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Oct 24 Mon
7:30pm
Free

“Hommage à Kurtág” faculty recital and CD release by Movses Pogossian

classical
Schoenberg Hall Watch Livestream

Movses Pogossian

Movses Pogossian’s faculty recital celebrates the Naxos release of his “Hommage à Kurtág” CD. In addition to the recording of György Kurtág’s complete Signs, Games, and Messages for solo violin, the CD also includes companion pieces by Gabriela Lena Frank, Kay Rhie, Jungyoon Wie, and Aida Shirazi, inspired by the great Hungarian composer’s music. Generously commissioned by Justus and Helen Schlichting, they will receive world premieres at the concert, performed alongside several Kurtág miniatures. Also on the program: Zoltan Kodaly’s folk-inspired masterpiece, Duo for Violin and Cello (with distinguished Scottish cellist Niall Brown), and a selection of Béla Bartók’s Duos with UCLA Music Education violin students Kayla Phan, Yidan Sun, Yoosung Lee, Emily Taylor, Raina Markham, Kayla Lee, and alumnus Sam Lorenzini.

The recital is highlighting Music for Food, a musician-led initiative to fight hunger in local communities. All the proceeds from the volunteer in-person and online contributions, as well as “pay what you can” CD sales will be donated to the food services of the Skid Row-based Midnight Mission and Downtown Women’s Center.

Live-stream of the recital will be available here.

This event is made possible by the David and Irmgard Dobrow Fund. Classical music was a passion of the Dobrows, who established a generous endowment at The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music to make programs like this possible. We are proud to celebrate this program as part of the 2022 - 23 Dobrow Series.

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VIRTUAL EVENT

This virtual event is FREE! Register via Zoom.

PARKING

Self-service parking is available at UCLA’s Parking Structure #2 for events in Schoenberg Music Building and the Evelyn and Mo Ostin Music Center. Costs range from $1 for 20 minutes to $20 all day. Learn more about campus parking.

ACCESSIBILITY

The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music is eager to provide a variety of accommodations and services for access and communications. If you would like to request accommodations, please do so 10 days in advance of the event by emailing ADA@schoolofmusic.ucla.edu or calling (310) 825-0174.

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FOOD & DRINK

Food and drink may not be carried into the theaters. Thank you!

Acknowledgment

The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music acknowledges the Gabrielino/Tongva peoples as the traditional land caretakers of Tovaangar (the Los Angeles basin and So. Channel Islands). As a land grant institution, we pay our respects to the Honuukvetam (Ancestors), ‘Ahiihirom (Elders) and ‘Eyoohiinkem (our relatives/relations) past, present and emerging.

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