Tune-In Festival L.A. kicks off with a welcome celebration, toast and conversation between CAP UCLA Artistic and Executive Director Kristy Edmunds and composer Mohammed Fairouz.

The innovative L.A.-based ensemble Quattro will perform a free pre-concert in the Schoenberg courtyard starting at 6:30.

The talented UCLA students of globally-inspired quartet Tahkt Dirty perform during intermission.
Dig Deeper into the sounds and soul of contemporary performers and composers via our on-site Pop-Up Library.

Two powerful and inventive ensembles performing two riveting programs that span centuries, genres, ideas and emotions and would make famed composer Arnold Schoenberg himself proud. Join us for both concerts plus music and drinks and interactions with the performers on the serene Schoenberg patio. UCLA student group OMG Brass Trio will perform during the break between the two programs.

Tune-In Festival L.A. closes with a bang, featuring a pre-show artist talk on the Royce Terrace, performance by student group OMG String Quartet and a thrilling on-stage collaboration from the Tune-In Festival L.A. ensembles. Our Pop-Up Library will be openólearn more, share your thoughts. Stick around after this and all the Tune-In Festival L.A. performances to meet the artists.

Check out our Tune-In Festival L.A. playlist on Spotify for a sampling of the brilliant music being performed.

Tune-In Festival L.A. is supported in part by the Colburn Foundation. 
Additional support provided by the Henry Mancini Tribute Fund and the Sally & William A. Rutter Endowment for the Performing Arts.
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