- The UCLA Bruin Marching Band bring the “Solid Gold Sound” to Arizona, Michigan, Texas, Miami, Ohio, Colorado, Illinois, Washington, Oregon, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and as far as Japan!
- The UCLA Chamber Singers travel to New York to record an original composition conducted by Buffalo Philharmonic Music Director JoAnn Falletta
- K-12 students at Boys & Girls Clubs to receive one-on-one and group instrument lessons from School of Music students via the Music Partnership Program
At $13,239 per year for California residents, the Herb Alpert School of Music is the most affordable top-tier music program for students seeking a college degree. However, many students and families still struggle to afford higher education. Students who received need-based scholarships often face significant funding shortfalls, gaps that are generously filled by donors like you.
Giving to School of Music scholarships is an effective and impactful way to expand access to the nations #1 public university and advance diversity in musical fields.
“Play” it forward and donate a used instrument to benefit student musicians. Your piano, violin, horn, world music or other instruments can make a difference in a student’s training and development. Donated instruments are cared for and played by students in practice rooms, classrooms, and on stages.
Wherever you choose to make your gift, your support will help students in the Marching Band, orchestra, choir, world music ensembles and beyond to perform, travel and further their research. Recent gifts from donors like you have helped: