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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.
Meet Danielle Segen of VEM Ensemble in Westwood
Voice performance alumna, Danielle Segen, M.M. '16, shares her story with VoyageLA, discussing her experiences at the School of Music and with the UCLA Armenian Music Ensemble.
Connecting the World - Portia Sabin, Music Business Association | Innovating Music Podcast
Music Business Association President, Dr. Portia Sabin discusses the ways in which the music business is connected as a community, and how aspects of the music business have been affected in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Opinion: Black Protest Is Music. Learning The Melody Isn't Enough
Terence Blanchard, Professor and Kenny Burrell Chair in Jazz Studies at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, who recently worked on the score for “Da 5 Bloods” with director Spike Lee, shares an opinion piece with NPR on protests taking place across America’s cities.
Reconnecting with Virtual Audiences, Jay Gilbert, Label Logic | Innovating Music Podcast
Innovation often answers the call to action made by changing environments. In this week’s podcast, we talk with Jay Gilbert, photographer and co-founder of Label Logic, about the new challenges artists in the music industry face in light of social-distancing and what their “new normal” will be as the world regains its rhythm.
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