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Jazz supporters help endow UCLA faculty chair honoring guitar great Kenny Burrell
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New Music Copyright Law brings changes to digital music royalties and copyright privileges
In a conversation with Pacific Standard, UCLA Music Industry Professor Don Franzen broke down what the legislation means for the music industry, and what industry-rattling strategies Spotify might be cooking up.
Masterclass and Demonstration with Jazz Master Benny Golson
Golson made a special appearance at the school of music on Oct. 16 to celebrate the inauguration of the new Global Jazz Studies program. What unfolded was a lesson in jazz history from the 94-year-old tenor saxophonist, composer and arranger.
Movses Pogossian: Inspired By Bach - CD Release
Recorded at the school's state-of-the-art Recording Studio, Movses Pogossian’s “Inspired by Bach” CD documents three new works that follow in the inescapable shadow of Bach’s music for unaccompanied violin.
Only In Los Angeles?
Gloria Cheng came to UCLA to study piano with the legendary Aube Tzerko, but wound up staying and creating an unusual career focused on contemporary music that was very much shaped by the new music scene of Los Angeles. Read about her beautiful journey in the LA music scene at NewMusicBox.
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.
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