Matthew H. Coogan

Music

Bluegrass Educates with Sound of Music

As jazz was a generation ago, American folk music is beginning—too late, as many enthusiasts insist—to be embraced and studied by the academic world.

Ryu Goto
Music

SPOTLIGHT: Ryu Goto '11

Ryu Goto ’11, brother of renowned violinist Midori Goto, will join the Bach Society Orchestra (BachSoc) this Sunday in a ...

Features

Reaching the End of the Silk Road

The phenomenon of multiculturalism in today’s world often becomes so muddled and clichéd that the cultures represented become vitiated and ...

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HDS Talks Green, Spirituality

Students and religious leaders explored the intersection of religion and environmentalism at a conference held Friday at the Harvard Divinity

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Dr. Y Says Goodbye Triumphantly

James Yannatos raised the baton for his first concert as Music Director of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, the oldest symphony orchestra

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HGSE Group Uncovers Creativity Everywhere

For most, the concept of creativity is most quickly associated with art. For James Croft and Edward Clapp, creators of

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Divided, HRO's Concert Stands

The Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra gathers some of the most talented musicians on campus, but in their third concert of the year—performed

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HRO Evokes Rich Moods

Last Friday, one short month after their Halloween concert, the Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra (HRO) tackled another ambitious program at Sanders

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SPOTLIGHT: Trevor J. Martin '10

Strings extend across the Adams Art Space like lasers, both encouraging exploration of the space and prohibiting it. These boundaries

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HRO Does the Airplane for Dr. Yannatos

It was the beginning of the end of an institution on Friday night as James Yannatos stepped to the podium

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Zander Conducts Balancing Act

The Boston Philharmonic Orchestra (BPO), led by Benjamin Zander, stirred the Sanders Theatre crowd Wednesday night with an inconsistent but

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POPSCREEN: Ludacris

Ludacris’ new music video has a lot in common with the 2000 blockbuster “What Women Want,” starring Mel Gibson. Like

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Practiced Playing from Brattle Street

On Saturday night, one of Harvard’s lesser-known musical groups, the Brattle Street Chamber Players, gave a polished performance in Paine

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SPOTLIGHT: Veronica Rodriguez Ballesteros

Many Harvard students consider the outside lives of their teaching fellows a mystery. For Verónica Rodríguez Ballesteros, a TF for

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Visual Arts

Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance