By Wendy Martinez |Staff Writer|
Music and entertainment events like this one are a great way to meet new people on campus, especially for commuters.
The live event will consist of singing, dancing, and comedy.
Small Ensemble Night will take place in the
recital hall of the Performing Arts building on campus.
In previous years, bands like the Spice Girl Tribute Band have performed at this event along with other small ensemble bands.
The Spice Girl Tribute Band is a group of glamorized women who perform classic music and moves from the original band, the Spice Girls. They celebrate the art of performing with their costumes and singing.
Tickets are sold on the music department website. Adult tickets are $11 and
student tickets are $6.
“The Coyote Music Society (CMS) is a student organization aimed at promoting student involvement in music, academic achievement, social interaction between members and creating a feeling of fellowship between musicians on campus,” said the Coyote Music Society website.
“CMS’s mission is to support music majors in their endeavors and create a welcoming environment that encourages musical activity,” said CMS President Michael Trevino.
They do everything possible to make their members feel included in the CSUSB community and share their music experiences they have acquired in their organization.
CMS has been active on campus since 2008. They have successfully supported their members and motivate them to achieve their goals inside and outside of CSUSB.
“My goals as president are to grow our club by using the power of music to bring all CSUSB students together and be there for CMS members as much as possible,” said Trevino.
Small Ensemble Night is not the only event they hold on campus. They also have master clinics for students, aid music ensembles in various performances, and provide services to students who are music majors.
“CMS organizes fundraiser performances throughout the year in order to use the proceeds to fund student musical advancement activities and scholarships,” said Trevino.
For every quarter they have fundraiser performance events such as the Coyote Bop n’ Hop, which will be held on Nov. 18 and Caliente, which features live salsa and Latin Jazz.
If you are interested in being part of Small Ensemble Night students can audition on Nov. 3 by filling out an audition form. Forms can be picked up in the music building in room PA-111.
This is a great time to show CSUSB students and professors the talents that have been
kept inside the walls of their home garages.
Students can find out more on their website on the CSUSB website under Coyote Music Society and also by liking their Facebook page.