Lana Del Rey’s “Norman F**king Rockwell!” and Post Malone’s “Hollywood’s Bleeding” has answered Butler student’s prayers for new music, satisfying everyone’s music needs from frat boys to sad bois.
Butler professor Nicholas Johnson is teaming up with senior Corrin Godlevske to produce a new podcast called Classical Pairings.
Junior and senior music students face long rehearsals, longer work hours and exciting futures of doing what they love.
The English operas “The Telephone” and “The Old Maid and the Thief” will be performed as the second production this year from the ensemble.
At the beginning of this school year, my peers and I auditioned for seating placements within the orchestra, and I was appointed as concertmaster. This is the principal violin seat in the orchestra, and it has presented a whole new host of responsibilities.
“This year’s lineup proves one thing that was lost among Lolla lineups long ago: Lollapalooza is for everyone, not just mainstream music fans.”
The concert will feature choirs from on and off campus to celebrate African-American culture and music while also confronting societal issues.
Senior Markell Pipkins strays from trends with his timeless and unique style.
BCAS was established to help Butler students strengthen their passion for teaching, as well as serve as an arts education and outreach program.
In the year of Bernstein’s centennial, we reflect on his impact on accessible music education and how the younger generations can provide that same education for themselves.