UCSB has the fortune of harboring an expansive community of talented musicians, among which stand the ensembles of singers who create music collaboratively using just their voices as instruments. This weekend, UCSB’s two classical choirs and three acappella groups present their captivating, kaleidoscopic repertoire. Tomorrow at 8 p.m., the trained […]
Warm summer nights, lying out by the beach and a soundtrack that matches the ideal Santa Barbara lifestyle … Winter has descended on us but it’s nice to reminisce about what the Santa Barbara Bowl offered during its 2013 season. It was a feast for the ears and appealed to […]
Last Friday night at The Hub, the crowd’s energy was palpable in the silence between performances. The excitement at this A.S. Program Board event was infectious as we waited for Oxnard-native Madlib (also known as Quasimoto), a well-known multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer. With highly acclaimed albums to his name like […]
Director of Pollock Theater Matt Ryan interviewed screenwriter Aline Brosh McKenna in Script-to-Screen, a series that examines the creative processes of film directing, screenwriting and acting through moderated discussion with the artists themselves.
I have never seen Campbell Hall as full as it was this past Tuesday night at the John Hiatt and Lyle Lovett concert. Every seat in the hall was filled with high spirits and enthusiasm for the spectacle on stage. The performers were absolutely remarkable.