Thursday, July 20

(Courtesy of Chris Whitaker/Geffen Playhouse)
(Courtesy of Chris Whitaker/Geffen Playhouse)

U2 celebrated the 30th anniversary of its 1987 album, "The Joshua Tree," at the Rose Bowl on Saturday night, performing songs like "Sunday Bloody Sunday" and "Where The Streets Have No Name." (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)
U2 celebrated the 30th anniversary of its 1987 album, "The Joshua Tree," at the Rose Bowl on Saturday night, performing songs like "Sunday Bloody Sunday" and "Where The Streets Have No Name." (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Kaley Powers/Daily Bruin)
(Kaley Powers/Daily Bruin)

Spring Sing talent directors Kayla Samuels, Chelsey Brody and Angela Navas and executive director Paige Allenspach (left to right) were on the committee that chose the final 17 performers who will appear on stage on Friday. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)
Spring Sing talent directors Kayla Samuels, Chelsey Brody and Angela Navas and executive director Paige Allenspach (left to right) were on the committee that chose the final 17 performers who will appear on stage on Friday. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)

Music composition students Nicholas Carlozzi and Vittorio Russo and music student William Cabison (left to right) were commissioned to create compositions for the Los Robles Master Chorale. Their works will be premiered on Saturday at the Church of the Epiphany. (Habeba Mostafa/ Daily Bruin)

Los Robles Master Chorale to perform three UCLA student compositions

The Los Robles Master Chorale’s Saturday performance will feature the world premieres of three UCLA student compositions. The pieces “America,” “E Novem Punctis Unum” and “Loam” by students Nicholas Carlozzi, Vittorio Russo and William Cabison, respectively, were commissioned in fall 2016 by Lesley Leighton, the artistic director of the Los Robles Master Chorale and a former choral composition instructor at UCLA from 2014 to 2016. Read more...

Music composition students Nicholas Carlozzi and Vittorio Russo and music student William Cabison (left to right) were commissioned to create compositions for the Los Robles Master Chorale. Their works will be premiered on Saturday at the Church of the Epiphany. (Habeba Mostafa/ Daily Bruin)

Stephanie Allain, who previously taught producing at UCLA Extension, is an executive producer of the Netlix series "Dear White People," which was filmed in multiple locations on the UCLA campus. (Adam Rose/Netflix)
Stephanie Allain, who previously taught producing at UCLA Extension, is an executive producer of the Netlix series "Dear White People," which was filmed in multiple locations on the UCLA campus. (Adam Rose/Netflix)

Singer-songwriter Allene Norton records music for her 1980's-inspired synth-pop project, Cellars. Cellars released its most recent album, "Phases," in 2016. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)

On the Rise: Cellars

In “On the Rise,” the Daily Bruin profiles up-and-coming musicians in Los Angeles. Though our subjects do not necessarily have direct connections with UCLA, they are artists who have brought their sounds to Los Angeles and have taken advantage of opportunities within the city’s thriving music scene. Read more...

Singer-songwriter Allene Norton records music for her 1980's-inspired synth-pop project, Cellars. Cellars released its most recent album, "Phases," in 2016. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)