Saturday, July 21

The Primaries, a new jazz collective started by students Ryan Yoo and Sally Chung, will perform together for the first time at Kerckhoff Coffeehouse tonight as part of the Cultural Affairs Commission’s concert series.

Jazz collective The Primaries performs for first time at Kerckhoff

In just six short months, The Primaries have gone from an idea to an eight-person collective. Read more...

Photo: The Primaries, a new jazz collective started by students Ryan Yoo and Sally Chung, will perform together for the first time at Kerckhoff Coffeehouse tonight as part of the Cultural Affairs Commission’s concert series.

The Primaries, a new jazz collective started by students Ryan Yoo and Sally Chung, will perform together for the first time at Kerckhoff Coffeehouse tonight as part of the Cultural Affairs Commission’s concert series.



Andris Mattson, Amber Navran and Max Bryk met while studying jazz performances at USC before forming the band Moonchild in the summer of 2011. Since then, they have opened for Stevie Wonder at a benefit concert. The group is set to perform tonight in the Kerchkoff Coffeehouse.

Jazz musicians from USC set to perform at UCLA for CAC concert series

The crosstown rivalry will be put aside for a night of music as two groups consisting primarily of USC alumni get ready to perform at UCLA. Read more...

Photo: Andris Mattson, Amber Navran and Max Bryk met while studying jazz performances at USC before forming the band Moonchild in the summer of 2011. Since then, they have opened for Stevie Wonder at a benefit concert. The group is set to perform tonight in the Kerchkoff Coffeehouse.

Andris Mattson, Amber Navran and Max Bryk met while studying jazz performances at USC before forming the band Moonchild in the summer of 2011. Since then, they have opened for Stevie Wonder at a benefit concert. The group is set to perform tonight in the Kerchkoff Coffeehouse.

Lionel Richie (right) and Quincy Jones (middle) were the most recent guest speakers in music industry professor Ken Kragen’s class “Stardom Strategies for Musicians.”

Music industry professor brings influential speakers to class

Lionel Richie’s career advice for the aspiring musicians of Music Industry 106 drew upon his own experiences – and failures – as a young musician trying to make it as a solo artist. Read more...

Photo: Lionel Richie (right) and Quincy Jones (middle) were the most recent guest speakers in music industry professor Ken Kragen’s class “Stardom Strategies for Musicians.”

Lionel Richie (right) and Quincy Jones (middle) were the most recent guest speakers in music industry professor Ken Kragen’s class “Stardom Strategies for Musicians.”

UCLA alumnus Martin Shapiro is the writer and creator of “Chopper,” a 21st-century take on “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” that tells the story of a headless outlaw biker who collects the souls of sinners in the afterlife. Shapiro and fellow alumnus J.C. Christofilis are working to adapt the nine-episode web series into a feature film.

Web series ‘Chopper’ heads off to the big screen

The tattoos, motorcycles and horror of the web series “Chopper” are a far cry from other imaginations of Ichabod Crane and the legend of Sleepy Hollow. The series offers a 21st-century interpretation of what the Headless Horseman would look like today. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumnus Martin Shapiro is the writer and creator of “Chopper,” a 21st-century take on “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” that tells the story of a headless outlaw biker who collects the souls of sinners in the afterlife. Shapiro and fellow alumnus J.C. Christofilis are working to adapt the nine-episode web series into a feature film.

UCLA alumnus Martin Shapiro is the writer and creator of “Chopper,” a 21st-century take on “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” that tells the story of a headless outlaw biker who collects the souls of sinners in the afterlife. Shapiro and fellow alumnus J.C. Christofilis are working to adapt the nine-episode web series into a feature film.

Dramatic web series “EastSiders,” which premiered on Dec. 14, tells the story of a gay couple living in Silverlake who must deal with the effects of infidelity on their relationship.

UCLA student a triple threat in ‘EastSiders’

Kit Williamson has come a long way since his humble beginnings in Jackson, Miss., where he took summer classes in Shakespeare and performed in plays such as “Romeo and Juliet” and “Macbeth.” “I was always thinking up stories and trying to explore things that were different from me and let my imagination run wild,” Williamson said. Read more...

Photo: Dramatic web series “EastSiders,” which premiered on Dec. 14, tells the story of a gay couple living in Silverlake who must deal with the effects of infidelity on their relationship.

Dramatic web series “EastSiders,” which premiered on Dec. 14, tells the story of a gay couple living in Silverlake who must deal with the effects of infidelity on their relationship.


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