Our own music publishing company
CTRL-ENT.  will be a modern publishing company run by the students in the Music Industry and Media class with close association with students in the Business Interactive Technology (BIT), Communication Arts (CAA), and the Academy of Music.Their goal is to become a fully student-based record label and publisher, providing fellow students and other members of our community with recording, copyrighting, PRO memberships, licensing, promotion, sales and more.
This is a great time to get involved from the ground up in what promises to be a very innovative and exciting curriculum filled with potential career opportunities.
In the recording class and business class, two separate classes that meet the same period, students can select which aspect of music they would like to focus on such as Marketing, Recording Engineering, Crew, Artist and Repertoire, Law and Legal, etc.
Big plans are in the making for next year with auditioning and signing artists, music festivals, and more.
If you are interested contact Mr. Bruning at rbruning@lausd.net. or at the company address


Piano Recital
Tuesday, May 19 at 7:00 PM in A2. It's a lovely evening so come.
Jazz does it again.
After a spectacular year Jazz finishes out the competition season with 1st place win
at Super Jazz at the Ranch.
Keelan Walters won outstanding soloist and a full scholarship to Standford Summer Jazz Camp.
Spring Dance Recital is almost here.
Friday and Saturday at 8:00 and Saturday at 2:00.
Some of the best student performances in town.. 150 Dancers.
Student Choreography and more. Tickets available on this website.
We took a break for a few years but now we're back stronger than ever.
6:00 pm -7:30 features Music Technology Concert in A-7,
Art Show in Student Cafeteria
Spring Dance Recital at 8:00
And food trucks for the hungry. Don't miss out on all this fun.
Congratulations to Keilani Coquia.
Keilani has been accepted into the George Washington University pre-college program for the summer. Go Keilani.
Bravo to Isaiah Tulanda!
Isaiah was accepted to the Junior Statesmen JSA Summer School program at Georgetown University where he will take Speech and Political Communication with a diverse group of student from around the nation.
More good news for our students.
Yoo Jee Kim and Edilila Foster were both awarded College Prep Scholarships from Questbridge . This scholarships provides the students with full scholarships to summer programs at at any of the following Universities: Stanford, Yale, Emory and Penn among others and qualifies them for the National College Match that would pay for their entire tuition to the college of their choice!
Save the Date! Gala, May 30, 2015
Its a party, its a concert. Join us for both on May 30. This year's theme is the
Fabulous 40's. Party starts at 6:00pm with food trucks and fun. Performance at 7:30.
Tickets available online or at the door.
Event at Emerson Middle School
Brava to the Dance Team
The Dance team competed at Six Flags Magic Mountain with Miss Drill Team USA, on Sunday, April 26.
winning 1st place in the following divisions: Pom, Medium Hip Hop and Small Lyrical.
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Gala: The Fabulous 40's.
Date: 5/30/2015, 7:30 PM
Location: NJP Concert Hall

Norm Pattiz Concert Hall

The 600-seat Norman J. Pattiz Concert Hall at Hamilton High School was renovated and subsequently dedicated in February 1989. Mr. Pattiz is the Founder of Westwood One and is currently CEO of Courtside Entertainment Group. He graduated from Hamilton High School in 1960. Every year over 60 concerts including drama, dance & musical theater productions are performed in the Norman J. Pattiz Concert Hall.

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