As part of this year’s Senior Thesis Festival, Jade Garisch ’15 presented her original one-woman show Songs of a Murderess. The performance incorporated elements of dance, song and alternative theater techniques to analyze the conception of memory.
Once again, the Lydian String Quartet brought music to Brandeis at the It’s About Time (Part 2) performance last Wednesday. The performance was a sneak preview to their full concert, which took place in Slosberg Recital Hall this past weekend and featured the musical talents of Daniel Stepner and Judith Eissenberg (violins), Mark Berger (viola) and Joshua Gordon (cello). Set in the Mandel Atrium during a busy lunch hour, the performance attracted a diverse audience and captured the attention of passersby. After a brief introduction from Deborah Rosenstein, the Concert program manager of the music department, the quartet began their performance by explaining the two pieces they would play: String Quartet No.
Yesterday, former Director of the Rose Art Museum Michael Rush passed away at the age of 66 after battling pancreatic cancer for two years.
Last Tuesday, Student Events announced this year’s SpringFest performers, starting with headliner Jessie J.
As part of the 2015 Brandeis Improv Festival, Milford Graves joined a small group of fellow musicians and other attendees to speak about his experiences with musical improvisation, drumming and healing through music.
This past week, the Brandeis Department of Theater Arts announced their Fall 2015 shows—Songs for a New World and Macbeth. The plays will be directed by rising seniors Rachel Liff ’16 and Zoe Golub-Sass ’16, respectively. Songs for a New World will run from Oct.
In a press statement released yesterday, the Rose Art Museum announced the acquisition of 41 contemporary works.
Focus, the latest Will Smith action film, may have pulled in $19.1 million in its opening weekend, but the film’s reception better represented by its 55 percent critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Eighty-three gramophone statues were given out last night at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.
This week, justFeatures sat down with Dan Truong ’15, who is starting Brandeis’ newest campus publication—a magazine called Jaded. The magazine’s first issue, forthcoming this semester, will feature works of art and creative writing by students, faculty and staff centered around the theme of the immigrant experience.