A new book on Holocaust music asks, "What is musical witness?"
Last year, Rachael Smith ’16 founded an organization, held two internships and three jobs, earned the Weiss Prize and directed a choir. What will senior year bring?
The music department nurtures talent across disciplines.
Whether he's performing onstage, conducting cancer research or throwing the javelin, John Dickinson Scholar Peter Howard '15 gives his all.
The College Choir tackles Beethoven's sublime Ninth Symphony from many angles, as it prepares to perform onstage with the Hershey Symphony Orchestra.
A unique student-faculty-student collaboration highlights this season’s spectacular senior recitals.
Los Angeles native Ann Fogler has studied opera in Italy and at Dickinson, and she interned at the Bologna International Museum and Library of Music.
Mansoor Ghoto ’15 discusses his passion for music and his plans to attend medical school.
For one night only, young-alumni pros team with students and faculty to present a darkly whimsical tale through music, verse and dance.
Edwin Padilla '16 discusses music, beating the odds and what he learned from Kanye West and John Coltrane.
There's no place for winter doldrums at Dickinson with these eagerly awaited arts events on tap.
Students inspire local kids through music and books.
There are many ways to celebrate the season at Dickinson. Here are a few.
With four alumni in her family, Holly Kelly '15 heard a lot about Dickinson over the years. But once on campus, she made Dickinson her own.
Live music and kinetic energy converge in this interdisciplinary DTG concert, which features multimedia, alien costumes and dance.
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