Critical Voices: Santana, In Search of Mona Lisa

Famed guitarist and singer Carlos Santana has come out with a new EP containing three tracks and two edits. The genesis behind the record is linked to the artist’s transformational experience of finally seeing Da Vinci’s masterpiece The Mona Lisa in the Louvre in Paris, France. Through three songs, Santana attempts to express how this...

Office Hours: Elizabeth Gleyzer

Welcome to “Office Hours,” the Voice’s video series in which we invite talented student-musicians to come and serenade us in our office. Check out more of the series here.  Elizabeth Gleyzer (COL ’20) is from Tacoma, Washington, a fact easy to pick up on when listening to her set for the Voice: two of the songs she...

School of Rock Sticks it to the Man

Throughout the second half of January, the touring company for the Tony-nominated musical School of Rock brought a much needed explosion of energy to DC’s National Theatre during the country’s longest government shutdown. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s voice booms out over the speakers at the beginning of the show, saying, “Everyone asks me if the kids...

BMDT Showcase Jubilation! Preview

Georgetown University’s Black Movements Dance Theatre (BMDT) will showcase its skillful repertoire in Jubilation!, after more than a semester’s hard work. The showcase will feature choreography by the faculty artistic director Alfreda Davis, three undergraduate company members, and four guest artists. Black Movements Dance Theatre was founded in the ‘80s by African American students on...

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Critical Voices: Santana, <i>In Search of Mona Lisa</i>

Critical Voices: Santana, In Search of Mona Lisa

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02/20/2019

Famed guitarist and singer Carlos Santana has come out with a new EP containing three tracks and two edits. The genesis behind the record is linked to the artist’s transformational experience of finally seeing Da Vinci’s masterpiece The Mona Lisa in the Louvre in Paris, France. Through three songs, Santana attempts to express how this…

Office Hours: Elizabeth Gleyzer

Office Hours: Elizabeth Gleyzer

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02/17/2019

Welcome to “Office Hours,” the Voice’s video series in which we invite talented student-musicians to come and serenade us in our office. Check out more of the series here.  Elizabeth Gleyzer (COL ’20) is from Tacoma, Washington, a fact easy to pick up on when listening to her set for the Voice: two of the songs she…

<i>School of Rock</i> Sticks it to the Man

School of Rock Sticks it to the Man

By:
02/16/2019

Throughout the second half of January, the touring company for the Tony-nominated musical School of Rock brought a much needed explosion of energy to DC’s National Theatre during the country’s longest government shutdown. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s voice booms out over the speakers at the beginning of the show, saying, “Everyone asks me if the kids…

BMDT Showcase <i>Jubilation!</i> Preview

BMDT Showcase Jubilation! Preview

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02/15/2019

Georgetown University’s Black Movements Dance Theatre (BMDT) will showcase its skillful repertoire in Jubilation!, after more than a semester’s hard work. The showcase will feature choreography by the faculty artistic director Alfreda Davis, three undergraduate company members, and four guest artists. Black Movements Dance Theatre was founded in the ‘80s by African American students on…

<i>Let Freedom Ring!</i> Exhorts Radical Love and Resiliance Through Song

Let Freedom Ring! Exhorts Radical Love and Resiliance Through Song

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02/14/2019

The 17th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Let Freedom Ring Celebration, presented by Georgetown University in collaboration with The Kennedy Center, began with an accusation of inequity. Over an original gospel-inspired song entitled “American Dream/American Myth,” Messiah Ramkissaan performed a piece of spoken word poetry about the legacy and practical failure of the Fair Housing…

Concert Preview: Daughters, Feb. 17, Black Cat

Concert Preview: Daughters, Feb. 17, Black Cat

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02/14/2019

Since punk rock’s inception, musicians, critics, and popular culture writ large have been quick to declare the genre dead. They eagerly proclaim that nobody knows how to truly “rock” anymore, while conveniently failing to define what they mean, or look beyond a handful of widely recognized acts to see the genre develop beyond its roots….

Critical Voices: Ariana Grande, <i>thank u, next</i>

Critical Voices: Ariana Grande, thank u, next

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02/13/2019

Following the wild success of her two singles “thank u, next” and “7 rings,” Ariana Grande’s new album has arrived and has immediately captivated many listeners. thank u, next is a multitude of things: fresh, emotional, bold, vulnerable, and honest. It’s no wonder that all twelve of the album’s songs have conquered the top charts…

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