Cello professor and string area chair, Antonio Lysy plays the cello surrounded by lit candles. Lysy will play suites from Bach during the “Bach in the Serra” concert at 7pm on Friday. (Courtesy of the Herb Alpert School of Music)
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.
As she once did in 1995, Alanis Morissette has audiences falling head over feet for “Jagged Little Pill.”
The jukebox musical composed of the ’90s icon’s album of the same name is running at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre until Oct.
Summer may be over, but camp is forever.
Set to release Sept. 24, “Teleolakegical” is a play written by second-year theater student Tyler Neufeld about a young, atheist transgender man who attends a Christian summer camp without revealing his gender identity and lacking belief in religion.
The Fowler is uncovering the particular histories of African art.
Running until Nov. 13, the Fowler Museum will be presenting “Particular Histories: Provenance Research in African Arts.” The exhibit focuses on provenance research – a deep dive into the past owners of a particular piece of 20th-century African artwork from Sir Henry Wellcome’s collection in London.
The UCLA theater department is taking a contemporary approach to classical works.
For the upcoming academic year, theater department chair J.Ed Araiza said the program will produce plays directed by graduate students and acted by undergraduate students.
The UCLA Latinx Film and Theatre Association is making space for Latinx artists.
Founded in 2004, the organization seeks to provide a space for Latinx students to explore their interests in both film and theater.
Henry Baldwin is layering meticulous patterns in his mixed-media art.
The rising second-year art student finds fulfillment in creating large-scale paintings and artwork that contain the layering of many materials, including plexiglass, canvas, wood, charcoal, oil and acrylic paint, he said.
This post was updated on 8/14/2022 at 6:43 p.m.
Jennifer Chang is ready to direct the next generation of theater students.
This fall, the director, writer and actor will join UCLA’s theater department as an associate professor, teaching courses in physical and advanced acting.
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.
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