Tuesday, January 22

The largely student cast and pit of "Flight" rehearse on set. Based on the same events as the film "The Terminal," "Flight" will be premiering at UCLA's Freud Playhouse tonight and performances will continue through the weekend.

Opera’s L.A. debut led by students

It took a little more than a decade for Jonathan Dove's celebrated contemporary opera "Flight," which originally debuted in England, to make its West Coast premiere at UCLA's Freud Playhouse, where a slew of both undergraduate and graduate students will be starring in California's debut production. Read more...

Photo: The largely student cast and pit of "Flight" rehearse on set. Based on the same events as the film "The Terminal," "Flight" will be premiering at UCLA's Freud Playhouse tonight and performances will continue through the weekend.

The largely student cast and pit of "Flight" rehearse on set. Based on the same events as the film "The Terminal," "Flight" will be premiering at UCLA's Freud Playhouse tonight and performances will continue through the weekend.

On Sunday in Royce Hall, the American Youth Symphony will perform works by noted Hollywood composer for film scores, Jerry Goldsmith.

From the big screen to the concert hall

Film music rarely ever graces the stage away from the screen, but on Sunday, the American Youth Symphony will perform works by noted Hollywood composer Jerry Goldsmith. The concert, which will follow a symposium discussing the music and life of Goldsmith, is the second of a three-part chronological series dedicated to showcasing some of Goldsmith's works, including the scores for "Alien," "The Omen" and "Star Trek." Read more...

Photo: On Sunday in Royce Hall, the American Youth Symphony will perform works by noted Hollywood composer for film scores, Jerry Goldsmith.

On Sunday in Royce Hall, the American Youth Symphony will perform works by noted Hollywood composer for film scores, Jerry Goldsmith.

The Egyptian Theatre will premiere the new film, "Footprints," written and directed by Steven Peros, and featuring a score composed by UCLA alumnus Christopher Caliendo, pictured above. The film follows a woman with amnesia who wakes up on the footprints in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.

Alumnus leaves his mark in music

Aspiring actors and actresses from all over move to Hollywood, entertainment capital of the world, for their shot at fame and fortune. Read more...

Photo: The Egyptian Theatre will premiere the new film, "Footprints," written and directed by Steven Peros, and featuring a score composed by UCLA alumnus Christopher Caliendo, pictured above. The film follows a woman with amnesia who wakes up on the footprints in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.

The Egyptian Theatre will premiere the new film, "Footprints," written and directed by Steven Peros, and featuring a score composed by UCLA alumnus Christopher Caliendo, pictured above. The film follows a woman with amnesia who wakes up on the footprints in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.


Sound Bite: The Quiet

With all of the twee pop and slow-as-molasses indie music clogging the music industry, it's a breath of fresh air to hear a rock band unafraid to see if there's a little mileage left in a good guitar riff and straight-forward songwriting. Read more...


Ben Usen and David Kitz joined twin brothers Jesse and Matt Kivel to form Princeton, a Los Angeles-based indie band named after Princeton Street in Santa Monica. The group will perform tonight at the Troubadour.

Bruin takes time off to tour Europe with indie band Princeton

Ever since drummer David Kitz joined indie pop group Princeton, his life has been a balancing act. Read more...

Photo: Ben Usen and David Kitz joined twin brothers Jesse and Matt Kivel to form Princeton, a Los Angeles-based indie band named after Princeton Street in Santa Monica. The group will perform tonight at the Troubadour.

Ben Usen and David Kitz joined twin brothers Jesse and Matt Kivel to form Princeton, a Los Angeles-based indie band named after Princeton Street in Santa Monica. The group will perform tonight at the Troubadour.



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