Dickinson College students, faculty and special guests will perform a quartet of concerts in February.
This spring's public arts events include three major anniversary celebrations, the first staged Dickinson opera in two decades and thought-provoking social-justice works. See video to learn more.
Meet Brianna Geesaman ’21, who’s merging business with Italian studies and making the most of her year abroad in Italy by singing in the university choir, tutoring in English and volunteering.
Hannah Youmans ’22, winner of the Metropolitan Opera NCA Encouragement Award, discusses why she chose to major in music and Italian at Dickinson as well as her favorite experiences in and out of class
Music major Abby Duell '20 says Dickinson has been the perfect place to "pursue music at a high level while also exploring my love of the outdoors and the environment.”
During an internship at Warner Bros., Erik Gomez ’22 provided Spanish translations for the TV show Friends. His ultimate goal: to secure greater Latinx representation in the entertainment industry.
From a cappella to orchestral to jazz, Dickinson musicians are making spirits bright during end-of-year concerts.
Interarts concert brings together choreography, visual art, music and writings by Dickinson faculty members in "an imaginative, provocative space."
Venezuelan piano trio's residency brings Latin American chamber music to campus through performances, small group talks, master classes and discussions of music, cultural history, memory and more.
The piano trio's four-day residency dives deep into Venezuelan music, social history and culture, while also investigating the neuroscience of learning.
“Challenge yourself to try something. That’s where growth happens,” says Noah Davis ’20, a jazz musician who's exploring ways to combine his interests in music and psychology at Dickinson.
Dickinson presents concerts featuring voices of resistance, chamber music and performance studies majors in October.
Combining the talents of Dickinson’s music and art faculty, Current reveals the history and consequences of the ways we've interacted with a vital natural resource, and of its interactions with us.
Dickinson College faculty will perform a pair of concerts in September.
Fall 2019 is an exciting time at Dickinson, with two major interarts events on tap and a lineup of visiting artists who bring an array of perspectives to the mix.
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