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UCLA Philharmonia at Disney Hall

UCLA Philharmonia makes its Disney Hall debut, performing a program of world music including the music of Regents' Lecturer and Mexican composer Arturo Márquez.

Saturday, April 16, 2011
8:00 PM
Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, 90012

The Los Angeles Philharmonic presents: "Sounds About Town"

UCLA at Walt Disney Concert Hall, A Celebration of World Music

UCLA Philharmonia
Neal Stulberg, conductor
Soloists: Danilo Lozano, jazz flute
A.J. Racy, nay & buzug

Featured will be the music of composer Arturo Márquez, Regents' Lecturer at the UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology and recent recipient of the National Award for the Arts in Mexico. In addition, the concert will include a performance with symphonic arrangements by Los Angeles’ own Grammy Award winning Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Cano (directed by Jesus Guzman, director of the UCLA mariachi program), as well as compositions by illustrious composers A.J. Racy and James Newton, both faculty members of the UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology. A lecture by UCLA musicologist Elisabeth Le Guin with take place before the concert.


The UCLA Philharmonia is the flagship orchestra of the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.



Márquez: Danzón No. 4


Racy: Arab World Suite: A Sea of Memories for nay, buzuq and orchestra


Gan-Ru: Chinese Rhapsody


Newton: A Line of Immortality for jazz flute, piano trio and ensemble


arr. Cerda/Guzmán: Huasteco Suite


arr. Cerda/Guzmán: España



Tickets may be purchased by phone or in person through the UCLA Central Ticket Office (310-825-2101). Please note: There are no Internet ticket sales available through CTO for this concert. UCLA Students: From now until 4 PM Friday, April 1, all UCLA students who purchase one or more tickets to this concert may receive one additional free ticket of equal value. This offer is available on a first-come, first- served basis.

Cost : Tickets: $15, $27, $31, $36

Download file: Philharmonia-LAI-CMS-(2)-d0-ep0.pdf

Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute, Center for Mexican Studies, Herb Alpert School of Music, Latino Museum of History, Arts & Culture

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