This Valentine’s Day, Spotlight MT — the 5C student-run musical theater club — subverted expectations with a “Villaintines Day Queer Cabaret” at Dom’s Lounge on Feb. 10 and 11. In 13 acts, a cast of 16 performers re-conceived some famously nefarious roles from Disney films and Broadway musicals through a queer prism.
Rihanna shocked everyone with a pregnancy announcement during her super bowl halftime performance, but that wasn’t the only part of the show that shocked music columnist Abbie Bobeck SC ’26.
Studnet band Fischli’s Animals has made a name for themselves despite the challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic and a founding member studying abroad.
After spending the summer visiting 10 European cities as inspiration for her E.P. album, “Sonic Skyline,” Kyra Varivaya CM ’25 understands how music serves as an outlet to tell stories of the world through her experiences.
Amelia Huchley SC ’23 made vocalist history with her win at the Claremont Concert Orchestra Concerto Competition this past Saturday.
How can high-risk activities such as singing survive during a pandemic? Music professors have tackled this question through uniquely shaped masks, social distancing, and practicing outdoors.
On Feb. 29, the Claremont Chinese Student Association held its annual Spring Festival Gala, where students celebrated the Year of the Rat.
The rehearsal began like any hangout between a group of friends. The ladies of Women’s Blue and White, a 5C a cappella group, filed in one by one, hot tea in hand, music sheets in the other. There was a lot of catching up, joking around, and even fruit