Music students perform at Burns Chapel Opening

The crisp, sweet notes of the tickled ivory cascaded throughout the hall, bouncing off of redone carpet, onto freshly painted walls and back into the ears of those seated in brand new pews. One thing they didn't hear was the sound of the brand new air conditioner. "There's new carpet, new … [Read more...]

‘La La Land’ sings and dances its way into hearts

In honor of it finally coming out on Blu-Ray, I feel like it is finally time to express my thoughts on La La Land in writing. I have seen this movie three times in theaters and vehemently recommend it to everyone I know, it is safe to say that I love this movie. It encapsulates everything I love in … [Read more...]

Ruth Morrow: the piano woman and marathon racer

Papers, books and folders piled 15 inches high all across the office with a only a small path to the desk and computer. At first glance, it's hard to even notice the two pianos in the office. Ruth Morrow sat at her desk with a wide grin across her face, ready to discuss the adventure she calls … [Read more...]

Jennifer Koh and Shai Wosner perform for Music Series

Jennifer Koh, violinist, and Shai Wosner, pianist, will perform as part of the Music Series this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Akin Auditorium.“This concert gives both the community and students an opportunity to hear artists of a higher caliber,” Andrew Allen, assistant professor of music, said.The … [Read more...]

Fine Arts dean, guest to present concert Thursday

Martin Camacho, dean of the Lamar D. Fain College of Fine Arts, and Mexican tenor Edgar Villalva will present a free concert in Akin Auditorium: Latin American Evening – Songs to Remember, at 7 p.m.“This concert will allow people to be aware of and engage in Hispanic culture,” Camacho said.Villalva … [Read more...]