Wednesday, April 24

David MacFadyen, professor of Slavic languages and literatures, created and maintains the website "Far from Moscow." The site gathers music by artists throughout Eastern Europe, including not only Russia but also the Baltic nations, Belarus and Ukraine.

RUSSIAN POP CZAR

From halfway across the world, a single music fan is doing his part to build localized music scenes in Russia, a country with a music scene ravaged by piracy. Read more...

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David MacFadyen, professor of Slavic languages and literatures, created and maintains the website "Far from Moscow." The site gathers music by artists throughout Eastern Europe, including not only Russia but also the Baltic nations, Belarus and Ukraine.

David MacFadyen, professor of Slavic languages and literatures, created and maintains the website "Far from Moscow." The site gathers music by artists throughout Eastern Europe, including not only Russia but also the Baltic nations, Belarus and Ukraine.

The show "Pandemonium," from the creators of the international smash hit "Stomp," will be playing in Royce Hall tonight through Nov. 18. Musicians use everyday items as musical instruments to create a full-stage orchestra.

	courtesy of STEVE MCNICHOLAS

Internationally acclaimed show ‘Pandemonium’, an orchestra with everyday objects, to be performed in Royce Hall

An assortment of sounds fills a hall full of viewers, some sounds whispering sweet melodies, others bellowing. Read more...

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The show "Pandemonium," from the creators of the international smash hit "Stomp," will be playing in Royce Hall tonight through Nov. 18. Musicians use everyday items as musical instruments to create a full-stage orchestra.

courtesy of STEVE MCNICHOLAS

The show "Pandemonium," from the creators of the international smash hit "Stomp," will be playing in Royce Hall tonight through Nov. 18. Musicians use everyday items as musical instruments to create a full-stage orchestra.

	courtesy of STEVE MCNICHOLAS



Dengue Fever, a Cambodian psychedelic rock group, will provide a live score to the stop-motion film "The Lost World" in Royce Hall today as a part of the UCLA Live concert series. The band was formed by Ethan Holtzman and his brother, inspired by Holtzman's trip in 1997 to the Southeast Asian country.

	Courtesy of DAVE PERKES

Fever in Royce

Ethan Holtzman can still recall the first time he heard 1960s-era Cambodian pop music. Read more...

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Dengue Fever, a Cambodian psychedelic rock group, will provide a live score to the stop-motion film "The Lost World" in Royce Hall today as a part of the UCLA Live concert series. The band was formed by Ethan Holtzman and his brother, inspired by Holtzman's trip in 1997 to the Southeast Asian country.

Courtesy of DAVE PERKES

Dengue Fever, a Cambodian psychedelic rock group, will provide a live score to the stop-motion film "The Lost World" in Royce Hall today as a part of the UCLA Live concert series. The band was formed by Ethan Holtzman and his brother, inspired by Holtzman's trip in 1997 to the Southeast Asian country.

	Courtesy of DAVE PERKES

Members of the Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra will perform select classical pieces at the Grand Lounge of the Ebell of Los Angeles tonight at 8 p.m.

	COURTESY of STEVE MOYER

Doctors take the musical stage

During the day they save lives, but come evening, the story changes. These medical professionals trade in their stethoscopes and scrubs for sheet music, bows, brass and reeds to become the Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra. Read more...

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Members of the Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra will perform select classical pieces at the Grand Lounge of the Ebell of Los Angeles tonight at 8 p.m.

COURTESY of STEVE MOYER

Members of the Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra will perform select classical pieces at the Grand Lounge of the Ebell of Los Angeles tonight at 8 p.m.

	COURTESY of STEVE MOYER

Open mic night amplifies Westwood

Sundays aren't a typical night to go out on the town. However, in between finishing forgotten homework, Sundays also offer Bruins the chance to express themselves at "Amplify," Westwood Brewing Company's open mic night. Read more...



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