October 7 - December 16

Sponsored by the Getty's PST:LA/LA, a survey of one of the most iconic figures of the Chicano art movement, Gilbert “Magu” Luján, known for his coloration and visual explorations of Chicano culture and community.

January 24

UCI Claire Trevor School of the Arts and Irvine Barclay Theatre present Nina Scolnik with the American String Quartet for an evening of classical music as part of the Distinguished Artist Series

January 25 - January 28

Set in an urban Los Angeles of many cultures, promises and dangers, SHE follows a runaway through random encounters during one night alone on the street, resolving in unexpected redemption.

January 26

UCI Chamber Singers and UCI A Cappella host leading a cappella groups from UCI and other Southern California campuses. Come by to support the art and spread the love.

February 3

International Conference of College Orchestra Directors’ Association (CODA) and the UCI Symphony presents a collection of piece’s celebrating national and international African-American composers.

February 3 - February 11

Mrs. Packard tells the story of a great American woman’s struggle to right a system gone wrong.

February 3

Kojiro Umezaki, of Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble, and Jenny Kim, fortepiano, present works for shakuhachi, fortepiano, electronics, and more. The program includes selections from Japanese composer Michio Mamiya’s Five Finnish Folk Songs arranged for...

February 14

Enjoy a noontime concert featuring outstanding performers from various disciplines in UCI’s Department of Music.

February 16 - February 17
Jazz pianist and composer Kei Akagi will be joined by colleagues Darek Oles (bass) and Jason Harnell (drums) for an evening of original works. This trio has been together for over 25 years, and seamlessly incorporates the full spectrum of traditional...
February 21

The UCI undergraduate jazz program will present its quarterly concert to showcase the small group student ensembles.