decorative image of Benjamin-Rollings-Cropped , Auto Draft 2023-03-16 09:04:06

PSC Adjunct Professor Benjamin Rollings receives Steinway Piano Award

Benjamin Rollings was a talented and accomplished piano student, earning scholarships and graduation distinctions throughout his musical studies, which began at age 6. As a teacher, Rollings is just as accomplished. Rollings is a Pensacola State College adjunct music instructor and staff accompanist. On March 10, he was presented a Top Piano Teacher Award from Steinway & Sons, the prestigious piano company.

decorative image of guitar-orchestra , Pensacola Guitar Orchestra to hold 40th Anniversary Spring Recital on April 1 2023-03-09 08:16:38

Pensacola Guitar Orchestra to hold 40th Anniversary Spring Recital on April 1

Pensacola State College will present the Pensacola Guitar Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Joe Stallings, in its 40th Anniversary Spring Recital on Saturday, April 1. The recital is set for 7:30 p.m. in the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium. Admission is free. The recital will feature the nine-member guitar orchestra and soloists from Pensacola State College, the University of West Florida, and recent prize winners of state and regional competitions.

decorative image of Finger-Style , Pensacola State College 2023 Finger Style Acoustic Guitar Competition winners announced 2023-03-09 08:11:19

Pensacola State College 2023 Finger Style Acoustic Guitar Competition winners announced

Three talented musicians captured the top prizes at the Pensacola State College 2023 Finger Style Acoustic Guitar Competition held Feb. 18 in Pensacola State College’s Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium. The first-prize winner was Donald Hinchman. The 17-year-old received a $600 cash prize. Second-place winner Laws Savage, 18, was awarded a $450 cash prize. Simon Joos,…

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Little Women

Pensacola State College Performing Arts Department is bringing the beloved classic “Little Women” to the Ashmore Auditorium this week, with performances running Thursday through Sunday. It’s playwright Kate Hamill’s retelling of Louisa May Alcott’s Civil War era landmark novel, “Little Women,” published in two parts in the 1860s. Yet the war between two of the…

decorative image of event_header , Laughing for all the Wrong Reasons 2022-10-13 11:33:39

Laughing for all the Wrong Reasons

Fresh, fast and always spectacularly funny. The Second City is celebrating nearly sixty years of producing cutting-edge satirical revues and launching the careers of generation after generation of comedy’s best and brightest.
This event sponsored by ACE (Art, Culture, and Entertainment, Inc.) as part of the 2022 Foo Foo Festival.
Wednesday, November 9 at 7:30 p.m.

decorative image of ROX_7602-alumni- , Coleman awarded First Degree Diploma in Golden Key International Composition Competition 2021-02-04 13:49:46

Coleman awarded First Degree Diploma in Golden Key International Composition Competition

Michael Coleman was recently awarded First Degree Diploma in the Golden Key International Composition Competition for 2021. Other composers receiving diplomas and honorable mentions in his division hailed from China, Italy, and Poland. Dr. Coleman is invited to perform his “Four Bagatelles” for solo piano on the World Composers Recital at the Golden Key Music…