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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
Remote Learning Resources
Remote Learning Resources
Supporting Women and Gender Non-Binary Faculty in the School of Music
In spring 2021, Professor Elisabeth Le Guin, esteemed faculty member within the Departments of Music and Musicology, will assume a critical new role as Special Assistant to the Inaugural Dean for Faculty Development and Gender Equity.
Reflections On Our Democracy
Inaugural Dean, Eileen L. Strempel, addresses the fragility of our shared democracy after the horrendous events that transpired on January 6, 2021.
UCLA Chamber Singers Revel in Grammy Nominations for Passion of Yeshua
Richard Danielpour’s dramatic oratorio, The Passion of Yeshua, which also features members of the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus and the UCLA Chamber Singers, as well as six soloists, including baritone James K. Bass, was recently nominated in three Grammy categories for the Naxos recording of last year’s performance.
UCLA launches Lowell Milken Center for Music of American Jewish Experience
UCLA has opened North America’s first permanent academic home for the study of music of the American Jewish experience. Housed in the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, the new Lowell Milken Center for Music of Jewish Experience will foster artistic creativity, scholarship, performance and other cultural expression, thanks to a $6.75 million gift from the Lowell Milken Family Foundation.
Faculty and the School of Music's UCLA Chamber Singers Score Grammy Classical Nominations
Richard Danielpour, a professor at UCLA’s Herb Alpert School of Music, scored a nomination for best contemporary classical composition with “Yeshua.” The album also is up for best choral performance, and if it were to win, the Grammy would be shared by a team that includes the UCLA Chamber Singers — an ensemble of about three dozen undergraduate and graduate students studying music performance, education, composition and conducting.
The Hollywood Reporter Ranked the School of Music Among Top Schools for Film and TV Composition
We are pleased to share that The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music was ranked among the nation’s top five schools for film and television by The Hollywood Reporter in its latest annual survey.
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