The record’s strongest moments are its catchiest. In each case, abrasive EDM breakdowns go hand-in-hand with soaring disco melodies. For those familiar with Gaga’s output, several tracks might uncannily bring to mind “The Fame” and “Born This Way.”
Reality check: It is impossible for anyone to dictate exactly how anyone else should spend his time.
“That’s kind of better.” Lang Lang—the 29-year-old pianist phenomenon who has released over a dozen commercial recordings and was listed ...
A humorous and versatile cast overcomes the technical and spatial limitations necessary to producing such a globe-trotting show in a dining hall to deliver the operetta’s bawdy mockery of ‘l’optimisme.’
Loyalty to authorial intent and desire for creativity are two of the many irreconcilable imperatives for translators.
This poster was spotted at Lamont Library.
Susan Milligan, political journalist and resident fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics, argued women in politics are largely judged by their physical appearances rather than the substance of their platforms yesterday at the Harvard College Women’s Center.
If “Ruddigore, or the Witch’s Curse” is concerned with, above all, what one ought to do in certain situations, let ...
With his newest recording, Andsnes returns to convention with two of the great twentieth-century piano concertos of the virtuoso Russian school (Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Shostakovich).
In an ambitious and varied program, the Bach Society Orchestra (BachSoc) gave its first concert of the year this past ...
The Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, under the direction of Federico Cortese, Senior Lecturer in Music, opened its concert season last Friday at ...
“In what way is a gamelan a vehicle for us to discover another culture? In what way is it a place for creating music?” Diamond reflects.
Professor Andrew G. Clark had a busy weekend. The new Director of Choral Activities was tasked with leading more than ...
2012 Harvard Men’s Soccer Team Produced Sexually Explicit ‘Scouting Report’ on Female Recruits
Harvard and Dining Workers Reach 'Tentative Agreement'
HUDS Contract Pays $35,000 per Year, Covers Copays
Students, Supporters Show Out in Force Monday For Dining Workers
Strike Ends After Dining Employees Vote in Favor of Contract