Sunday, March 24

Conductor Jorge Luis Uzcátegui, first-year doctor of musical arts student, leads the UCLA Symphony in rehearsal Sunday evening. The symphony will be performing pieces from the Romantic period in Schoenberg Hall this Wednesday at 8 p.m.

UCLA Symphony performs Romantic period pieces in spring concert

Musicians from various majors "“ biology, art, English, history, global studies, neuroscience "“ come together as part of the UCLA Symphony to play classic Romantic pieces. Read more...

Photo: Conductor Jorge Luis Uzcátegui, first-year doctor of musical arts student, leads the UCLA Symphony in rehearsal Sunday evening. The symphony will be performing pieces from the Romantic period in Schoenberg Hall this Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Conductor Jorge Luis Uzcátegui, first-year doctor of musical arts student, leads the UCLA Symphony in rehearsal Sunday evening. The symphony will be performing pieces from the Romantic period in Schoenberg Hall this Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Naya Zamaana, the campus's premier South Asian a cappella group, consists of 14 students and blends Western music with traditional South Asian music.

Voices in sync with the music of two cultures

It is a Thursday night and the recreation room of Rieber Hall echoes with the dense classical Indian harmonies of an on-campus a cappella group as it constructs songs for its upcoming performances. Read more...

Photo: Naya Zamaana, the campus's premier South Asian a cappella group, consists of 14 students and blends Western music with traditional South Asian music.

Naya Zamaana, the campus's premier South Asian a cappella group, consists of 14 students and blends Western music with traditional South Asian music.

The UCLA student band No Insurance will perform at the Key Club on Saturday, blending hip-hop and punk styles. Several members of the band have been Spring Sing winners in the past, including in 2010.

Student band No Insurance sure to rock

No Insurance, a UCLA student-run band, was formed by students who shared a passion for good music. With that zealous attitude, the band started gaining popularity and became the stabilized band that it is known as today. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA student band No Insurance will perform at the Key Club on Saturday, blending hip-hop and punk styles. Several members of the band have been Spring Sing winners in the past, including in 2010.

The UCLA student band No Insurance will perform at the Key Club on Saturday, blending hip-hop and punk styles. Several members of the band have been Spring Sing winners in the past, including in 2010.

Fowler Out Loud will present Salsa Night in conjunction with the Salsa Society at UCLA and the Latin American Student Association.

Spicing up the Fowler Out Loud series with Salsa Night

While popular dance shows such as "Dancing with the Stars" have helped revive the feisty and flirtatious salsa dance to a hot dance floor genre, few of us actually know the first thing about the Latin art form. Read more...

Photo: Fowler Out Loud will present Salsa Night in conjunction with the Salsa Society at UCLA and the Latin American Student Association.

Fowler Out Loud will present Salsa Night in conjunction with the Salsa Society at UCLA and the Latin American Student Association.

Sound Bite: Janelle Monáe

"I'm just another weirdo, oh better yet, you can call me your hero," Janelle Monáe sings on her first full-length album, proudly crowning herself R&B's nerdiest diva with the aesthetic of André 3000-esque social consciousness and sci-fi love metaphors by way of Amerie's go-go funk and throat singing. Read more...



Band members of the Campus Crusade worship team perform in Broad Art Center's auditorium during the Campus Crusade for Christ's weekly meeting and worship service, Real Life. The meeting is held every Wednesday night at 6:30. Campus Crusade began in 1951 at UCLA and has spread to more than 2,000 campuses around the world.

Band showcases music and worship at Campus Crusade for Christ’s weekly Real Life meeting

Stepping into Broad Art Center's auditorium on a Wednesday evening feels like walking into a rock concert. Read more...

Photo: Band members of the Campus Crusade worship team perform in Broad Art Center's auditorium during the Campus Crusade for Christ's weekly meeting and worship service, Real Life. The meeting is held every Wednesday night at 6:30. Campus Crusade began in 1951 at UCLA and has spread to more than 2,000 campuses around the world.

Band members of the Campus Crusade worship team perform in Broad Art Center's auditorium during the Campus Crusade for Christ's weekly meeting and worship service, Real Life. The meeting is held every Wednesday night at 6:30. Campus Crusade began in 1951 at UCLA and has spread to more than 2,000 campuses around the world.


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