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The pop singles that electrified the summer of 2016

“Cheap Thrills” by Sia Certainly no stranger to the world of songwriting, 40-year-old singer, Sia Furler, has yet again made her mark in the world of pop music with her latest single “Cheap Thrills.” With… Read More...

All that glitters is mold in Boris’ Kitchen semester show

Back at it again with their semester show, sketch comedy group Boris’ Kitchen most definitely exceeded the high expectations of audience members as they enthralled us with “The Greatest Story Ever Mold,” a recurring theme… Read More...

Brandeis Jazz Ensemble swings into spring with semester show

As the campus begins to come alive with activity again while the winter draws to a close, the Brandeis University Jazz Ensemble brought forth a performance that was surely as unprecedented as the latest bout… Read More...

Brandeis Wind Ensemble mightily delivers Dvořák classic

The Brandeis Wind Ensemble put on their spring semester show this past Sunday, April 3 at the Slosberg Recital Hall, as always, under the direction of the admirable Tom Souza. The first piece of the… Read More...

Brandeis Pride kicks off with ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’

LGBT Pride Month traditionally occurs in June, a time when the majority of the student body will be off campus. Because of this, Brandeis’ LGBTQ+ umbrella organization Triskelion is bringing the spirit of Pride Month… Read More...

Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato would be impressed with Brandeis’ Final Jam

As part of Brandeis’ annual Bronstein Weekend, Student Events held “Brandeis’ Got Talent: The Final Jam,” an exhibition of student talents, satirically named after Disney’s 2010 film “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam.” Featuring a… Read More...

“Viola+Electronics” shockingly lacks the latter in concert

In the height of the popularity of electronic music, few genres truly remain devoid of its ubiquitous influence. This past Saturday, violist and member of the Lydian String Quartet, Mark Berger, demonstrated how the two… Read More...

‘The Politics of Voice’ raises deep questions about identity

Few artists can cohesively combine musical precision with the great wealth of vocally expressible human emotion as Grammy-nominated soprano, Tony Arnold, did this past Sunday night in Slosberg recital hall. Recipient of the 2015 Brandeis… Read More...

‘The Politics of Voice’ raises deep questions about identity

Few artists can cohesively combine musical precision with the great wealth of vocally expressible human emotion as Grammy-nominated soprano, Tony Arnold, did this past Sunday night in Slosberg recital hall. Recipient of the 2015 Brandeis… Read More...

Trio Emet brings new life to chamber music

Chamber music, a division of classical music known for its scarce instrumentation, has long been the preferred form of classical music for harboring an intimate relationship between performers and audience. No exception to this was… Read More...
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