Monday, October 21


photo by: Rue Song

Prime | Faces of UCLA – Erin Ward

Clubs and extracurricular activities can often be shoved aside in the name of schoolwork, but Erin Ward's devotion to the ultimate goals of Dance Marathon permeates the rest of her life. Ward, a second-year psychology student, just completed her second year on the Dance Marathon committee as community outreach and education director. Read more...

photo by: Rue Song

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Electro-dance-rock quartet Seriously, formed in Diamond Bar, comes to the Fowler Museum tonight as part of the Fowler Out Loud concert series.
Electro-dance-rock quartet Seriously, formed in Diamond Bar, comes to the Fowler Museum tonight as part of the Fowler Out Loud concert series.

On Sunday in Royce Hall, the American Youth Symphony will perform works by noted Hollywood composer for film scores, Jerry Goldsmith.

From the big screen to the concert hall

Film music rarely ever graces the stage away from the screen, but on Sunday, the American Youth Symphony will perform works by noted Hollywood composer Jerry Goldsmith. The concert, which will follow a symposium discussing the music and life of Goldsmith, is the second of a three-part chronological series dedicated to showcasing some of Goldsmith's works, including the scores for "Alien," "The Omen" and "Star Trek." Read more...

On Sunday in Royce Hall, the American Youth Symphony will perform works by noted Hollywood composer for film scores, Jerry Goldsmith.

Celebrity authors share their second art

Whether they are actors, political activists or even the second man to walk on the moon, stars of all sorts have found the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books to be the perfect place to extend their reach into a different art. Read more...


Saxophone Professor Doug Masek will perform tonight at Schoenberg Hall alongside professors Juliana Gondek and Rakefet Hak. The trio founded an unconventional blend of piano, vocals and saxophone.

Sax as new pitch of voice

When asked to picture a singer performing with a saxophone player, chances are an image of some smoky old jazz club will come to mind. However, for a group of UCLA music professors, that image is only one of many styles that can come from combining sax with voice. From opera to cabaret, the chamber group unites classical and jazz saxophonists, vocalists, pianists and other players in a concert showing just how versatile voice and sax pairings can be. Read more...

Saxophone Professor Doug Masek will perform tonight at Schoenberg Hall alongside professors Juliana Gondek and Rakefet Hak. The trio founded an unconventional blend of piano, vocals and saxophone.


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