UCLA Philharmonia on Schoenberg Hall Stage

Named in honor of famed composer and former UCLA music faculty member Arnold Schoenberg (1936-44), the newly renovated 528-seat Schoenberg Hall is the main concert venue for the school of music. Rich acoustics make it well-suited for the hundreds of concerts, recitals, masterclasses and conferences that are held there each year. Among the esteemed list of recent guest artists and scholars performing and/or speaking in the hall are Placido Domingo, John Adams, Kaskade, A$AP Rocky, Grant Gershon, NOW Ensemble, HOCKET, MESTO Orchestra, Rene Marie, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, among others. 


Oct 29 Sun
Second Annual Judith L. Smith Voice Recital Featuring Issachah Savage
Tenor Issachah Savage is the featured artist of the second annual Judith L. Smith Voice Recital Series, celebrating talented vocalists and the distinguished tenure of UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, Founding Dean Judith Smith. Issachah will join us again on October 31st to hold a masterclass for students of the Department of Music.
Schoenberg Hall