Wednesday, April 24

Busta Rhymes will perform at Hip-Hop Explosion 2010 at Ackerman Grand 
Ballroom tonight at 8. Busta Rhymes has produced five platinum records.

Hip-Hop Explosion tonight in Ackerman

Hip-hop will (figuratively) explode on campus tonight with a performance from Busta Rhymes and E-40 in Ackerman Grand Ballroom. Read more...

Photo: Busta Rhymes will perform at Hip-Hop Explosion 2010 at Ackerman Grand Ballroom tonight at 8. Busta Rhymes has produced five platinum records.

Busta Rhymes will perform at Hip-Hop Explosion 2010 at Ackerman Grand 
Ballroom tonight at 8. Busta Rhymes has produced five platinum records.

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...



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