Wednesday, November 14

Terri Lyne Carrington, the first woman to win a Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental Album, will perform in Royce Hall on Friday. Carrington created the Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice at Berklee College of Music because she said she noticed fewer women involved in instrumental aspects of jazz. (Courtesy of Tracy Love)
Terri Lyne Carrington, the first woman to win a Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental Album, will perform in Royce Hall on Friday. Carrington created the Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice at Berklee College of Music because she said she noticed fewer women involved in instrumental aspects of jazz. (Courtesy of Tracy Love)

Foundations Choreography offers weekly Saturday Sessions meant to teach participants new styles of dance as well as the art form’s history. Director Alex Byun said the group presents a space for students to explore urban dance styles without worrying about perfecting the skills. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)
Foundations Choreography offers weekly Saturday Sessions meant to teach participants new styles of dance as well as the art form’s history. Director Alex Byun said the group presents a space for students to explore urban dance styles without worrying about perfecting the skills. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

The Russian String Orchestra will play a composition in Schoenberg Hall by doctoral student Shahab Paranj. The orchestra performed the student-composed works in Moscow, but will bring them to the West Coast for their Monday performance.
(Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)

Cultural harmony found in concert with Russian String Orchestra, UCLA composers

Six chosen UCLA student composers will finally hear their works performed live after traveling on a full tour in Moscow. UCLA music professor Richard Danielpour, along with other members of the composition faculty, recently sifted through 30 submitted works by student composers and chose six of them they believed would be worthy of being played by the Russian String Orchestra across Russia. Read more...

The Russian String Orchestra will play a composition in Schoenberg Hall by doctoral student Shahab Paranj. The orchestra performed the student-composed works in Moscow, but will bring them to the West Coast for their Monday performance.
(Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)

(Creative Commons photo courtesy of rodrigoferrari/Wikimedia Commons)
(Creative Commons photo courtesy of rodrigoferrari/Wikimedia Commons)

(Elysia Ouyang/Daily Bruin)
(Elysia Ouyang/Daily Bruin)

The student ensemble Mariachi de Uclatán will perform its Día de los Muertos performance as part of the Fowler Out Loud series. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)
The student ensemble Mariachi de Uclatán will perform its Día de los Muertos performance as part of the Fowler Out Loud series. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Jive, a livestreaming website for musicians, is in its beta phase. Artists can use Jive to accumulate viewers, acquire donations and perform to a live audience online, said Elias DeFaria, a third-year cognitive science student and CEO of Jive. (Courtesy of Jive Music, LLC)

New livestreaming platform brings live music to center stage

Up-and-coming streaming musicians will no longer have to be stuck within a gamer community like they are on Twitch. Released as a beta in July, Jive is a streaming platform on which artists can perform music to a live audience, accumulate viewers and receive donations and feedback, said Elias DeFaria, a third-year cognitive science student and CEO of Jive. Read more...

Jive, a livestreaming website for musicians, is in its beta phase. Artists can use Jive to accumulate viewers, acquire donations and perform to a live audience online, said Elias DeFaria, a third-year cognitive science student and CEO of Jive. (Courtesy of Jive Music, LLC)


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