The Sikh Student Association choreographed a night to remember.
On Saturday, the Sikh Student Association hosted its first Punjabi Culture Night since the beginning of the pandemic at the Ackerman Grand Ballroom, providing a snapshot into the culture of Punjab, a state in northern India.
This post was updated Nov. 8 at 12:39 p.m.
Professor Huib Schippers is traveling through the sonorities of time.
On Monday, the UC Regents’ Professor of ethnomusicology will present the lecture “Sound Futures: Why Some Music Practices Thrive, Many Struggle, and Others Disappear.” Hosted by the Herb Alpert School of Music, the lecture will dive into the cultural patterns of music and its reception by societies and communities around the world and across time.
Antonio Lysy is translating Bach’s musical phrases to unconventional stages.
On Sept. 23 in the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden, the cello professor and string area chair will perform Johann Sebastian Bach’s six cello suites inside artist Richard Serra’s sculpture, “Torqued Ellipse,” in an event titled “Bach In the Serra.” Lysy said the main inspiration for playing the suites, an ordered set of classical works, in “Torqued Ellipse” was to experiment with the unique acoustics in the enclosed space the sculpture offers.
This post was updated July 24 at 9:37 p.m.
Lily Glantz is broadening her paint strokes on a virtual canvas.
Through physical and digital mediums, the rising third-year civil engineering student offers a more abstract twist on traditional realism in her artwork.
Inna Faliks is changing the tune on familiar classics.
On June 22 at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, the head of piano performance will play a concert featuring Ludwig Van Beethoven’s “Bagatelles, Op.
This post was updated June 1 at 9 p.m.
Bruin bakers are sweetening up the UCLA community.
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of students, including third-year physiological science student Keya Vijapure, kick-started a baking community at UCLA that provides a platform to make an impact on the community.
Musicians plan on decorating Powell Library with the sounds of spring.
On Wednesday, a group of UCLA chamber musicians consisting of a conglomeration of professors and students will play a series of pieces at the Powell Library, including “The Four Seasons” by composer Antonio Vivaldi.
Joe Breen looks to integrate math and music, one function at a time.
The graduate mathematics student started a YouTube channel in spring 2020 focusing on music videos about calculus and topics in mathematical research.
Music is known to soothe the soul, but it can also invigorate it – especially in the more stagnant cold months. Artists are lighting a fire with recent releases, powerful choreography and victorious world tours this winter, and they have no intention of turning down the heat.
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