Crimson staff writer
Gwendolyn M. Ibarra
Artist Profile: Conductor Earl Lee Debuts in Symphony Hall in Culmination of Rewarding Career
After reminiscing on his accomplished career, Lee emphasized the importance of music for those involved in music at any level.
‘Renfield’ Review: Dracula’s Servant Revived
Standing amongst the great adaptations of Dracula's story from across film history, “Renfield,” the 2023 film from director Chris McKay, is bound to disappoint some moviegoers.
“the record” Review: boygenius Dropped The Next Indie Heartbreak Anthems
boygenius released “the record” on March 31, packaging a myriad of sensations surrounding monumental heartbreak into 42 minutes of indie gold.
Separating the Art from the Artist: A Call for Compassion
Real changes in the culture within these art spaces and music scenes can occur through calling out wrongdoing and remembering the stories of victims.
Sidebody Concert Review: Somerville-Born Band Plays a Powerful Benefit for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center
The band sidebody delivered a tantalizing benefit performance to raise money for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC).