This post was updated Sept. 19 at 11:32 p.m.
Mariachi de Uclatlán are coming back into tune.
After more than a year of online practice, band director Jesús “Chuy” Guzmán said he’s hopeful to start in-person learning with his student ensemble, which focuses on traditional Mexican music.
This post was updated July 11 at 10:08 a.m.
As rising temperatures melt away winter stagnation, up-and-coming artists are on fire. Summer is the season of vibrance, and sunny days are accompanied by new musicians who will grow even brighter, evading a later autumnal fade.
George McHenry isn’t missing a beat.
Despite the pandemic restrictions placed on music-driven social spaces, the fourth-year ethnomusicology student has continued making songs in his apartment to put together a portfolio that showcases his musical versatility.
Shellie Wong’s business is in bloom.
As Valentine’s Day was approaching this year, the alumna said she found a video online that taught her how to make flower balloons – a bouquet of artificial flowers placed inside an inflated balloon – and was inspired to start selling them.
The “Re: Model” digital art gallery is recentering AAPI voices.
Curated by members of UCLA’s Lapu, the Coyote that Cares Theatre Company, the art gallery features visual art, written works and videos from Asian American and Pacific Islander creatives in honor of AAPI Heritage Month.
The melody of unity rings clear in Bruin Harmony’s music.
After a one-year hiatus from the Spring Sing stage, the 16-person all-male a cappella group is back to perform “Pass On By” – the first original song in Bruin Harmony’s history.
girl in red is expanding the color palette of her music.
After the viral success of her breakout single “i wanna be your girlfriend,” the Norwegian singer-songwriter, also known as Marie Ulven, has released her debut album, “if i could make it go quiet.” Co-produced by Matias Tellez, the record is an introduction to a new side of Ulven, laden with distortion and experimenting with genres like hyperpop and house that go beyond her past EPs, while foregrounding her distinct songwriting voice of blunt, biting lyrics.
For Rodrigo Valenzuela, photography goes beyond the camera lens.
An assistant professor of photography at the School of the Arts and Architecture, Valenzuela was recently awarded a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to fund his upcoming project.
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