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BØRNS
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BØRNS

Garrett Borns, better known by his stage moniker BØRNS

BORNS
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BORNS

Palehound
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Palehound

Ellen Kempner—vocalist, songwriter, guitarist, and leader of Palehound

Palehound
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Artist Spotlight: Palehound

The Harvard Crimson discussed musical beginnings and inspirations with Ellen Kempner, the artist behind Palehound.

BØRNS
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Artist Spotlight: BØRNS

The Harvard Crimson sat down with BØRNS, who will be playing at Boston Calling, to talk about his plans for his upcoming tour and the ways his past performances have affected him.

Miike Snow
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Miike Snow

Miike Snow
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Artist Spotlight: Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow

One-third the guy who wrote the Grammy-nominated Bruno Mars hit “Grenade” and two-thirds the team behind Britney Spears’ early aughts-defining “Toxic," Miike Snow know their way around a pop song. Prior to the start of their summer tour, vocalist Andrew Wyatt sat down with The Crimson to talk the band’s beginnings, the process of producing an album from three different continents, and the irreverence of Miike Snow.

Indian Classical Showcase
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Indian Classical Showcase

Gopal K. Vashishtha ’19 plays the flute at Maya, an Indian classical showcase put on by Harvard College Deepam.

21st Annual Pow Wow
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21st Annual Pow Wow

Harvard students and staff hosted the 21st Annual Harvard University Pow Wow in the Radcliffe Yard Saturday afternoon.

Emerge
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Emerge

Student musician group Emerge played four indie-music songs with yangqin, strings, and voice in Adolphus Busch Hall Saturday afternoon.

Harvard Pow Wow
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Harvard Pow Wow

Harvard University Native American Program organizes its 21st annual Harvard Pow Wow in the Radcliffe Quad in May.

Harvard Pow Wow
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Photos of the Weekend 05.01.16

Applied Math 141r: Computational Music Theory
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Applied Math 141r: Computational Music Theory

(from left) George D. Torres ‘17, Dayne A. Davis ‘16, and Gordon P. Michas ‘17 work on their musical instruments during Applied Math 141r: Computational Music Theory on Thursday afternoon.

Tin Can Guitar
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Tin Can Guitar

Gordon P. Michas ‘17 works on a tin can guitar during Applied Math 141r, which takes place in Pierce Hall.

Carpenter Center Fourth Floor
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​The Springboard: Alumni in the Arts Recall Studies at Harvard

Harvard grads in the arts—from the creators of “The Office,” “Parks and Recreation,” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” to Broadway musicians and authors—remember a formative Harvard education, albeit one largely lacking in technical arts instruction.