Sunday, August 25



Second-year ethnomusicology student Owen Clapp (left) and fourth-year anthropology student Joshua Halpern (right) play in the alternative rock band Pangolin, along with fourth-year anthropology student Kevin Farzad, Reuben Moss and B. Willing James, Halpern's older brother. The band will open for Dawes today at 7 p.m. in Royce Hall.

Alternative rock band Pangolin to play in Royce Hall tonight as part of UCLA Arts Party

Enter "pangolin" into Google and you would find a definition of a scaly anteater native to Africa and Asia. But Pangolin is also the name of the UCLA-based alternative rock band which is opening for rock band Dawes at Royce Hall today at 7 p.m. as a part of the UCLA Arts Party. Read more...

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Second-year ethnomusicology student Owen Clapp (left) and fourth-year anthropology student Joshua Halpern (right) play in the alternative rock band Pangolin, along with fourth-year anthropology student Kevin Farzad, Reuben Moss and B. Willing James, Halpern's older brother. The band will open for Dawes today at 7 p.m. in Royce Hall.

Second-year ethnomusicology student Owen Clapp (left) and fourth-year anthropology student Joshua Halpern (right) play in the alternative rock band Pangolin, along with fourth-year anthropology student Kevin Farzad, Reuben Moss and B. Willing James, Halpern's older brother. The band will open for Dawes today at 7 p.m. in Royce Hall.


The Bricks is a music group comprised of eight students, formed by the L.A. County Human Relations Commission and the nonprofit group Oneness.
(Courtesy: Fidel Rodriguez)

Multicultural band The Bricks highlights conscious music to send message of tolerance

"This land is your land. This land is my land." They're 70-year-old lyrics, but their message of equality has been reintroduced in "This Land," the debut single by the social awareness band, The Bricks. Read more...

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The Bricks is a music group comprised of eight students, formed by the L.A. County Human Relations Commission and the nonprofit group Oneness.
(Courtesy: Fidel Rodriguez)

The Bricks is a music group comprised of eight students, formed by the L.A. County Human Relations Commission and the nonprofit group Oneness.
(Courtesy: Fidel Rodriguez)

First-year music student Trina Bowman performs the Spring solo from Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" during a recent rehearsal. She will perform the solo tonight.

World-class faculty to accompany first-year violinists in Antonio Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons”

Scotch-taped to the front of strings Professor Movses Pogossian's studio door is a quote from Russian violinist Yehudi Menuhin: "The violinist is that peculiarly human phenomenon distilled to a rare potency "“ half tiger, half poet." This evening, a group of UCLA's first-year violin students will attempt to live up to those words. Read more...

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First-year music student Trina Bowman performs the Spring solo from Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" during a recent rehearsal. She will perform the solo tonight.

First-year music student Trina Bowman performs the Spring solo from Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" during a recent rehearsal. She will perform the solo tonight.

Alumna Manda Paul, fourth-year world arts and cultures student Erica Rey and fourth-year communications student Skyler Gray will each perform their own distinct music tonight for Songwriter Sirens, a female singer-songwriter themed edition of the Fowler Out Loud concert series.

Romance inspires Bruin musicians’ original, cultural songs for Songwriter Sirens, part of Fowler Out Loud series

Singer-songwriter "“ it's a term that brings to mind the image of a musician playing his original songs in the darkly lit corner of a coffeehouse. Read more...

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Alumna Manda Paul, fourth-year world arts and cultures student Erica Rey and fourth-year communications student Skyler Gray will each perform their own distinct music tonight for Songwriter Sirens, a female singer-songwriter themed edition of the Fowler Out Loud concert series.

Alumna Manda Paul, fourth-year world arts and cultures student Erica Rey and fourth-year communications student Skyler Gray will each perform their own distinct music tonight for Songwriter Sirens, a female singer-songwriter themed edition of the Fowler Out Loud concert series.


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