The late Bernice Wenzel and Wendell “Jeff” Jeffrey, both UCLA professors, were well known for their longtime commitment to the university.
L.A. Sounds Now kicks off Oct. 6 with a talk between Tom Corson of Warner Records and Dean Eileen Strempel.
Shabnam Fasa and Julius Reder Carlson have created a space where music helps children bridge economic and cultural boundaries.
For decades, Black creators have been dreaming up alternative futures that celebrate cultures of the African diaspora.
A Q&A with Sophia Bacino, who is entering her second year at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.
He began teaching at UCLA in 1969 and retired in 2004. In 1995, he received the Charles and Harriet Luckman Award for Distinguished Teaching.
There have been 225 recipients of the scholarships since 1989. Another 13 recipients will begin their studies in the fall.
The open access project, part of a collaboration with the Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra, is the largest for contemporary musical works in the world.
UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance moves to an online stage, focusing on rebuilding financial stability for artists.
The 10-time Grammy-winning artist has sold more than 100 million records worldwide and has produced countless chart-topping hits.
The gift will support Herb Alpert School of Music cello students and UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance.
Undergraduate Sophia James reflects on her experiences at UCLA and on the hit show.
A project showcasing 58 UCLA-held collections of field recordings opens a window to a multitude of global music traditions.
The music school will host the celebration of Jewish music and culture in in the Schoenberg Music Building.
The Herb Alpert Foundation donated an additional $50,000 per year specifically to support students transferring from LACC.
“Any school in the world would dream of having these instruments in their possession,” said Movses Pogossian, professor of violin.
The festival, hosted by the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music is a celebration of diversity through music.
The theater was renamed Lani Hall in honor of Alpert’s wife, the singer Lani Hall.
The annual awards, which are given to a diverse array of projects, foster the advancement of the arts and arts-related scholarship.
Project allows the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive, which has championed the study of music from all over the world, to share its experience with other institutions.
The genre-defying artist whose career has highlighted a commitment to breaking barriers was awarded the campus’s highest honor.
Smith will receive the campus’s highest honor on Nov. 8 during a ceremony and concert at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.
Five professors who fled the Nazis brought a new way of thinking to UCLA.
The calendar includes more than a dozen performances by world-class student ensembles and special guest artists, as well as masterclasses and symposia.
“I hope that the UCLA students who it supports will help lead the next wave of great musicians,” the celebrated composer-arranger-producer said.