Tuesday, February 19

Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie performed for a crowd of 18,000 at the Honda Center Thursday. He emerged from the stage dressed in gold and singing "(Fuck a) Silver Lining." (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie performed for a crowd of 18,000 at the Honda Center Thursday. He emerged from the stage dressed in gold and singing "(Fuck a) Silver Lining." (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Alumna Dalida Arakelian founded Mindful Music, which puts on daytime concerts every other week in the Semel Institute Auditorium on Westwood Plaza. The concerts are meant to improve the mental and physical health of medical staff and patients. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)
Alumna Dalida Arakelian founded Mindful Music, which puts on daytime concerts every other week in the Semel Institute Auditorium on Westwood Plaza. The concerts are meant to improve the mental and physical health of medical staff and patients. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin staff)

The Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra performs without a conductor. The group uses other communicative methods in order to keep tempo and eliminated the common hierarchy of typical orchestras. (Courtesy of Benjamin Mitchell)
The Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra performs without a conductor. The group uses other communicative methods in order to keep tempo and eliminated the common hierarchy of typical orchestras. (Courtesy of Benjamin Mitchell)

Ariana Grande's recent music video for "break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored" features an almost-kiss between Grande and a female co-star. The video has come under fire with accusations of queerbaiting, an often problematic way of representing LGBTQ relationships. (Creative Commons photo by esheehanphotos via Flickr)
Ariana Grande's recent music video for "break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored" features an almost-kiss between Grande and a female co-star. The video has come under fire with accusations of queerbaiting, an often problematic way of representing LGBTQ relationships. (Creative Commons photo by esheehanphotos via Flickr)

Samantha Shen will perform on Wednesday at the next installment of the Fowler: Out Loud concert series. The ethnomusicology alumna said she uses her musical career to uplift other Asian American artists. (Courtesy of Samantha Shen)
Samantha Shen will perform on Wednesday at the next installment of the Fowler: Out Loud concert series. The ethnomusicology alumna said she uses her musical career to uplift other Asian American artists. (Courtesy of Samantha Shen)

Shirley Tang, a first-year cognitive science student, performed at the Lunar New Year Festival on behalf of the Chinese Cultural Dance Club. The festival included performances from various student organizations on campus, where students danced, sang and engaged in other art forms, such as the Wushu martial art from China. (Jacqueline Gerdne/Daily Bruin)
Shirley Tang, a first-year cognitive science student, performed at the Lunar New Year Festival on behalf of the Chinese Cultural Dance Club. The festival included performances from various student organizations on campus, where students danced, sang and engaged in other art forms, such as the Wushu martial art from China. (Jacqueline Gerdne/Daily Bruin)

King Princess took the stage for her "Pussy is God" tour stop at the Fonda Theatre wearing a white tank top and blue velvet pants. The alternative singer remixed popular songs such as "1950."
(Courtesy of Kaia Sherry)
King Princess took the stage for her "Pussy is God" tour stop at the Fonda Theatre wearing a white tank top and blue velvet pants. The alternative singer remixed popular songs such as "1950."
(Courtesy of Kaia Sherry)


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