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  • Burbank Community Band gives musicians an opportunity

    Burbank Community Band gives musicians an opportunity
    Burbank resident Sally Hallada loved music when she was younger and played saxophone in a number of concert bands growing up, including the New Jersey State Jazz Ensemble. However, at some point, she put the instrument on a shelf and eventually got rid of it.
  • Dance troupe readies season opener

    Dance troupe readies season opener
    Burbank-based Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre, formerly known as Media City Ballet Company, will kick off its 14th season with a new production of a classical and contemporary dance titled, "A Collection of Works" this weekend at the El Portal Theatre in...

    Community: Students design gowns for philharmonic gala

    Community: Students design gowns for philharmonic gala
    Musical and visual treats await those attending the opening night gala of the Burbank Philharmonic Orchestra's 24th concert season on Nov. 8 at the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena. The program will feature “Les Preludes” by Liszt, “...

    On the Town: Tribute bands take the stage at Starlight Bowl

    On the Town: Tribute bands take the stage at Starlight Bowl
    While neither Tom Petty nor Steve Perry were in the house, it would have been easy to convince Saturday evening's Starlight Bowl crowd they actually were in the presence of the lead singers of the Heartbreakers and Journey as the city of Burbank presented...

    Community: Hal Wetherwax left behind a musical legacy in Burbank

    Community: Hal Wetherwax left behind a musical legacy in Burbank
    Walking down the street, I couldn't remember which house it was, but suddenly I heard the familiar trombone and it guided me to my destination. Students of Harold "Hal" E. Wetherwax had made a circle around the grand piano in the living room and they...