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Bi-College Orchestra Rehearsal: It’s a Thursday Night Thing

Every Thursday night from 7:00 to 9:30 pm, strains of music can be heard in and around Roberts Hall on campus Continue reading

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A Look Back At Pinwheel Day

For yesterday’s Pinwheel Day, Founders Green was festooned with scores of pinwheels spinning in the sunshine to mark the unofficial start of spring. Students picnicked among the pinwheels, played Frisbee, and brought out instruments and stereo speakers to fill the Green with music. Continue reading

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The Music of Physics

Ever heard of a physics sing-along? Well, Professor Walter Smith leads one every year at the American Physical Society meeting. Continue reading

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Reviving WHRC

Haverford’s formerly dormant college radio station, WHRC, is now back in action as a “a web-based collective of audio content and multimedia generated by the Bi-Co community” that is available for live-streaming. Continue reading

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Haverford-Bryn Mawr College Chorale in Fall Concert

The weekly rehearsals of the Haverford-Bryn Mawr College Chorale are known as a Wednesday night institution in bi-college life. The practices bring together students, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the local community in an oratorio choir of more than … Continue reading

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Winterreise And Beyond

On Friday, November 30, the Performing Artists Series presented a concert featuring Franz Schubert’s song cycle Winterreise by Ruth Marshall Magill Professor of Music Curt Cacioppo and Montreal-based baritone Alex Dobson that represented the culmination of months of interdisciplinary between five professors and 60 students. Continue reading

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Ghanaian Hip-Hop Hits the Bi-Co

Robin Riskin ’12 organized a Tri-College symposium, GMGE: Ghanaian Music//Global Entrepreneurship, that brought some of the most innovative musicians from Ghana to campus for a concert, a screening and a panel series to explore how these artists have harnessed the powers of new media to create a global movement through music. Continue reading

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Two Bands Formed at Haverford Jam Together

Current students the Attic Stairs acted as the opening act (and played their first ever off-campus show) for the alums in Broadside Electric for a night of Haverford-related folk music at a local coffee shop. Continue reading

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Ukuleles in the Cold

Despite frosty temperatures outside, an impromptu ukulele concert broke out on the steps of Founders on Friday afternoon. Continue reading

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A Musical Tribute to Thanksgiving

Ruth Marshall Magill Professor of Music Curt Cacioppo and his friend, pianist Emanuele Arciuli, presented an on-campus colloquium celebrating Native American art and music in honor of Thanksgiving. Continue reading

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