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UCLA Philharmonia

UCLA PhilharmoniaJoin the UCLA Philharmonia for their final performance of Winter 2024 featuring Janice Hu (3rd year Undergraduate), winner of the 2024 Atwater Kent String Competition.

UCLA Philharmonia is the flagship orchestra of the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, and one of Southern California’s premiere training orchestras. Focusing on both the core symphonic and operatic repertoire, and the best in contemporary and rarely-performed works, it performs two or three different programs each quarter, Prof. Neal Stulberg has led the ensemble since 2005. UCLA Philharmonia is a for-credit course and is composed almost entirely of music majors qualified non-majors may also audition for violin and other positions as needed. General auditions for UCLA Philharmonia are held at the beginning of each Fall Quarter. Philharmonia’s first three commercial CDs – a Yarlung Records release of previously unrecorded orchestral works by Viennese émigré composer Eric Zeisl (2012) a world-premiere Sono Luminus recording of works by Mohammed Fairouz (2014) and a Naxos recording of Ian Krouse’s “Armenian Requiem” (2019) – are available on Apple Music, amazon.com, Naxos Music Library and other retail outlets.

Presenter / Producer: UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music

Listed Categories
Music > Classical


Event Phone: 310-825-4761

Venue
Schoenberg Hall
445 Charles E Young Dr E
Schoenberg Music Building
Los Angeles CA 90095

Regions:
LA - Hollywood / Westside


Performance Dates: 3/16/2024
Saturday, 03/16/2024

Performance Times
8:00 pm

Ticket Information( FREE EVENT! ):
Like most of UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music’s programs, this event is FREE!  Early arrival is recommended. Seating is on a first-come, first-seated basis. No RSVP required.

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https://www.instagram.com/uclaalpert/


 

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