music

Music program inspires creativity in prison reform

By MATT STEIN – 5 years ago

For the last 37 years, Vassar students have made the 30-minute drive to Stormville, N.Y. each week. As part of the Green Haven Prison Program, students and inmates at the…

Beal finds harmony of music, film

By SIEU NGUYEN – 6 years ago

The name of Jeff Beal may not be as well-known as “House of Cards,” the Netflix original series on Washington politics, but the show owes much of its popularity to…

SOAK splashes onto scene with depth, haunting voice

By PATRICK TANELLA – 6 years ago

As I peruse Spotify and Pandora, I am con­stantly attempting to find new artists and songs. While browsing Troye Sivan’s Spotify playlist, I came across a beautifully haunting song called…

Kozan spotlights Japanese music

By MATT STEIN – 6 years ago

courtesy of Oyama Kozan  The guitar has been around for a while and violins get their fair share of orchestral pieces, but rarely do most traditional instru­ments get the spotlight…

Hamilton soundtrack a standalone success

By JILLIAN ELKIN – 6 years ago

Show tunes or musical theater are often iso­lated from other genres of music. Musicals themselves are less infused in public culture than film, TV or music. Despite its longstand­ing influences…

Gomez finds her voice in Revival

By PATRICK TANELLA – 6 years ago

Many people know Selena Gomez from her appearances on Disney Channel, her scan­dalous relationship with Justin Bieber and her previously questionable music. With the debut of her new album, “Revival,”…

Chinese film achieves festival successes

By YIBO YU – 6 years ago

I remember when the Chinese film “Black Coal, Thin Ice” (2014) won the Golden Ber­lin Bear, mainland Chinese critics gave it uni­versal acclaim. In the eyes of the Chinese mass…

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