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"My Side" necessarily softens the bravado of Drake’s recent sound and offers a potential glimpse of a pared-down approach for the rapper’s upcoming album, “Views From the 6.”
Speedy Ortiz’s latest is a stunning, vitalizing release—a powerful album about wounding and being wounded, healing, and surviving.
Staff members at Harvard’s Center on the Developing Child Sally J. Pfitzer, left, and Chuck E. Carter, right, sing at the Science Center Plaza on Wednesday afternoon to raise awareness about adversities children face in development.
Students cheer on the band “Hot Breakfast” last year at Yardfest in Tercentenary Theater.
Tania León, a Grammy-nominated talent, co-curated the Voces de America Latina concert series and composed "Toque," which was performed at both concerts on Friday and Saturday night.
“Ivy Tripp” is a big gamble, but Waxahatchee's sonic experimentation pays off powerfully.
The Crimson speaks with composer, conductor, and arts educator Tania León about her artistic process on Saturday prior to the second of two concerts featuring her 2006 piece "Toque."
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.