Wendy Caldwell
Lecturer - Vocal Coaching, Music Performance

Wendy Caldwell, a native of Canada, graduated with her Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from Acadia University in Nova Scotia, receiving the Birks Medal in Music as the top graduate. She went on to study at the University of Toronto where she obtained her Artist Diploma.

Ms. Caldwell has coached and been a collaborative artist at Acadia University, University of Illinois at Chicago, California State University at Long Beach, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena City College, and UCLA. At Pasadena City College, she was principal accompanist and Music Director of PCC Opera for over 10 years. Currently Ms. Caldwell is a collaborative artist and vocal coach at both UCLA and CSULB, as well as a very busy freelance accompanist in the Los Angeles area, performing regularly in recital with both student and professional musicians. She has been a staff pianist for the National Flute Convention and has performed in recital with such artists as Carol Wincenc and Robert Langevin. Ms. Caldwell has also been a
Guest Artist at Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival, Alaska and at Cal State Summer Arts in Monterey and Fresno.

Inna Faliks
Professor - Piano Performance and Keyboard Area Head
Peter Yates
Adjunct Professor - Guitar Performance
Lucy Yates
Lecturer - Vocal Diction, Vocal Coaching
Iris Malkin
Lecturer - Vocal Coaching
Kay Rhie
Assistant Professor
Michael Dean
Professor, Voice Performance
Amy Sanchez
Lecturer - Horn Performance
Wayne Shorter
Adjunct Professor; Star-Studded Tribute LA Phil (April 2020)
David Kaplan
Assistant Professor - Piano Performance
Lou Anne Neill
Lecturer - Harp Performance; Harp LA Phil
Erin Bouriakov
Lecturer - Flute Performance
John Steinmetz
Lecturer - Bassoon Performance
Frank Heuser
Professor; Department Vice Chair
James Miller
Lecturer - Trombone Performance; Associate Principal Trombone LA Phil
Katherine Syer
Adjunct Associate Professor
Herbie Hancock
Adjunct Professor; LA Phil Guest Artist
Travis J. Cross
Chair of Music; Professor
Paul Floyd
Lecturer - Vocal Coaching
Che-Yen Chen
Professor - Viola Performance
Jocelyn Ho
Assistant Professor - Performance Studies
Mark Kligman
Chair of Ethnomusicology; Professor
Boris Allakhverdyan
Lecturer - Clarinet Performance; Principal Clarinet LA Phil
Gordon Henderson
Professor; Department Vice Chair
James Bass
Professor - Director of Choral Studies
Movses Pogossian
Professor, Director of Armenian Music Program
Chris Hanulik
Adjunct Professor - String Bass Performance; Principal Bass LA Phil
Aubrey Foard
Lecturer - Tuba Performance
Cheryl Lin Fielding
Lecturer - Vocal Diction, Vocal Coaching
Varty Manouelian
Lecturer - Violin Performance; Violin LA Phil
Kevin McKeown
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Peter Kazaras
Professor - Director of Opera UCLA
Ji Young An
Lecturer - Violin Performance
Victoria Kirsch
Lecturer - Vocal Coaching
Theresa Dimond
Lecturer - Percussion Performance
Gregory Goodall
Lecturer - Percussion Performance
Kenny Burrell
Distinguished Professor
Rakefet Hak
Lecturer - Music Director of the UCLA Opera Workshop
Jan Berry Baker
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William Kinderman
Professor -- Elaine Krown Klein Chair in Performance Studies
Gloria Cheng
Adjunct Professor - Contemporary Music, Performance Studies
Jens Lindemann
Professor - Trumpet Performance and Brass Area Head
Vladimir Chernov
Professor - Voice Performance
Christoph Bull
Adjunct Professor - Organ Performance
Joshua Ranz
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Maria Fortuna Dean
Lecturer - Voice Performance
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Juliana Gondek
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Antonio Lysy
Professor - Cello Performance and Strings Area Head
Denis Bouriakov
Lecturer - Flute Performance; Principal Flute LA Phil
James Newton
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