06/15 Vital Dialogues: Black Aesthetics Post Ferguson
03/15 Scriabin Among the Symbolists: A Centennial Symposium
11/13 Professor Tamara Levitz Awarded Most Prestigious Book Award for AMS
9/13 Musicology Graduate Student performed at Fowler Out Loud,In conjunction with the Big Draw LA
8/13 Professor Robert Fink blogs about big data for the American Musicological Society
5/13 - Professor Mitchell Morris wins the AMS Philip Brett Award
1/13 - In Memoriam, Preeminent Musicologist Robert M. Stevenson
Graduate Student wins award from Israeli Musicological Society
Musicology Professor, Nina Eidsheim, Co-Chairs Multicampus Research Group
Professor Tamara Levitz publishes new book "Modernist Mysteries: Perséphone"
6/12- Graduate Student wins AMS 50 Dissertation Year Fellowship
"The Sounds of Singing: Nina Eidsheim's Body Music"
5/12 - Musicology Graduate Student and Faculty win prestigious UCLA Seed Grant Funding
4/12 - "The Sounds of Singing: Nina Eidsheim's Body Music"
3/12 -UCLA Musicology Ranked #1 in National Research Council Survey
2/12 - Professor Tim Taylor, "After hours: the Irish pub musician"
11/11- Early Music Ensemble to perform at Powell Rotunda
UCLA had strong presence at national AMS meeting in San Francisco
5/11 - Annual ECHO Conference, May 2011
Graduate Student wins fellowship to do research in Japan
4/11 - Graduate Student Awarded UC President's Postdoctoral Fellowship
Faculty Member to be a Featured Workshop Speaker at Symposium on Music -Race - Empire
11/10 - Graduate Student wins 2010 Alaska Native Visionary Award
10/10 -UCLA Musicology Alumna Publishes First Book
09/10 - Music History Undergradaute Wins Eileen Southern Travel Award
07/10 - Eidsheim Awarded Miles Levin
06/10 - Congratulations to the 2010 Graduates
The 8th Annual Robert Stevenson Lecture
05/10- Early Music Ensemble Spring Concert
ACLS New Faculty Fellows
04/10- UCLA CSW Special Issue- Writing About Music
09/10 -Regents Lectures, Winter 2010
Visiting Professors in 2010
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