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Described as the most forward thinking, innovative and contemporary orchestra in America, the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) symphony orchestra integrates the twenty first century music. UCLA Symphony is a campus-wide orchestra that was founded in 2002. It draws its membership from the university community and is open for all graduates and undergraduates, staff and faculty of the university. Its concerts take place at the Schoenberg Hall situated in the campus and the orchestra is preparing for another performance at the center on March 3rd, 2014. UCLA Symphony tickets for the show are available at affordable rates.
UCLA Philharmonia is UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music's flagship orchestra and performs nine programs annually, having a spectrum of operatic and symphonic repertoire. The Philharmonic's programming is one of the best in rarely-performed and contemporary works. Founded in 1919 by a part-time musician Andrews Clark, Jr., the Los Angeles Philharmonic is the first established permanent symphony orchestra of Los Angeles. Now over ninety years old, the LA Philharmonic is still in practice and every year, the classical orchestra sees more than a million spectators.
Since 2005, Los Angeles Philharmonic has collaborated with the staged UCLA Opera productions of Britten "Midsummer Night's Dream," Verdi "Falstaff," Puccini "Gianni Schicchi", and Weill "Threepenny Opera". Others include "Suor Angelica," Mozart "Le Nozze di Figaro," Jonathan Dove's "Flight," Ravel "L'Enfant et les Sortileges", Wolf-Ferrari "Il Segreto di Susanna" and Poulenc "Dialogues des Carmelites". Highlights of 2013-2014 include performances of the ninth annual "All-Star" concert, Mozart's "Don Giovanni" Opera UCLA production, "Poems and Prayers" and much more.
The conductors of UCLA symphony concerts include Philharmonia music director Neal Stulberg. Los Angeles Times heralded Neal as, "a shining example of podium authority and musical enlightenment." This American pianist and conductor has earned international acclaim for his performances that are presented with conviction and clarity. In North America, Neal Stulberg has led the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Houston, Atlanta and Indianapolis Symphonies. His credentials further include association with Milwaukee, New Jersey, New World, San Francisco, Saint Louis, Utah and Vancouver symphonies. He is also part of Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. Neal has won the Seaver/National Endowment for the Arts Conductors Award, which is the most coveted prize in America.
Under New Mexico Symphony orchestra's music director and Carlo Maria Giulini, Neal was also the assisted conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. The European career of Neal was launched in 1997 with the Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra. His latest and upcoming Germany engagements include the orchestras of Augsburg, Dortmund, Bochum, Herford, Muenster, Freiburg, Nurnberg, Rostock and Oldenburg. A regular guest conductor in Russia, Asia and Israel, Neal Stulberg has also appeared with the Seoul Philharmonic, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Korea Philharmonic, Israel Sinfonietta, Moscow Chamber Orchestra and Haifa Symphony Orchestras. Neal is also a talented pianist, making regular appearances as a recitalist and chamber musician with major orchestras as well as at international festivals. He has also recorded for West German Radio, Yarlung Records, Donemus, the Composers Voice label and Sono Luminus. Currently serving as the conductor of UCLA Symphony, Neal has contributed a lot to the music program.
UCLA Philharmonia and Symphony offer an exciting season of performances and several projects are also planned for the current academic year. UCLA is pleased to announce the release of the first commercial record of UCLA Philharmonia featuring the music of the newly recorded composer Eric Zeisl. This disc is expected to make an important contribution to Los Angeles' cultural history. In an interview Neal Stulberg stated that, "This CD sends an important message to the public about our school's high performance standards, enterprise and artistic values."
Watch a live performance by this acclaimed orchestra that brings material from a newly released CD featuring works of three great composers of all time. To attend this incredible show, UCLA Symphony tickets are all you need.