Wednesday, December 19

Taylor Mac will perform in "Taylor Mac's Holiday Sauce" in Royce Hall on Friday and Saturday. Machine Dazzle designed the two outfits for the show, using objects like pig heads and elf fingers.(Courtesy of  Little Fang Photography)
Taylor Mac will perform in "Taylor Mac's Holiday Sauce" in Royce Hall on Friday and Saturday. Machine Dazzle designed the two outfits for the show, using objects like pig heads and elf fingers.(Courtesy of  Little Fang Photography)

Sweet Honey In The Rock, an a capella ensemble, performed in Royce Hall on Friday, incorporating social issues and commentary into its songs, speaking about the topics in between. (Deirdre Klena/Daily Bruin)
Sweet Honey In The Rock, an a capella ensemble, performed in Royce Hall on Friday, incorporating social issues and commentary into its songs, speaking about the topics in between. (Deirdre Klena/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Polydor Records)
(Courtesy of Polydor Records)

Alumnus and former visiting professor Rubén Guevara wrote a memoir entitled "Confessions of a Radical Chicano Doo-Wop Singer," which he will discuss Friday at UCLA's Jan Popper Theater. The book explores his identity as a Chicano rock 'n' roll musician and activist. (Courtesy of Mario A. Hernandez)
Alumnus and former visiting professor Rubén Guevara wrote a memoir entitled "Confessions of a Radical Chicano Doo-Wop Singer," which he will discuss Friday at UCLA's Jan Popper Theater. The book explores his identity as a Chicano rock 'n' roll musician and activist. (Courtesy of Mario A. Hernandez)

UCLA Sex Squad will celebrate its 10th anniversary and the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day on Thursday with a performance in Glorya Kaufman Hall. They will perform songs and skits focused on sexual health, including one piece that imagines a future without AIDS. The anniversary show will also feature alumni and representatives from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)
UCLA Sex Squad will celebrate its 10th anniversary and the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day on Thursday with a performance in Glorya Kaufman Hall. They will perform songs and skits focused on sexual health, including one piece that imagines a future without AIDS. The anniversary show will also feature alumni and representatives from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)

Jorja Smith performed to a sold-out crowd at The Wiltern as part of her Lost & Found tour. Smith's set was comprised mostly of songs from her debut studio album, "Lost & Found," in addition to some of her older tracks, like "I Am."(MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)
Jorja Smith performed to a sold-out crowd at The Wiltern as part of her Lost & Found tour. Smith's set was comprised mostly of songs from her debut studio album, "Lost & Found," in addition to some of her older tracks, like "I Am."(MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

Six groups of UCLA students will perform Monday night at Schoenberg Hall's UCLA Jazz Combos Concert. Each group consists of around six student members, and is led by a faculty director under whose guidance they devise an individualized set list, rehearse and synchronize their performance styles. (Courtesy of Steve Murillo)

Handpicked student groups to perform at UCLA Jazz Combos Concert

UCLA students who volunteered to collaborate with musicians they’d never worked with before will perform together in concert. The UCLA Jazz Combos Concert, taking place Monday in Schoenberg Hall, features six groups of UCLA jazz students who worked together throughout the quarter to produce their own individualized set list of songs. Read more...

Six groups of UCLA students will perform Monday night at Schoenberg Hall's UCLA Jazz Combos Concert. Each group consists of around six student members, and is led by a faculty director under whose guidance they devise an individualized set list, rehearse and synchronize their performance styles. (Courtesy of Steve Murillo)


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