Finding a Path in L.A.'s Booming Music Industry
UCLA Pianist Gloria Cheng and three of the members of Cheng’s ensemble UCLA Flux are featured in this issue of San Francisco Classical Voice which discusses the vibrancy of Los Angeles contemporary music scene. 
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.
Gloria Cheng honored with Los Angeles Area Emmy® Award
Cheng won the award for Best Independent Programming for her role as Producer of PBS SoCal's documentary "Montage: Great Film Composers and the Piano"
UCLA Contempo Flux Spring 2018 Chamber Music Recital
UCLA Contempo Flux Spring 2018 Chamber Music Recital Saturday, June 9 at 4 PM – 5:30 PM Schoenberg Hall Directed by Gloria Cheng FREE ~ Reception to follow ~ Parking Available in Lot 2 ANTON WEBERN, Concerto for Nine Instruments, Op. 24 Irwin Hui, flute Will Stevens, oboe Nicole Galisatus, clarinet Duncan Smith, horn Natalie
Contempo Flux Fall 2014 Chamber Music Concert
The UCLA contemporary chamber music ensemble, Contempo Flux, would like to invite everyone to come and enjoy the Department of Music’s contemporary music ensemble, Contempo Flux, in a program of music by Charles Ives, George Crumb, Robert Erickson, and Stephen Hartke. Admission is free.
Music Department Faculty and the Classical/Film Music Divide
Music faculty member Gloria Cheng shared this recent article from about her upcoming Piano Spheres integrating music by well known film composers (one of whom, Bruce Broughton, is currently also lecturing at UCLA). Also, please see this article from the L.A. Times:,0,797303.story#axzz2lKU4gEvl
Music Department's Gloria Cheng Shines in opening of "Piano Spheres"
Photo credit: Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times For those who missed the great article in the Los Angeles Times about Prof. Cheng’s recent concert: The late composer Luciano Berio called his small but potent book of Harvard lectures “Remembering the Future.” And that seemingly paradoxical phrase informed Gloria Cheng’s nearly all-British Piano Spheres program Tuesday night