Campus Arts


Inside the Fight to #SaveOurStages: Independent Venues Struggle to Survive the Pandemic Year

Over the past year, independent venues have faced unique challenges in surviving the pandemic. The venues that have survived are hanging by a thread, held on the other end by the support of their communities and the tenacity of their owners.


Portrait of an Artist: Gabriel S. Fox-Peck '20

Gabriel S. Fox-Peck ‘20 (off cycle) displayed his senior thesis during the fall of 2019 in the form of a concert; The concert, titled “Glorybound,” has recently been released as an album.


Emerging Freshman Podcast has a new take on College Confessions

Whether you’re on-campus, off-campus, or international, social opportunities are sparse, and — in a world dominated by Zoom — often feel manufactured. A freshman podcast, “Dear Harvard Confessions,” is aiming to ameliorate the situation in a creative way.


The Harvard Student Composers Festival Showcases Harvard’s Student Talent

The Harvard Student Composers Festival took place Dec. 2 - Dec. 5. Sponsored by the Office for the Arts, Harvard University Department of Music, Harvard Composers Association, and the Harvard Undergraduate Songwriters Collective, the 2020 CompFest was a four-day event that sought to highlight student composers of all different musical genres and concentrations.


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