The Review

Pandemic pop: musicians resort to virtual concerts, streaming services

After their live concert was cancelled, the Flinns decided to live stream for the guests that had RSVP’d.

Indrani Maitra, Copy Editor

April 14, 2020

As the nation adjusts to the new reality of life under self-quarantine, a number of artists and bands are connecting with their fans on live streaming platforms to help alleviate the uncertainty and fear instigated by the outbreak. 

Senior pursues singing, songwriting, performing

Malcolm and his band performed at White Oak Music Hall on Sept. 29.

SJ Lasley and Keval Shah

October 14, 2019

On Sept. 29, senior Scotty Malcolm and his band performed at White Oak Music Hall. Malcolm released his first EP this summer.

Under Review: Taylor Swift’s “Lover”

Taylor Swift released

Mac Bechtol, Staff Writer

September 25, 2019

"Lover," Taylor Swift's latest studio album, showcases her personal growth and provides insight into her relationship with Joe Alwyn.

Video: French students perform Renaissance Chanson

Video: French students perform Renaissance Chanson

Shelley Stein, Adviser

May 14, 2019

The French Symposium Choir performs "Il Est Bel Et Bon," a piece composed by Pierre Passereau.

Sophomore accepted to summer songwriting workshop

Brown released her single

Bailey Maierson, Staff Writer

May 11, 2019

Sophomore Natalie Brown will attend the NYU Summer Songwriters Workshop in June.

Reverend Mulligan clarifies announcement about future Music Chapels

Karli Fisher performs a mashup of

Gabrielle Solymosy and Pragya Devashish

May 6, 2019

During Music Chapel on April 2, Director of Spiritual Life Ned Mulligan announced that Music Chapel will not continue in following years.

Make Up Your Mind: Haley Heyndrickx’s “I Need to Start a Garden”

Haley Heyndrickx’s

Sophia Kontos, Online Editor-in-Chief

February 21, 2019

Online Editor-in-Chief Sophia Kontos reviews Haley Heyndrickx’s album "I Need to Start a Garden".

South Asian Affinity Group assembly highlights blending of native and American values

SAAG members rehearse one of their four dances before the assembly.

Indrani Maitra and Keval Shah

November 10, 2018

On Oct. 25, the SAAG hosted an assembly to celebrate South Asian culture and traditions.

Make Up Your Mind: River Whyless’ “Kindness, A Rebel”

River Whyless' 2018 album

Sophia Kontos, Online Editor-in-Chief

September 27, 2018

Whyless Rivers' 2018 album "Kindness, A Rebel" features foot-tapping instrumentals and poignant lyrics.

Special Music: Cara Wolff performs “The Best Day”

Special Music: Cara Wolff performs

Video Staff

November 7, 2017

Senior Cara Wolff performed "The Best Day" in chapel.

Class Act: Piano teacher Yvonne Chen

New piano teacher Yvonne Chen started teaching at age 14.

Katina Christensen and Tyler King, Staff Writers

November 1, 2017

At an age when most music students are starting lessons, Yvonne Chen was teaching piano lessons. Growing up in a suburb of Washington, D.C., Chen started playing piano at age five, inspired by her older sister, who also played. Chen practiced with her house windows open, and her neighbors heard he...

Artists at ACL promote unity in the wake of tragedy

Mutemath's performance emphasized the importance of family

Noel Madland, Staff Writer

October 19, 2017

Artists brought people together through stunning performances and demonstrations of unity at ACL Relive the festival with these photos and videos of the concerts.

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