PHILLIP PYLE/ARTS EDITOR Asian American Students in Action brought Raveena to Goodrich for an Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month kickoff concert. R&B singer Raveena Aurora and rapper Rocky Rivera put on a transformative concert to kick off Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month at the College last Friday night in Goodrich Hall.
Critically acclaimed jazz guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel delivered an exciting and original performance at Brooks-Rogers on Monday night. Photo courtesy of NPR.
The Ernest Brown World Music Series brought La Voz de Tres to Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall last Friday. Photo courtesy of La Voz de Tres.
Thandiwe and Niambi Sala performed in Goodrich Hall Saturday night. OSHUN’S debut album, bittersweet vol.
Students attended a pop-up party dedicated to and modeled after rapper Tierra Whack’s project Whack World. Photo courtesy of Nasir Grissom.
Gina Coleman ’90 strums her cigar box guitar at the International Blues Challenge final. (PHOTO COURTESY OF ROGER STEPHENSON)
“The last time I was here was for my grandmother’s funeral service,” remarks Gina Coleman ’90, looking up dazedly into the rafters.
Ben Ortiz, an archivist from the Cornell Hip-Hop Collection, will DJ on Claiming Williams Day. Photo courtesy of Ben Ortiz.
This past Thursday, the world-class Dover Quartet performed in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall. The program included Beethoven’s Quartet in C Minor, op.
Last Saturday, musicians Neil Leonard and Miguel Nuñez were joined by multimedia artist Nestor Siré in an unorthodox exploration of Cuban artistic production at home and at large. The event was organized as the annual Plonsker Family Lecture Series in Contemporary Art, established in 1994 by Madeleine Plonsker, Harvey Plonsker ’61 and their son, Ted Plonsker ’86.
My first experience involving BROCKHAMPTON came with the solo works of Kevin Abstract, a rapper from Texas. In January of last year, I stumbled upon the song “Empty” from his sophomore album American Boyfriend: A Suburban Love Story.