Monday, October 21

Butoh is a radical Japanese physical art form that will be taught at Kaufman Hall from Friday to Sunday. The performances can be elaborate performances with gold body paint but also more individualized with minimal costumery.(Courtesy of Nakajima Natsu)

Nakajima Natsu to teach Butoh, transformation of the body into a vessel for art

A radical Japanese dance workshop is being led by a pioneer of the form this weekend. Butoh, a physical art form that can incorporate myriad dance techniques, will be taught in a workshop at Kaufman Hall from Friday through Sunday. Read more...

Photo: Butoh is a radical Japanese physical art form that will be taught at Kaufman Hall from Friday to Sunday. The performances can be elaborate performances with gold body paint but also more individualized with minimal costumery.(Courtesy of Nakajima Natsu)

Butoh is a radical Japanese physical art form that will be taught at Kaufman Hall from Friday to Sunday. The performances can be elaborate performances with gold body paint but also more individualized with minimal costumery.(Courtesy of Nakajima Natsu)

English singer-songwriter dodie will be ending her “Human Tour” at the Hollywood Palladium on Friday. While performing, she said she loves looking out into the crowd and watching people sing along with their friends. (Courtesy of Parri Thomas)

Q&A: dodie discusses recent music, how her online presence has changed over the years

She is just a human but dodie said she knows when it’s the right time to share her art. Originally posting song covers to her YouTube channel doddleoddle, the English singer-songwriter has since gone on to amass over a million subscribers and 2 million monthly listeners on Spotify. Read more...

Photo: English singer-songwriter dodie will be ending her “Human Tour” at the Hollywood Palladium on Friday. While performing, she said she loves looking out into the crowd and watching people sing along with their friends. (Courtesy of Parri Thomas)

English singer-songwriter dodie will be ending her “Human Tour” at the Hollywood Palladium on Friday. While performing, she said she loves looking out into the crowd and watching people sing along with their friends. (Courtesy of Parri Thomas)


Performers CØLEMAN and Masego opened for DaBaby at this year's Bruin Bash at Pauley Pavilion. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Bruin Bash garners mixed reactions, safety concerns after DaBaby’s performance

Singer-songwriter Masego brought jazz to a Bruin Bash performance that was anything but smooth. The annual welcome-back concert was held in Pauley Pavilion on Monday, featuring openers CØLEMAN and Masego, followed by DaBaby as the opening act. Read more...

Photo: Performers CØLEMAN and Masego opened for DaBaby at this year's Bruin Bash at Pauley Pavilion. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)

Performers CØLEMAN and Masego opened for DaBaby at this year's Bruin Bash at Pauley Pavilion. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin staff)



UCLA Extension student Akasha Coral (left) and second-year music composition student Jahan Raymond (right) collaborated to create “Prelude,” a short film that primarily relies on Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C-sharp Minor to emphasize the narrative. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Student short film strikes chord through use of classical music in score

Movies often include a wide variety of music, but classical music isn’t highlighted as often on the silver screen. “Prelude,” however, puts classical music center stage as the film follows a covertly violent romantic relationship. Read more...

Photo: UCLA Extension student Akasha Coral (left) and second-year music composition student Jahan Raymond (right) collaborated to create “Prelude,” a short film that primarily relies on Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C-sharp Minor to emphasize the narrative. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Extension student Akasha Coral (left) and second-year music composition student Jahan Raymond (right) collaborated to create “Prelude,” a short film that primarily relies on Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C-sharp Minor to emphasize the narrative. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)