Women, identity and global cultures hold the spotlight this spring, as Dickinson gears up to present another inspiring, thought-provoking semester of arts events.
Dickinson faculty and students will take part in a number of concerts and plays in December.
Four Dickinson singers emerge from a regional competition with winning scores, and two more were semifinalists.
Ethnomusicologist Paul Berliner will discuss his most recent research on Zimbabwean mbira music and musicians.
Dickinson hosts artists-in-residence, The Highlands Duo, for a public lecture, master class and a concert.
Dickinson will host a series of concerts featuring faculty and students in November.
Faculty clarinetist Jihoon Chang will perform works by Max Bruch and Rebecca Clarke.
New music faculty member James Martin shares how he first got interested in music, what excites him about teaching at Dickinson and what's on his horizon for the academic year.
Dickinson uses music to make a difference in the local community.
When does a song become an act of protest? Associate Professor of Music Lila Ellen Gray examines the songs that sparked youth protests in 2010-13.
Music faculty member earns a prestigious prize to write a chamber opera on the lives of Bessie Coleman, the first female aviator of color, and Miriam "Ma" Ferguson, the first woman governor of Texas.
The Factory Seconds Brass Trio will perform at Dickinson.
Dickinson’s faculty brass quintet performs works from the Renaissance to the present.
Cailin Smith ’18 always enjoyed singing, but she wasn’t sure she had what it took to break into opera until a professor who believed in her gave her the courage to pursue her dreams.
Fall arts events comment on social media, photography history, gender identity and Zimbabwean music, and also include Trout films and the first Mermaid Players production staged at the College Farm.
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