Monday, November 18


Cherryholmes, the top-selling band created by bassist Jere, mandolinist Sandy and their four children, will join bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley for a concert on Sunday at Royce Hall.

Cherryholmes to bring music with bluegrass roots to Royce Hall

As part of UCLA Live's well-rounded fall season, Nashville-based bluegrass family band Cherryholmes will join genre legend Ralph Stanley on Royce Hall's stage Sunday night. Read more...

Photo: Cherryholmes, the top-selling band created by bassist Jere, mandolinist Sandy and their four children, will join bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley for a concert on Sunday at Royce Hall.

Cherryholmes, the top-selling band created by bassist Jere, mandolinist Sandy and their four children, will join bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley for a concert on Sunday at Royce Hall.

For her first U.S. tour since 2004, Omara Portuondo, famous for performances including the Tropicana cabaret and Buena Vista Social Club, explores the songs that marked her path from celebrated Cuban chanteuse to international stardom.

Singer Omara Portuondo brings Cuban roots to Royce Hall

While the United States continues to uphold a 47-year-long trade embargo with Cuba in one of the last residues of the Cold War, a classic Cuban singer is coming to Royce Hall and bringing a trade of musical roots and influences. Read more...

Photo: For her first U.S. tour since 2004, Omara Portuondo, famous for performances including the Tropicana cabaret and Buena Vista Social Club, explores the songs that marked her path from celebrated Cuban chanteuse to international stardom.

For her first U.S. tour since 2004, Omara Portuondo, famous for performances including the Tropicana cabaret and Buena Vista Social Club, explores the songs that marked her path from celebrated Cuban chanteuse to international stardom.

Béla Fleck (from left), Zakir Hussain and Edgar Meyer focus on the intertwining strands between American roots music and the classical Indian tradition in their concert Thursday at 8 p.m. in Royce Hall.

A conversation with Béla Fleck

It's unlikely that we'll see a Banjo Hero video game any time soon, but if there ever were one, the final challenge would almost certainly be a finger-picking showdown with Béla Fleck. Few artists have done so much so well with any single instrument, let alone one as typecast as the banjo. Read more...

Photo: Béla Fleck (from left), Zakir Hussain and Edgar Meyer focus on the intertwining strands between American roots music and the classical Indian tradition in their concert Thursday at 8 p.m. in Royce Hall.

Béla Fleck (from left), Zakir Hussain and Edgar Meyer focus on the intertwining strands between American roots music and the classical Indian tradition in their concert Thursday at 8 p.m. in Royce Hall.

Courtesy of WILL CALCUTT
Choir of Young Believers is scheduled to perform at Spaceland. The band's debut album is "This Is for the White in Your Eyes."

A conversation with Choir of Young Believers

The word "choir" implies many voices, but Choir of Young Believers needs but one to guide it through poignant surges of harmonization. Read more...

Photo: Courtesy of WILL CALCUTT Choir of Young Believers is scheduled to perform at Spaceland. The band's debut album is "This Is for the White in Your Eyes."

Courtesy of WILL CALCUTT
Choir of Young Believers is scheduled to perform at Spaceland. The band's debut album is "This Is for the White in Your Eyes."

Santa Maria (Side 4, "Winter")
Hill: "It seemed like it would be better as a dream, a flowing, patterny, color thing, rather than a structured narrative thing." Goodrich: "We tried to make it magical in a way, like a light show if you will. Literally."

The Decemberists to present “Here Come the Waves: The Hazards of Love Visualized” featuring imagery from five filmmakers

Something pretty special will be happening in Royce Hall on Monday evening, courtesy of indie rock darlings The Decemberists and five young filmmakers. Read more...

Photo: Santa Maria (Side 4, "Winter") Hill: "It seemed like it would be better as a dream, a flowing, patterny, color thing, rather than a structured narrative thing." Goodrich: "We tried to make it magical in a way, like a light show if you will. Literally."

Santa Maria (Side 4, "Winter")
Hill: "It seemed like it would be better as a dream, a flowing, patterny, color thing, rather than a structured narrative thing." Goodrich: "We tried to make it magical in a way, like a light show if you will. Literally."



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