Sunday, July 21

Third-year theater student Melinda Porto and second-year ethnomusicology student Taylor Fugit of the ScatterTones will perform along with Random Voices and Bruin Harmony a capella groups during this year's Spring Sing on Friday, May 14 at Pauley Pavilion at 8 p.m.

A capella groups to face off Friday

As the date of Spring Sing inches closer, three of UCLA's a capella groups are geared up to deliver an enthralling performance, in hopes of walking off with the top honors. Read more...

Photo: Third-year theater student Melinda Porto and second-year ethnomusicology student Taylor Fugit of the ScatterTones will perform along with Random Voices and Bruin Harmony a capella groups during this year's Spring Sing on Friday, May 14 at Pauley Pavilion at 8 p.m.

Third-year theater student Melinda Porto and second-year ethnomusicology student Taylor Fugit of the ScatterTones will perform along with Random Voices and Bruin Harmony a capella groups during this year's Spring Sing on Friday, May 14 at Pauley Pavilion at 8 p.m.

Guitarist and singer Katie Boeck, a fourth-year theater student, is one of three soloists competing this Friday during the annual Spring Sing at Pauley Pavilion.

Three singers to perform solo

A cappella teams are all about group effort, but on Friday, May 14, three members of campus a cappella groups will be taking the Spring Sing stage as solo performers. Read more...

Photo: Guitarist and singer Katie Boeck, a fourth-year theater student, is one of three soloists competing this Friday during the annual Spring Sing at Pauley Pavilion.

Guitarist and singer Katie Boeck, a fourth-year theater student, is one of three soloists competing this Friday during the annual Spring Sing at Pauley Pavilion.


Sound Bite: The National

In the fast-paced world of music criticism, where the blogosphere fuels hype and backlash all before an album is even officially released, The National is pulling off an incredible feat. Read more...


The UCLA Brazilian Ensemble performs in 2006. They play sacred music, brought to South America by African slaves. Musicians were persecuted by the Brazilian government and church for communicating polytheistic values.

It’s Hammer time for UCLA ensembles

Sounds of atabaque and surdo drums playing sacred music that tells the tales of African slaves and traditional Bulgarian a cappella folk songs accompanied by contemporary instruments will be coming from UCLA. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Brazilian Ensemble performs in 2006. They play sacred music, brought to South America by African slaves. Musicians were persecuted by the Brazilian government and church for communicating polytheistic values.

The UCLA Brazilian Ensemble performs in 2006. They play sacred music, brought to South America by African slaves. Musicians were persecuted by the Brazilian government and church for communicating polytheistic values.

Random Voices, one of the all-girl a cappella groups at UCLA, will participate in the ninth annual California A Cappella Festival taking place Saturday. There will be two performances at Ackerman Grand Ballroom.

Random Voices unite a cappella singers

In the 10 years that Random Voices have been performing, their main concert event is the one they will host on Saturday: the ninth annual California A Cappella Festival. Read more...

Photo: Random Voices, one of the all-girl a cappella groups at UCLA, will participate in the ninth annual California A Cappella Festival taking place Saturday. There will be two performances at Ackerman Grand Ballroom.

Random Voices, one of the all-girl a cappella groups at UCLA, will participate in the ninth annual California A Cappella Festival taking place Saturday. There will be two performances at Ackerman Grand Ballroom.



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