphony Orchestra, which sponsors the program.
January 8, 2000
Internationally acclaimed soprano Deborah Voigt, right, a former Anaheim resident, coaches soprano Kristina Suh in breathing, support and other details of vocal technique. Voigt, an international opera star, gave a master class Thursday sponsored by the Pacific Symphony Orchestra League at the Westin South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa. She will sing arias by Verdi and songs by Richard Strauss with the Pacific Symphony led by Carl St.
March 27, 1995 | HOLLY J. WAGNER
With school districts cutting programs to make up for their losses in the Orange County bond pool, the future of fine arts education is in doubt. The Placentia Chamber of Commerce's monthly breakfast meeting at 7:15 a.m. Thursday will address that topic with a presentation from Linda Owen, fine arts coordinator for the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District.
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