Musical composition through the years
Jerry Danielsen, music composer explains that his work space inside his home studio is "like a mad scientist realm" where he provides movie scores, soundtracks and other musical services, Tuesday, Jan. 07, 2020. Gilbert Bernal/The Signal

Musical composition through the years

Walking into local composer Jerry Danielsen’s home studio, you’ll see a plethora of music equipment, evidence of a long career in the music industry. With dozens of guitars and amplifiers,…

Santa Clarita Encore Chorale seeks senior fans of showtunes
The Santa Clarita Encore Chorale performs at their 2019 winter concert. Roberta Kessler

Santa Clarita Encore Chorale seeks senior fans of showtunes

The Santa Clarita Encore Chorale will begin rehearsals Jan. 10 for the group’s spring semester concert, “Encore Goes to the Theater.” Featuring songs selections from both Broadway productions and Hollywood hits, the concert caters to lovers of musical theater and film.

Concert Band helps raise community morale
The Santa Clarita Concert Band rehearses at the Bella Vida SCV Senior Center Monday night. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Concert Band helps raise community morale

Powerful basslines and flowing melodies filled the auditorium of the Bella Vida senior center Monday night as the Santa Clarita Valley Concert Band rehearsed in preparation for their upcoming show.

The sounds of Cilience
Ian Stahl, Eric DeLuca, Michael Janz and Jason Fragoso formed Cilience to spread a positive message while playing music they love. Courtesy JonJon Blunden

The sounds of Cilience

Though local alternative rock band Cilience came up with their name from a made-up word, they’ve been able to adapt it to encompass the essence of the band. “I’m a…

Valencia resident competes in ‘Opening Act’
Valencia resident and singer John Joseph is competing in Radio.com’s “Opening Act” competition. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Valencia resident competes in ‘Opening Act’

John Joseph was having a diva meltdown before he went on stage to sing “Lion King” during his second-grade talent show. “Where’s my tail? Where’s my mane?” he asked, as…

Orchestra announces student competition, new season, concertmaster
Santa Clarita Philharmonic's newest Concertmaster Xaman Kryger plays her violin. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Orchestra announces student competition, new season, concertmaster

The Santa Clarita Philharmonic has begun its seventh season of concert performances.   The philharmonic is a community-based, volunteer symphony orchestra comprised of professional, semi-professional, avocational and student musicians from the…

Yes I Can of Santa Clarita expands outreach
Bret Lieberman, Executive Director of YIC surrounded by art that has been produced by YIC artist. Gilbert BernalThe Signal

Yes I Can of Santa Clarita expands outreach

The Yes I Can, or YIC, organization, a nonprofit that looks to build a feeling of inclusion in the community, is scheduled to present a free music and art show…

‘Pirates of Santa Clarita,’ salsa set for September Thursdays@Newhall
The [email protected] series continues with free artistic events.

‘Pirates of Santa Clarita,’ salsa set for September [email protected]

September brings new, featured events to Old Town Newhall as the city of Santa Clarita’s Thur[email protected] continues each week through October. September events, which are free to attend, are expected…

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