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Fall 2020 instruction will be offered remotely. Please view our COVID-19 Resources page for details.

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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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Remote Learning Resources
Livestreaming and Live Connecting with Dmitri Vietze | Innovating Music Podcast
A year ago, Dmitri Vietze launched a new thought leadership conference on music technology in Los Angeles, and had to move it with one day's notice. This year, he has moved his whole thought leadership with Music Tectonics online with virtual conferences and community gatherings. He shares his thoughts on crisis-driven shifts to music livestreaming, expanding new releases, and digital access, along with tidbits on intriguing companies in this current listen-from-home era.
Everything Old is New Again...with Ted Cohen | Innovating Music Podcast
This week on the Innovating Music Podcast, we are joined by Ted Cohen, who shared tales of doing things for the right reasons and seeing decades ago the dimensions of our current music streaming playlists and challenges. He talks about the genuineness of artists vs. overproduction in livestreaming and concerts, pricing the risks of new markets, scarcity, negotiations, how business challenges repeat, and how some people don’t see or know the past launches in their very own businesses.
Philanthropist Elaine Krown Klein Bequests $2.9 Million for Scholarships Benefitting Students in the School of Music and School of Arts and Architecture
The late philanthropist and cherished UCLA supporter and friend, Elaine Krown Klein, continued her longstanding dedication to the arts at UCLA with a generous gift of $2.9 million to a scholarship fund in her name in support of young musicians and artists.
UCLA Armenian Music Program - A Year in Review
The UCLA Armenian Music Program showcases the program's achievements and milestones during the 2019-2020 academic year, including the program's expansion with two new courses and the release of an critically praised album featuring the UCLA VEM Ensemble along with internationally renowned musicians, which was recorded at the School of Music's recording studio.
10 Best Quarantine Concerts Online
In response to the ongoing pandemic, School of Music Associate Dean for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Arturo O’Farrill and his Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra have transformed weekly performances at New York’s Birdland Jazz Club into engaging virtual sets available online.
Building an Inclusive School of Music
Inaugural Dean, Eileen L. Strempel, addresses how the school will work together with students, faculty and staff to build a better school community that promotes access and representation across its teaching and learning.
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