SASSAS’ Listening Party #25 With Alumna Tanya Haden

On Sunday (April 23), three multi-talented artists—CalArts alumna Tanya Haden (Film/Video MFA 98), her husband Jack Black and Shana Lutker—are special guests at Listening Party #25, part of the Listening Party series created by The Society for the Activation of Social Space through Art and Sound...

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Soundstream 2017: CalArts Bands Live at the Troubadour

On Monday (April 17), seven bands from the graduating class of The Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts will perform live at The Troubadour, one of Los Angeles' most legendary venues. Soundstream 2017, an annual concert event, features an eclectic lineup of artists performing original,...

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New Music from Marc Lowenstein Featured at REDCAT

Conductor, composer and vocalist Marc Lowenstein, a faculty member of The Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts, presents several new works—including selections from his newest original opera, Little Bear—on Thursday (April 6) at REDCAT in Downtown Los Angeles. Lowenstein's opera stems from his...

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Cellist Bryan Wilson Releases Solo Album

On March 7, cellist and CalArts alumnus Bryan Wilson (Music BFA 11) released his debut solo album, Oso Perezoso. The 12-track record draws from Wilson's classical upbringing on cello and combines it with his passion for hip-hop drum beats and synthesizers. "The record is deeply personal for...

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Music Alum Andrew McIntosh Featured at Memphis Opera Festival

Composer, violinist, violist and CalArts alumnus Andrew McIntosh (Music MFA 08) brings his musical talents to the stage during the Midtown Opera Festival, held at Playhouse On the Square in Memphis, Tenn. from March 31 through April 9. McIntosh, who is also a faculty member of The Herb Alpert...

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Socio-Political Art Now on View at 2017 Whitney Biennial

The 78th installment of the 2017 Whitney Biennial opened to the public at the Whitney Museum in New York on Friday. The 63 artists—with a number of CalArtians counted among them—explore themes of self and the individual's place in a turbulent society. The Biennial, which is the longest-running...

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