“Being undocumented means you don’t have any rights,” Teresa Lee, the original Dreamer, told the audience on Tuesday night for the world premiere of “The New Immigrant Experience.”Read More
Smith professor Steve Waksman, upon being asked what style The Electric Eyes, the band he plays in, and their newly released album, come under -- said that they are altogether a rock band, with influences from it’s subcategories such as -- indie rock of the 80’s and 90’s and psychedelic rock of the 60’s and 70’s.Read More
At 29 years old, pianist and Iva Dee Hiatt Visiting Artist & Lecturer in Music Jiayan Sun has already achieved his lifelong dream: the opportunity to perform the complete sonatas of the composer who, for him, inspired it all.
Emily Ehrensperger ’21 | Assistant Arts Editor
Fresh off of her debut tour through Europe, singer Madison McFerrin performed songs from her two recent EPs on Saturday, Feb. 23, in Sweeney Concert Hall. The daughter of music legend Bobby McFerrin (among his many accomplishments the song “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”), she exhibited her own unique style that explored soulful, sensual a cappella through electronic looping.Read More
And The Kids has certainly been busy since their 2016 release of “Friends Share Lovers.” The band — consisting of Hannah Mohan on vocals and guitar, Rebecca Lasaponaro on drums and Megan Miller on synthesizers and percussion — opened for Blondie at MASS MoCA and have made appearances in the Paste Magazine studio and NPR’s “Tiny Desk” concert series. Now, the Northampton group is back with their third LP, “When This Life Is Over,” in which they continue to explore the complexity of human connection.Read More