Meet Our Performers
Craig Valine is an author, speaker, Marketing Performance Strategist… and Comedian! Craig has been involved with many prominent community activities for the past 23 years through his membership in the Pasadena Jaycees, as well as throughout The State of California in the California Junior Chamber, since moving from his hometown in Boston in 1996.
Georgia Feroce is an LA-based singer-songwriter. Named after the song, “Georgia Rae” by John Hiatt, it seems only right that she was singing before she could talk. Georgia’s passion for music continued to grow throughout her childhood and early teenage years when she began piano lessons and music theory. Originally from the East coast, Georgia […]
Dancing the World One Stage at a Time. We are a family of Native American Hoop Dancers. We travel the world dancing for audiences small and large. We have performed at Weddings, Celebrations, Conferences, Assemblies, Museums, and of course in Competitions. We have been spotlighted in the Olympics and we have worked and traveled with […]
Byron Motley is a modern day Renaissance man. He is an accomplished singer/songwriter/filmmaker/lecturer/author and photographer. As a performer Byron has worked on Broadway and performed and recorded with such luminaries as Natalie Cole, Dionne Warwick, Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Barry Manilow, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Mary J. Blige, and the Boston Pops Orchestra. He has […]
Ballet Folklórico de Los Ángeles (BFLA) was founded in 2011 by Kareli Montoya. Though young, the dance company has already distinguished itself as the nation’s premier Mexican folkdance company. They have performed in world-class venues such as the Anaheim Convention Center, Orpheum Theater, Nokia Theater, Greek Theater, John Anson Ford Amphitheater, Santa Barbara Bowl, Valley […]
Our mission is to provide charity, education and entertainment, in order to advance our goal of sharing the various diverse cultures and the traditions of the world in our communities to promote social cohesion. We work collaboratively to help embrace and encourage a “one world-one people” with focus on unity and diversity to promote world […]
Mariachi Nuevo Amanecer de Luis Zambrano formed in late 2011 when a group of classmates decided to get together to play for La Virgen de Guadalupe. Based out of Huntington Park, the ensemble has performed all over Southern California alongside artists such as Espinoza Paz, Fernando Allende, and Lupillo Rivera. In addition, the ensemble has […]
The legacy of Sue B. Dance Company began with Eugene “Pineapple” Jackson. In 1922, Eugene Jackson started tap dancing for nickels and dimes on the streets of Los Angeles oon after, Jackson landed the role of “Pineapple” in Hal Roach’s endearing 1924 comedy series Our Gang. Jackson broke away from the other “little rascals” for […]
Mountain View Elementary School is located in the heart of Tujunga, CA which is part of LAUSD. Mountain View started implementing the Armenian Dual Language Program since the August of 2016. We are now in our 4th year of the program. The students are soaring academically in two languages. Mountain View is recognized in the […]
Hamazkayin’s “Barouyr-Sevag” Valley chapter HAS INSPIRED our community for more than 30 years, with instrumental Cultural successes, humbled with unparalleled respective volunteer’s platform of shared experiences. In course of the road displayed, “HAMAZKAYIN’s “BAROUYR SEVAG” NIARI DANCE GROUP was initiated by Mrs. Catherine Hairabedian in the yr 2000 – with only a handful of participants, […]
The Pasadena Crown City Chorus, a chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, was founded in 1941 and has been entertaining Southern California for nearly 79 years. Under the direction of John Minsker, a 52 year member, this ensemble is part of an International Society of tens of thousands of men and women around the world […]
Lead by Ruben Harutyunyan, you’ll enjoy listening to this trio as they perform traditional Armenian folk music.