Cerritos California Music
Stars have had a popular internet radio show for more than a decade and have achieved international fame as their role model. Like the other members of the beat junkies, they have won more prizes and produced more music than there is to mention.
Stars have also toured internationally, won awards and followed the example of the Beat Junkies. The group has won numerous awards, including the Los Angeles County Music Awards and the San Diego Music Festival. Stars has also won its Share Award and has followed in the footsteps of many of its models. Cerritos has a fertile cultural landscape and a number of family businesses, restaurants, hotels and other businesses have established themselves, as many people have chosen Cerritos as it has established itself, and many enjoy being at home in this small town of about 1.5 million inhabitants.
Cerritos moved out of Los Angeles County in the late 1970s and early 1980s to start afresh and pursue the American dream.
He put on house parties, wedding halls and dances before becoming one of the most popular DJ's in Los Angeles County and the world. He was originally called DJ Scratchcards, but changed his name to "DJ Antron" when he won his first battle DJ contest, the Beat Junkies. At the same time Rhettmatic won the West Coast DMC Battle DJ Championship in San Francisco and became West Coast D MC Champion in a solo DJ fight. DJ Antron started his career as a DJ at a house party in Cerritos in the late 80s and early 90s, was a member of a local hip hop group and DJ for a few years. We recently told you about his journey to becoming a world-class DJ and his career as an artist and he told us more about himself.
Years later, Rhettmatic found inspiration and friendship with his friend and roommate Cerritos, who would soon become known as DJ Melo D.
His long and distinguished musical career includes conducting orchestras and bands, playing timpani, and serving on the boards of the Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Highlights of his career include a period as a conductor at the University of California, San Diego in the 1950s and 1960s, his time at UC Berkeley, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in San Francisco, and his years as an assistant professor of music at Santa Maria College, where he was under the tutelage of composers such as John F. Kennedy, Karl Dvorak, and John Cage. He was the volunteer operations coordinator for the CMI and enjoys his role as the director of Music for Kids, a nonprofit organization that coaches string quartets for players of all ages. His long, distinguished musical life, which includes conducting, orchestral conducting and orchestra, has included playing tim pani and serving on the UCSB Symphony Board, as well as its President and Chairman.
For the next three years he was confronted with serious orchestral music at school and in the symphony, and was given a full-time job with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and the Santa Barbara Symphony.
For the next three years he was confronted with serious orchestral music at school and in the symphony, and was given a full-time job with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and the Santa Barbara Symphony. Symphony in his first year in high school, then symphony orchestra in his younger and older years. Tickets are available by phone 562 - 916 - 8500 or online at www.
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The music department at Cerritos College is all about discovering what is close to your heart and creating opportunities for your music career. The department is made up of talented and dedicated faculty committed to providing a rigorous core curriculum that supports artistic education through the highest standards of academic excellence, professional development and community engagement. Citypieces, which celebrates the joint composition; the Kapilow - celebrated series FamilyMusik introduces the youth to all musical fields; and the music pedagogical program of the music school.
In Cerritos, "KJ Butta said," the stars are and they are inhabited by many members, including musicians, artists, students, faculty, staff, alumni and students from all over the country.
The two shows will be played on Saturday, June 18 at 7 p.m. at the Cerritos Community Center and will continue on Sunday, July 2, 2017 at 8 p.m. with a special guest performance by a local band. The two will perform at a private event on Friday, May 26, 2016 at 6 p.m., except for the band's first performance on Wednesday, August 3, 2015 at 9 p.m., and on Thursday, August 5, 2016 at 10 p.m., they will play again at the open microphone.