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Musician Ashford L. King '15 performs for crowds on the Science Center Plaza on Tuesday afternoon. The performance was a part of the Mural Speaks project, aimed at translating a poem into 140 languages.
While the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra has undergone some major shifts in the past couple of years, most prominently with respect to its grading system, its members and director remain united in their commitment to success. Since 2009, HRO Director Federico Cortese has worked toward an ambitious goal: to create the best liberal arts orchestra in the country.
“Worship," by Years & Years, showcases the group's ability to stick to the tenets of their smooth electro-pop style while refining their sound.
On "Mr. Wonderful," Action Bronson balances honest, personal themes of internal struggle with his carefree attitude and incisive wordplay, resulting in a successful execution of an ambitious album.
Choreographer Keenan Monks '15 dances in "Hyde" at the Asian American Dance Troupe's Eastbound on Saturday.
Lucy Cheng '15 launches into the air as she displays her traditional Chinese wushu fan in the "Dance of Dragons" at the Asian American Dance Troupe's Eastbound, choreographed by Shannon W. Zhu '17.
Kylie Zhang '18 and Jennifer Wang '15 perform an original piece, "Far Away," choreographed by Wang, in the Asian American Dance Troupe's Eastbound on Saturday.
Samuel T. Kim '15 and Anson H. Kahng '16 lift Wanxin Cheng '14 during the opening dance of the Asian American Dance Troupe's Eastbound. The dance, called "Silhouettes in the Rain," is an ethnic Chinese dance that involves bamboo hats.
Simon Huang, GSE, and Elaine Dong '17 perform a dance built on elements of hip-hop dance. The dance, called "Step Up," was choreographed by Dong and Alex Chang '10.
Student composer Sam Wu '17 chats with the Crimson about his work and future aspirations.
Forgoing the intricate, symphonic compositions of some of his earlier work, Stevens alternatingly aims forgiveness and bitterness at his mother’s ghost on “Carrie & Lowell” through some of the barest lyrics and instrumentation he has ever used.