Tuesday, May 21


GOULD PIANO TRIO
Violinist Lucy Gould, pianist Ben Frith and cellist Alice Neary, who form the Gould Piano Trio, will perform their classical repertoire in Schoenberg Hall tonight.

Classical ensemble makes its way to L.A.

Formed about two decades ago, the Gould Piano Trio has objectively established a name for itself as one of the premier chamber ensembles in the world, and tonight they plan to bring their talent to the stage of Schoenberg Hall. Read more...

Photo: GOULD PIANO TRIO Violinist Lucy Gould, pianist Ben Frith and cellist Alice Neary, who form the Gould Piano Trio, will perform their classical repertoire in Schoenberg Hall tonight.

GOULD PIANO TRIO
Violinist Lucy Gould, pianist Ben Frith and cellist Alice Neary, who form the Gould Piano Trio, will perform their classical repertoire in Schoenberg Hall tonight.

courtesy of JUDY JOON
The band UPGROUND performed at last year's WorldFest. This year's event includes celebrations of food, music, film and art. Beginning today, students can participate in events such as an international coffee break and a WorldFest menu at the dining halls.

Fest offers taste of foreign

Showcasing global arts and culture, this year's annual WorldFest promises to be a passport to foreign flavors, flair and fun. Read more...

Photo: courtesy of JUDY JOON The band UPGROUND performed at last year's WorldFest. This year's event includes celebrations of food, music, film and art. Beginning today, students can participate in events such as an international coffee break and a WorldFest menu at the dining halls.

courtesy of JUDY JOON
The band UPGROUND performed at last year's WorldFest. This year's event includes celebrations of food, music, film and art. Beginning today, students can participate in events such as an international coffee break and a WorldFest menu at the dining halls.


Conductor Alexander Treger leads the American Youth Symphony in Royce Hall. The symphony features pre-professional talent from the Los Angeles area performing works by Igor Stravinsky and Sergei Rachmaninoff.

American Youth Symphony performing at Royce Hall

Incorporating young talent from all over Los Angeles and the surrounding areas, the American Youth Symphony aims to provide pre-professional musicians with the skills they need to earn places in top orchestras. Read more...

Photo: Conductor Alexander Treger leads the American Youth Symphony in Royce Hall. The symphony features pre-professional talent from the Los Angeles area performing works by Igor Stravinsky and Sergei Rachmaninoff.

Conductor Alexander Treger leads the American Youth Symphony in Royce Hall. The symphony features pre-professional talent from the Los Angeles area performing works by Igor Stravinsky and Sergei Rachmaninoff.

Professor and guitarist Peter Yates performs tonight at the Jan Popper Theater at 8 p.m. alongside performances by local guest musicians.

UCLA professor transforms the guitar in shape-shifting concert

Shape-shifting is not just for wizards and politicians anymore "“ Professor Peter Yates is applying the concept to guitar as he plays multiple shapes of the instrument and produces a variety of sounds this evening. Read more...

Photo: Professor and guitarist Peter Yates performs tonight at the Jan Popper Theater at 8 p.m. alongside performances by local guest musicians.

Professor and guitarist Peter Yates performs tonight at the Jan Popper Theater at 8 p.m. alongside performances by local guest musicians.

ENGINEERING SOCIETY of UCLA
Members of UCLA's Engineering Society are preparing for tonight's "E-Week Idol," a talent competition that showcases the group's non-engineering skills and artistic endeavors. The event is part of Engineering Week.

Engineers showcase talents in competition

There are people, undoubtedly, who believe that engineering and belly-dancing are mutually exclusive. But these are people who have never sat in the audience at the Engineering Society's E-Week Idol, the talent competition that occurs tonight on the first night of Engineering Week. Read more...

Photo: ENGINEERING SOCIETY of UCLA Members of UCLA's Engineering Society are preparing for tonight's "E-Week Idol," a talent competition that showcases the group's non-engineering skills and artistic endeavors. The event is part of Engineering Week.

ENGINEERING SOCIETY of UCLA
Members of UCLA's Engineering Society are preparing for tonight's "E-Week Idol," a talent competition that showcases the group's non-engineering skills and artistic endeavors. The event is part of Engineering Week.


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