Sophie O. Duvernoy
Regina Carter respectfully gives jazz-infused interpretation of African rhythms and melodies
“Winter’s Bone” is beautifully bleak, a marvel because of its unflinching commitment to the relentless realism that always accompanies endurance.
André Aciman’s entire second novel reads like an exercise in bringing a feverish Proustian narrative to twenty-first century Manhattan.
Celebrity jazz concerts are often dreary affairs—museums of dusty music where real jazz goes to die.
Race needs to be talked about openly and immediately. That’s the straightforward message of Code Switch 7, a brand-new theater company founded by the American Repertory Theater’s (A.R.T.) seven African American students: Renee-Marie Brewster, Anthony Gaskins, Kelley Green, Faith O. Imafedon ’07, Richard Scott, Charles Settles, and Lindsay Strachan. Under the mentorship of Professor Robert Scanlan, they will be performing their debut show at 2pm on Sunday, February 7 at Club Oberon.
Fred Ho ’79—baritone saxophonist, composer, band leader, political activist, and Marxist—is a pretty remarkable guy. He aspires to create multicultural ...
Mainly Jazz Company and TAPS team up to explore styles in lively show
<p>Act on a Dream, a student organization that advocates for the legal rights of undocumented student immigrants, held its inaugural event of the year on Tuesday night with a film screening of the Emmy-award winning documentary, “Made in L.A.”</p>
“In general it is a matter of experimenting with the different arrangements of one color,” Debussy wrote in 1894 concerning ...
One night in late April 1990, Robert C. Guillemin, at the request of Senator John F. Kerry, drove a 5,000-gallon ...
Tracy Kidder ’67– Pulitzer Prize winner, literary journalist, and Harvard graduate–has been writing award-winning non-fiction for the past 35 years.
This year, the VES department welcomes 11 visiting faculty members, hailing from across the U.S., as well as Germany, Portugal,