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music

  • A video feature on the UCSB Department of Music
    A video feature on the UCSB Department of Music

    The UCSB Department of Music hits all the right notes

  • The occasional tunes of Jeffrey’s Jazz Coffeehouse are hitting the right note in Isla Vista

  • Zach Gill + Friends perform “Watch ‘Em Grow” for UCSB Amplified
    Zach Gill + Friends perform “Watch ‘Em Grow” for UCSB Amplified

    Alumnus and accomplished musician Zach Gill launches latest season of UCSB Amplified with original song “Watch ‘Em Grow”

  • Highlights from UCSB Amplified seasons past
    Highlights from UCSB Amplified seasons past

    Performers should apply by April 25 to be considered for season 5 of campus music series UCSB Amplified

  • A UCSB historian’s new book reveals the role of music in the subjugation and liberation of African culture

  • Ella Kilroy
    Ella Kilroy

    Ella Kilroy kicks off a new season of music on campus

  • Jake Goldman and his acoustic guitar inaugurate a new season of music

  • Hannah Wolfe ROVER 3.0

    Highlighting its unique position at the intersection of arts, engineering and science, the Media Arts and Technology graduate program will hold its annual year-end show

  • Music takes center stage with UCSB Amplified, a new performance series featuring UC Santa Barbara students, faculty, staff and even alumni.

  • UCSB's Arts District is the center of scholarship in the arts and fine arts

    Throughout the entire year, the Arts District is the campus’s academic center for scholarship in the arts and fine arts

  • A visit to the UCSB carillon with musician Margo Halsted
    A visit to the UCSB carillon with musician Margo Halsted

    Accomplished carillonist plays UCSB’s 61-bell instrument every Monday, teaches carillon in Department of Music

  • Surf chants date back at least as far as the 18th century, when surfing was enjoyed by Hawaiian royalty and commoners alike

  • The Flentrop organ in UC Santa Barbara's Department of Music will take center stage on Jan. 10 for “Bach to Flentrop,” a performance commemorating the 40th anniversary of the organ’s arrival at UCSB.

  • Is it music? Is it sheer sound? Challenging the definition of what can be called music, noise music is a phenomenon that continues to puzzle, intrigue and even offend. In his new book, "Japanoise," author David Novak explores the genre in Japan...

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