Meet David Swenson ’19, a talented musician, student-researcher and global citizen who trekked the Amazonian rainforest and reported on global issues through an internship.
Scholar and historian Kira Thurman will examine what classical music means to African Americans in a lecture at Dickinson.
Dickinson College faculty and visiting musicians will present a collection of performances in February.
Spring arts events offer opportunities to see the world differently and engage the world in new ways.
At the choir’s annual fall concert, students performed musical works in 10 different languages representing several of the college’s study-abroad programs.
Dickinson faculty and students will take the stage for two concerts in December.
The internationally acclaimed music ensemble visits Dickinson as part of an artistic residency that included a choir workshop, classroom discussions and individual instruction with students.
Dickinson College students and faculty will perform six concerts in November, including jazz, chamber music and orchestral works.
From studying satire in Latin to sharpening the musical chops that help him lead his own jazz band, Carl Hamilton '20 is finding his Dickinson education to be highly useful.
Dickinson College faculty and students will perform a pair of concerts in October.
Dickinson College faculty members will perform a pair of concerts in September.
From 'Paradise Lost' to the Carlisle Indian School to Homer Simpson, this fall's public arts events draw from diverse inspirations and showcase deep talent.
Jong Ho Choi ’18 is a composer and animation artist who'll go from Dickinson to Berklee College of Music to pursue a master’s degree in film, video game and TV scoring.
Graduating seniors accepted into master's programs in trumpet performance and scoring for films and television.
The Dickinson College Choir plans a series of events surrounding its performance of the iconic Italian choral masterpiece.
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