Wednesday, June 26

Second-year ethnomusicology student and drummer Forrest Mitchell practices for the jazz combos concert.

All that jazz

It can tantalize you. Read more...

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Second-year ethnomusicology student and drummer Forrest Mitchell practices for the jazz combos concert.

Second-year ethnomusicology student and drummer Forrest Mitchell practices for the jazz combos concert.

Portuguese author Rui Silva will appear at Royce Hall tonight to present his new book, "You Make Me Real," a biography of The Doors. (courtesy of Rui Silva)

Portuguese biographer Rui Silva unlocks The Doors

Toward the end of Jim Morrison's life, he found a painting that inspired him, but he died in 1971 before he could write a poem about it. Read more...

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Portuguese author Rui Silva will appear at Royce Hall tonight to present his new book, "You Make Me Real," a biography of The Doors. (courtesy of Rui Silva)

Portuguese author Rui Silva will appear at Royce Hall tonight to present his new book, "You Make Me Real," a biography of The Doors. (courtesy of Rui Silva)


Fourth-year psychobiology student Connie Yang, a member of Bruin Music Tutors, teaches eighth-grader Elida Flores the violin at Daniel Webster Middle School.

Bruin Music Tutors offers free lessons to budding musicians at Daniel Webster Middle School

As snippets of songs from clarinets, basses and violins blend and clash, eighth-grader Elida Flores glides her bow across the strings of her instrument. Her tutor, fourth-year psychobiology student Connie Yang, sings the corresponding notes and taps her foot to the beat. Read more...

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Fourth-year psychobiology student Connie Yang, a member of Bruin Music Tutors, teaches eighth-grader Elida Flores the violin at Daniel Webster Middle School.

Fourth-year psychobiology student Connie Yang, a member of Bruin Music Tutors, teaches eighth-grader Elida Flores the violin at Daniel Webster Middle School.

Phoebe Ping (left), a third-year music performance student, Christopher Ahn, a music performance graduate student, and Jasmine Lau, a second-year music performance student of the UCLA Cello Studio will perform today in Powell rotunda.

Sweet Suites

On the outside, the Powell Library is a fixture on a modern, ever-evolving college campus. On the inside, however, it is a time capsule, walking the line between past and present. Read more...

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Phoebe Ping (left), a third-year music performance student, Christopher Ahn, a music performance graduate student, and Jasmine Lau, a second-year music performance student of the UCLA Cello Studio will perform today in Powell rotunda.

Phoebe Ping (left), a third-year music performance student, Christopher Ahn, a music performance graduate student, and Jasmine Lau, a second-year music performance student of the UCLA Cello Studio will perform today in Powell rotunda.

UCLA alumnus, Piti Sukavivatanachai, sings and plays guitar for the Santa Barbara-based experimental-rock band, Freaks in the Wild. They will be performing alongside a number of other bands on Saturday at Operation Montezuma in Los Angeles. The band uses improvisation in both their recordings and shows to keep things fresh. (EVAN JANKE)

Unique call of the ‘Freaks in the Wild’

At a first glance, members of the experimental-rock band Freaks in the Wild don't exactly live up to their name. Read more...

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UCLA alumnus, Piti Sukavivatanachai, sings and plays guitar for the Santa Barbara-based experimental-rock band, Freaks in the Wild. They will be performing alongside a number of other bands on Saturday at Operation Montezuma in Los Angeles. The band uses improvisation in both their recordings and shows to keep things fresh. (EVAN JANKE)

UCLA alumnus, Piti Sukavivatanachai, sings and plays guitar for the Santa Barbara-based experimental-rock band, Freaks in the Wild. They will be performing alongside a number of other bands on Saturday at Operation Montezuma in Los Angeles. The band uses improvisation in both their recordings and shows to keep things fresh. (EVAN JANKE)

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.


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