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Jazz supporters help endow UCLA faculty chair honoring guitar great Kenny Burrell
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Seattle Opera Podcast: Peter Kazaras Speaks Up for Britten
Stage director, tenor, and all-around Seattle Opera MVP Peter Kazaras discusses THE TURN OF THE SCREW and the operas of Benjamin Britten with Seattle Opera Dramaturg Jonathan Dean.
Madison Beer, Nervo to Be Featured on UCLA MIC’s ‘Office Hours’
"Australian DJ sister-duo NERVO and songstress Madison Beer are slated to be the first guests on this year’s “Office Hours,” a speaker series put on by UCLA’s Music Industry Committee.
Recent graduate performs at Montreux Jazz Festival for Quincy Jones’ birthday celebration
WATCH: Jade Elliott, who studied jazz at UCLA, earned the opportunity of her young career: an all-expenses paid trip to Switzerland to perform at the high-profile event.
Musicologist Jessica Holmes explores connection between Beethoven’s deafness and Ninth Symphony
INTERVIEW: “Musicology has tended to undervalue the role of the body in the performance of western art music,” said postdoctoral musicology scholar Jessica Holmes in Artsfile.
Content for Humans About the Content of Humans
IN THE NEW YORK TIMES: "What is the sound of your DNA?” Spotify and Ancestry.com teamed up to create a tool to convert DNA sequences into Spotify playlists. Professors Tim Taylor and Gigi Johnson weighed in at the New York Times.
Renowned jazz artists to hold workshop, bring new perspective to music education
In the DAILY BRUIN: Our new Global Jazz Studies Program hosts its first official workshop (Monday @ 11 a.m.) and concert (Tuesday @ 8 p.m.) with renowned South African jazz artists McCoy Mrubata and Paul Hanmer, who grew up during apartheid.
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