Wednesday, June 26

The UCLA Philharmonia, conducted by Professor Neal Stulberg, rehearses Tuesday for its upcoming performance of Rachmaninoff's "Symphonic Dances" tonight at 8 p.m. at Schoenberg Hall. Stulberg will be absent during the first half of the performance.

Students take the lead in tonight’s Philharmonia concert

Performing famous classical music pieces is par for the course for the UCLA Philharmonia's student-musicians, but performing them without a conductor is charting a bit of unfamiliar territory. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Philharmonia, conducted by Professor Neal Stulberg, rehearses Tuesday for its upcoming performance of Rachmaninoff's "Symphonic Dances" tonight at 8 p.m. at Schoenberg Hall. Stulberg will be absent during the first half of the performance.

The UCLA Philharmonia, conducted by Professor Neal Stulberg, rehearses Tuesday for its upcoming performance of Rachmaninoff's "Symphonic Dances" tonight at 8 p.m. at Schoenberg Hall. Stulberg will be absent during the first half of the performance.

Saxophone Professor Doug Masek will perform tonight at Schoenberg Hall alongside professors Juliana Gondek and Rakefet Hak. The trio founded an unconventional blend of piano, vocals and saxophone.

Sax as new pitch of voice

When asked to picture a singer performing with a saxophone player, chances are an image of some smoky old jazz club will come to mind. However, for a group of UCLA music professors, that image is only one of many styles that can come from combining sax with voice. From opera to cabaret, the chamber group unites classical and jazz saxophonists, vocalists, pianists and other players in a concert showing just how versatile voice and sax pairings can be. Read more...

Photo: Saxophone Professor Doug Masek will perform tonight at Schoenberg Hall alongside professors Juliana Gondek and Rakefet Hak. The trio founded an unconventional blend of piano, vocals and saxophone.

Saxophone Professor Doug Masek will perform tonight at Schoenberg Hall alongside professors Juliana Gondek and Rakefet Hak. The trio founded an unconventional blend of piano, vocals and saxophone.

The hip-hop duo Zion I is one of the acts for Mighty Mic, a benefit concert aiming to educate the audience about conflicts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Concert to raise awareness for conflict in Congo

It's where music with a message collides with the power of education "“ the fourth annual Mighty Mic benefit concert will be held tonight at 7 p.m. in Ackerman Grand Ballroom. Read more...

Photo: The hip-hop duo Zion I is one of the acts for Mighty Mic, a benefit concert aiming to educate the audience about conflicts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

The hip-hop duo Zion I is one of the acts for Mighty Mic, a benefit concert aiming to educate the audience about conflicts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.


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.



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