Saturday, June 15

Country music star Hunter Hayes released his first single, "Heartbreak," following a three-year break from releasing music. He will perform at The Fonda Theatre on Saturday.
(Courtesy of Brenton Giesey)

Q&A: Hunter Hayes aims to sing different tune among country genre, releases new single

Heartbreak isn’t a bad thing – it gets people closer to where they’re going, Hunter Hayes said. Whether it’s his music career or love life, the country music star said “Heartbreak” is more than just the title of his latest single. Read more...

Photo: Country music star Hunter Hayes released his first single, "Heartbreak," following a three-year break from releasing music. He will perform at The Fonda Theatre on Saturday. (Courtesy of Brenton Giesey)

Country music star Hunter Hayes released his first single, "Heartbreak," following a three-year break from releasing music. He will perform at The Fonda Theatre on Saturday.
(Courtesy of Brenton Giesey)

Jon Boogz and Lil Buck will perform "Love Heals All Wounds" in Royce Hall on Thursday. The duo founded Movement Art Is, a group that uses movement to comment on social issues, such as racial injustice. (Courtesy of Ney Coelho)

Dance duo makes social discourse accessible through movement

Jon Boogz and Lil Buck established Movement Art Is in 2016 with just one mission – to inspire change through dance. The dance group uses movement artistry to voice its concerns about social issues like mass incarceration and racial injustice, Boogz said. Read more...

Photo: Jon Boogz and Lil Buck will perform "Love Heals All Wounds" in Royce Hall on Thursday. The duo founded Movement Art Is, a group that uses movement to comment on social issues, such as racial injustice. (Courtesy of Ney Coelho)

Jon Boogz and Lil Buck will perform "Love Heals All Wounds" in Royce Hall on Thursday. The duo founded Movement Art Is, a group that uses movement to comment on social issues, such as racial injustice. (Courtesy of Ney Coelho)

The all-male a capella group Bruin Harmony won both the UCLA Prytanean Alumnae Award for best a capella and the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award. A panel of 10 celebrity judges voted on nine of the ten awards, electing winners for all but the Bruin Choice Award, which audience members voted for via text. 
(MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

A cappella group Bruin Harmony takes top prize at Spring Sing 2019

This post was updated on May 21 at 8:53 a.m. Bruin Harmony won best a cappella group at last year’s Spring Sing and returned victorious, taking the top prize of the night. Read more...

Photo: The all-male a capella group Bruin Harmony won both the UCLA Prytanean Alumnae Award for best a capella and the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award. A panel of 10 celebrity judges voted on nine of the ten awards, electing winners for all but the Bruin Choice Award, which audience members voted for via text. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

The all-male a capella group Bruin Harmony won both the UCLA Prytanean Alumnae Award for best a capella and the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award. A panel of 10 celebrity judges voted on nine of the ten awards, electing winners for all but the Bruin Choice Award, which audience members voted for via text. 
(MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)


David Marcus and Sofie Sheldon became friends working and playing music together at Camp Kesem. Sheldon will sing her original song "Back to Venus" at Spring Sing, and Marcus will accompany her on the guitar. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Duo Sofie and David’s performance draws from jazz training, fireside camp songs

Sofie Sheldon and David Marcus once played traditional camp-themed music together at Camp Kesem. Now they will take the Spring Sing stage as a singer-songwriter duo. Read more...

Photo: David Marcus and Sofie Sheldon became friends working and playing music together at Camp Kesem. Sheldon will sing her original song "Back to Venus" at Spring Sing, and Marcus will accompany her on the guitar. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

David Marcus and Sofie Sheldon became friends working and playing music together at Camp Kesem. Sheldon will sing her original song "Back to Venus" at Spring Sing, and Marcus will accompany her on the guitar. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Members of a cappella group Bruin Harmony will perform a rendition of John Mayer's "Gravity" at Spring Sing. The song and the choreography used will reflect themes of resilience and unity, group members said. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

A cappella and choreography bring emotional ‘Gravity’ to Bruin Harmony’s rendition

Bruin Harmony will take the Spring Sing stage again this year, after winning the a cappella category in 2018. The group consists of 19 members, some of whom featured in last year’s champion team. Read more...

Photo: Members of a cappella group Bruin Harmony will perform a rendition of John Mayer's "Gravity" at Spring Sing. The song and the choreography used will reflect themes of resilience and unity, group members said. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Members of a cappella group Bruin Harmony will perform a rendition of John Mayer's "Gravity" at Spring Sing. The song and the choreography used will reflect themes of resilience and unity, group members said. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Matheus Gorski, a fourth-year electrical engineering student, and Jahanvi Srinivasan, a fourth-year psychology student, will perform as a duo. Hailing from Brazil and India respectively, they will bring their individual musical influences together for a song about reaching out for help. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)

Duo’s Spring Sing song to highlight importance of reaching out during hardship

Jahanvi Srinivasan and Matheus Gorski said they want to convey a simple message through an uncluttered song. At Spring Sing, the duo will perform “A Little Help.” Srinivasan, who wrote the song, said it is about asking for help during times of struggle – a message she hopes other students can relate to. Read more...

Photo: Matheus Gorski, a fourth-year electrical engineering student, and Jahanvi Srinivasan, a fourth-year psychology student, will perform as a duo. Hailing from Brazil and India respectively, they will bring their individual musical influences together for a song about reaching out for help. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)

Matheus Gorski, a fourth-year electrical engineering student, and Jahanvi Srinivasan, a fourth-year psychology student, will perform as a duo. Hailing from Brazil and India respectively, they will bring their individual musical influences together for a song about reaching out for help. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)