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Interview Column

This week, justArts spoke with Tres Fimmano ’18, who directed Tympanium Euphorium’s production of “Little Shop of Horrors” that went up in the Shapiro Campus Center Theater this past weekend.

MELA celebrates South Asian culture

   A crowd packed into Levin ballroom on Saturday night to see “MELA 2015: Nazrana.” Presented by the South Asian Students’ Association, MELA is an annual celebration of South Asian culture and heritage.

Interview Column

This week justArts spoke with LaShawn Simmons ’18 about Ebony Axis, a zine for Brandeis black women created with a grant from the Creativity, the Arts and Social Transformation program. justArts: Can you give a background of Ebony Axis? LaShawn Simmons: Ebony Axis, I call it a zine, because it’s not just poetry, we have some ilustrations, but it’s more an anthology of black women’s poetry here on campus.

Azerbaijani artist performs piano concert

On Sunday afternoon in the Women’s Studies Research Center, Azerbaijani contemporary classical composer Rahilia Hasanova intimately performed a small sample of her works.  Sponsored by the Rebecca Clark Society and The Gardarev Society Hasanova, the concert featured Hasanova playing her own piano compositions and Jill Dreeben performing six of Hasanova’s short flute compositions.

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