Musco Center for the Arts

featured graphic for Gospel Voices of OC at the Musco Center

Join us June 19, at 4 PM for this special event! The Gospel Voices of OC is a multi-generational artistic celebration of African Americans through the lens and the influence of gospel music as a source of historical impact and resiliency presented from Juneteenth to the present day. With 100 …continue reading

Hailing from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, Kinky is a Grammy Award-winning five-piece band with a distinct electronic sound with hints of rock and funk influences. Originally a trio composed of vocalist/guitarist Gilberto Cerezo, keyboardist/programmer Ulises Lozano, and guitarist Carlos Chairez, they were soon joined by drummer Omar Gongora and bassist …continue reading

featured graphic for the Musco Center at Chapman University after COVID-19

Afro-Latin rhythms, reggae, hip hop, rock, and cumbia collide in the musical fusion created by high-energy, socially-conscious bands Ozomatli and La Misa Negra. Ozomatli, a Grammy Award-winning six-piece band from Los Angeles, and openers La Misa Negra, a seven-piece band from Oakland, perform groovy, beat-based dance music with the ease …continue reading

featured graphic for Breath of Fire performing COVID-19 Monologues at the Musco Center

Musco Center presents Breath of Fire’s COVID-19 Monologues, a VIRTUAL EVENT Livestream on Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. More than 544,000 individuals have lost their lives to COVID-19 in the U.S. alone. The sheer magnitude of the numbers can feel detaching, but Santa Ana’s all-Latina theater ensemble Breath …continue reading