Stanislaus State’s Music Department will fill the spring semester with its Opera Scenes this coming Thursday, April 21. The theme this year is Spring Fling and will feature songs with an upbeat, fun, “spring-like” tone.
Stan State students were recently asked about their music preferences and shared some recommendations. Their music tastes were very diverse, ranging from indie pop, reggaeton, metal core, rap and R&B.
Music seems to be having a significant impact on the lives of Stanislaus State students. According to a Signal poll, 87% of students listen to music on a daily basis. 100% of those students say that music has cheered them up when they were in a bad mood.
The student-managed radio station at Stanislaus State, KCSS 91.9 FM, has launched a new program titled Valley Voices aimed at giving students and the local community a platform for their talents.
Stan State’s own Luca Mitchell, a sophomore studying vocal performance within the Music Department, has been awarded 1st place in the age 16 to 19 category of Opera Modesto's Kristina Townsend Memorial Vocal Competition. The competition is designed to encourage and provide opportunities for …
The pandemic has changed the way that many people go about their everyday lives. In the wake of concert arenas and other live music venues slowly starting to reopen, Turlock’s local metal band, Perfect Nightmares, shares their experience of being a band during the pandemic.
We are almost to the middle of the semester, and we all know that means it’s time for spring break! Although we are still in a pandemic, it does not mean we cannot have a little fun from home.
It’s that time again for the WarriorTunes: February Edition! Celebrating Black History Month as well as other holidays such as Valentine’s Day and Mardi Gras. We sure hope you enjoy listening!
It's that time again, Warriors! It is also, that wonderful time of the year. We have officially made it to the second edition of Warrior Tunes, and you are in for a holiday treat!
Virtual media has been on the rise for many years now, finding its way into every home and suffusing the daily lives of many. This year especially the Internet has taken center stage as a necessity for staying connected and informed.
La Mo Cafe hosted an Open Mic Night in the heart of downtown Turlock. The family-owned coffee shop presented the Open Mic as a tribute to local musician, Carter Nelson. Many local artists displayed their musical talents throughout the evening in the bistro's warm and welcoming environment.