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Fall 2020 instruction will be offered remotely. Please view our Remote Learning & Technology Resources page for resources available to our students, faculty and staff.

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Remote Learning & Technology Resources

We have a variety of remote learning resources available to our students, faculty and staff including how-to guides for using Zoom and similar tools, weekly technology workshops, online guides for purchasing audio recording equipment, links to dedicated technology support and more.

Remote Learning Resources
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UCLA Faculty Couple Leaves $4.05 Million Gift For Music Scholarships
It is with deep gratitude that we share that the School of Music has received a generous endowed gift of $4.05 million from the estate of emeriti professors Bernice Wenzel and Wendell “Jeff” Jeffrey, who were known for their longstanding commitment to the university.
The School of Music to Launch Virtual Event Series Featuring Top Music Industry Leaders and Announces Its Inaugural Board of Advisors
This fall, a virtual event series titled L.A. Sounds Now, hosted by The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music will explore the current state and the future of the music business from the perspective of industry leaders and influencers who will also serve as the school's inaugural Board of Advisors.
School of Music Welcomes New Faculty
This fall, The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music will welcome Jan Berry Baker, David Kaplan and Catherine Provenzano to its stellar roster of faculty.
Original Student Song Featured in New Film “Mighty Oak”
Second year ethnomusicology student, Sophia Bacino is honored to have her original song “Indigo” featured in the new film “Mighty Oak.”
Innovation is Messy...with Jack Conte, Patreon | Innovating Music Podcast
Jack Conte shares how he balances creating music (Pomplamoose and the funk band Scary Pockets) with running a large tech business (crowdfunding and community with Patreon.)
Livestreaming and Live Connecting with Dmitri Vietze | Innovating Music Podcast
A year ago, Dmitri Vietze of Music Tectonics shares his thoughts on crisis-driven shifts to music livestreaming.
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