Thursday, November 15

The UCLA Wind Ensemble, which brings together the talents of UCLA's top faculty and student musicians, will be performing Wednesday at Schoenberg Hall under the direction of Thomas Lee. The ensemble, shown during a rehearsal on Wednesday, will perform a variety of numbers from an even broader range of musical genres, often under the direction of student conductors who are rotated in from the ensemble's ranks.

Ensemble taps faculty, student talent

Combining the talents of UCLA's top instrumental musicians, conductors, and world-renowned faculty members, the UCLA Wind Ensemble will present a concert featuring classic repertoire alongside more modern works, including a rock song turned band piece. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Wind Ensemble, which brings together the talents of UCLA's top faculty and student musicians, will be performing Wednesday at Schoenberg Hall under the direction of Thomas Lee. The ensemble, shown during a rehearsal on Wednesday, will perform a variety of numbers from an even broader range of musical genres, often under the direction of student conductors who are rotated in from the ensemble's ranks.

The UCLA Wind Ensemble, which brings together the talents of UCLA's top faculty and student musicians, will be performing Wednesday at Schoenberg Hall under the direction of Thomas Lee. The ensemble, shown during a rehearsal on Wednesday, will perform a variety of numbers from an even broader range of musical genres, often under the direction of student conductors who are rotated in from the ensemble's ranks.





Concert Review: Randy Newman

About halfway through his two-hour set Friday night at Royce Hall, Randy Newman lost track of his own song. Granted it was one of the newer ones, "Laugh and Be Happy," from his 2008 album "Harps and Angels," but it was still his song, and it wasn't the first mistake he'd made. Read more...


Concert Review: Max Raabe and the Palast Orchester

As the 12-member Palast Orchester began to play Thursday night, and Max Raabe stepped out with his distinctive baritone, impeccably dressed in coat and tails, Royce Hall was immediately transformed into an elegant ballroom of the bygone era of the 1920s and '30s. Read more...



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