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UCLA PHILHARMONIA

The UCLA Philharmonia is the flagship orchestra of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Herb Alpert School of Music. Since 2005, the Philharmonia has been led by professor and director of orchestral studies Neal Stulberg.

Highlights of his tenure have included performances of Mahler, Bruckner, Nielsen, Honegger, Lutosławski and Dutilleux symphonies, Duke Ellington’s Harlem, a concert/lecture co-sponsored by the UCLA departments of music and evolutionary biology titled Messiaen’s Birds: The Greatest Musicians, featuring GRAMMY® Award winner and UCLA faculty pianist Gloria Cheng, a gala performance of Handel’s Judas Maccabaeus at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, birthday tributes to guitarist Kenny Burrell at Royce Hall; annual appearances at the Sundays Live series at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Bing Theater, a Getty Center revival of Edward Curtis’ 1914 silent film In the Land of the Head Hunters with restored original score, and two commercial releases, one of previously unrecorded orchestral works by Viennese émigré composer Erich Zeisl on Yarlung Records and a world premiere recording of works by Mohammed Fairouz’s on Sono Luminus.

UCLA Philharmonia
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