How do you make the most of life? For musician/composer and Eagle Scout Matt Hunt ’19 (music, international business & management), the answer lies in music, openness and learning from mistakes.
A farewell concert for music instructors Mary and Barry Hannigan celebrates the legacy of renowned musicians Harry and Ruth Donahue ’40.
Dickinson will host the 21st annual Bluegrass on the Grass Festival on Saturday, July 9.
With a major in economics and a minor in music, musician and DJ Jonathan Northridge ’16 eyes a future in radio.
History major Tyler Hanson ’16 discusses the First-Year Seminar that made all the difference, the value of service trips and the moment he decided to come to Dickinson.
Mary and Barry Hannigan perform their last recital before retirement.
The Dickinson Collegium and Orchestra unite for a combined concert.
A concert inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement celebrates black voices and delivers a powerful punch.
Weiss Prize winners Rachael Smith ’16 and Anastasia Putri ’16 create interdisciplinary performances examining how different perspectives shape reality.
Two professors combine music, creative writing and science history in an opera about a 17th-century underdog who revolutionized the way seafarers travel the world.
Internationally acclaimed American musician Kenny Endo returns to Dickinson for a concert and taiko drumming workshop.
Pianist Jocelyn Swigger will play all the Chopin etudes, pairing them with some audience-driven improvisation and some tunes from Tin Pan Alley.
Faculty members share their talents with a selection of solos, duets and trios for brass.
U.S. Marine Band clarinetist Jihoon Chang, faculty pianist Eun Ae Baik-Kim and bassoonist Kimberly Buchar take the stage in a trio performance.
The departments of art, creative writing, music and theatre & dance present an exciting lineup of spring events.
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