Empty performance halls don’t have to mean empty hearts — music professors discuss how virtual concerts can provide a (albeit different) sense of community.
Taylor Swift rerecording her masters sparks a conversation about artist ownership –– and shows her privilege, Mirabella Miller SC ’23 says.
The stereotypes that exist within music are harmful towards artists and the potential of music as a source of influence in society, argues Phillip Kong PO ’24.
“Back to Plan A” is an original album of nine songs composed by Pierre Englebert, a politics professor at Pomona College.
Robert “Bob” Keller, a professor of computer science and music at Harvey Mudd College, died Sept. 13 surrounded by his family.
As learning goes virtual, professors and coaches are thinking outside the box and outside their typical syllabi.
Music columnist Ella Boyd SC ’21 compiles an exhaustive list of ways to use music to your benefit while social distancing, whether through creating, sharing or listening to it.
The Claremont Colleges Hindu Society hosted Holi, a religious and cultural festival which includes throwing colors, at Walker Beach.
Music columnist Kyla Walker PO ’22 explores Taylor Swift’s whirlwind transition from political privacy to political activism in “Miss Americana.”
Watu Weusi, a black student support collective at Scripps College, hosted its eighth annual Black Arts Festival Saturday, showcasing black and African art and culture.