El Paso Community College Music Instructors, Ruben Gutierrez and Billy Townes, along with fellow Jazz Musician, Mike Hamilton preview the annual EPCC observance of Black History Month throughout February.
Norma, Bill, and Denise welcome back Master Gardener Donna Beamesderfer to talk about pruning. What tools are essential when it comes to pruning your roses? Plus, they about what NOT to do when pruning roses. And...just because it's time to prune doesn't mean you have to. Prune with a purpose! Aired Feb 9, 2013.
Louie talks with Andrea Vasquez, visiting assistant professor of Contemporary Dance and Dance Appreciation with the UTEP Department of Theatre & Dance. Vasquez talks about the department's upcomoing production "Hit the Road Jack! A Dance Tribute to the Songs of Ray Charles, and Other Dances." She also talks about the expressivity that can be found in dance.
Performance dates: Feb 15, 16, 21-23 at 8 p.m., Feb 17 & 24 at 2:30 p.m., UTEP Wise Family Theatre. 915-747-5146, www.theatredance.utep.edu
Minerva Laveaga, Executive Director of BorderSenses non-profit literary organization, and Lacy Mayberry, Workshop Facilitator, report on the new community project, ForWord, which offers creative writing workshops for young authors.
ForWord literary project for ages 13-19 Saturdays: EPCC Northwest Campus Library 10am - 12pm Saturdays: Glasbox Studios 11am - 1pm Mondays: Jefferson High School 4pm - 6pm forword.bordersenses.com, (915) 485-7981
Andy Moran, Music Director and General Manager of the El Paso Symphony Youth Orchestra and Resident Conductor of the El Paso Symphony Orchestra, shares great news about an NEA grant for the Youth Orchestra and previews their upcoming Winter Concert.
EPSYO annual Winter Concert “Romantic Virtuosity” - Romantic Era favorites Featuring cellist Michael Way Sunday, February 10, 5pm Abraham Chavez Theater epsyo.org, (915) 525-5978