Though perhaps unusual, when it comes to joining Spec, it's never too late.
Spectator sat down with the five principal of the 119th Varsity Show to hear their experiences preparing for the annual musical performance. The Varsity Show will premiere on Friday, May 3.
Spectator spoke with Emily Putscher, BC '15, costume designer for KCST's spring show, Cymbeline. She opens up her dorm room workspace and gives us a sneak peak of the costumes to appear in the show, which will make its way across campus May 2, 3 and 4.
This second installment in a series tracking the lifecycle of Cymbeline, King's Crown Shakespeare Troupe's Spring 2013 show, introduces us to the current KCST Hisotorian: Kyle Radler, CC'13. The primary role of the Historian is as a keeper of the group's nearly twenty years of tradition.
This is the third installment of A Musical Feast, a music series dedicated to showcasing the variety of New York sound.
In this installment, A Musical Feast visits The Shrine World Music Venue, a Harlem multimedia arts and culture venue founded in 2007.
Solomon Hoffman talks about his new seven-piece ensemble, LyricLion, which will perform at the Columbia Classical Performers concert in Miller Theater on Monday, March 11.
Laura Pietropinto, (CC '00) former Assistant Director of Next to Normal, and a team of theatre professionals have come together to bring a unique two-week musical theatre workshop to Columbia University.
Spectator recently spoke with Barnard senior Kyley Knoerzer, who—along with Columbia College junior Jaclyn Hoffman—is a co-choreographer of the MaMa Project's 2013 show "In This Here Game."
Stephen Dadaian, CDM '13, is not only a fourth year dental student, but an accomplished guitarist and winner of the Jammit Play-Off contest with Pantera. Spectator sat down with Dadaian to hear more of his music, and what it's like to be a guitar-shredding dentist.
Spectator sits down with Philip Ehrlich, GS '88, the founder of Columbia Jewelry. Philip Ehrlich designs, creates, and sells handmade official Columbia lapel pins, cuff links, and jewlery.
Jun 10, 11:27pm
Many students associate experimental music with the depths of Brooklyn, but Jake Gagne, CC ’16, is bringing the avant-garde to Morningside Heights. Gagne released his debut EP, “Violent Moan,” at... Read More
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