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Kaleidoscope Concert: A Multi-Colored Experience

Kaleidoscope Concert: A Multi-Colored Experience

Afton Weaver, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2017

Music poured out from every corner of Hunter Conservatory at this year’s second annual Kaleidoscope Concert on Sunday, Nov. 5, turning the intimate space into a multi-colored, immersive experience unparalleled by any other concert Whitties might attend. An experimental performance, Kaleidoscope...

Love unites choirs

Daniel Kim

April 23, 2015

On Saturday, April 25 in the Chism Recital Hall, the Whitman College Department of Music will present the Whitman Chorale and Chamber Singers under the direction of Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Riikka Pietilainen-Caffrey.  The Chorale and Chamber Singers spent all semester practicing and rehearsing...

Music Majors Commit In and Out of the Classroom

Serena Runyan

October 3, 2013

At almost any given time, a group of music majors can be found talking in the Hall of Music hallway or slaving over homework in the music library. From striking up conversations about theory, to performing, to composing quintets at 3 a.m., all of these students have a commitment to the music department...

Student Groups Prepare for Choral Contest

Student Groups Prepare for Choral Contest

Serena Runyan

April 25, 2013

The annual Choral Contest will take place this Friday, April 26, but the preparation for this event has stretched back months. The contest consists of separate contests among Greek groups, a capella groups and independently-organized unaffiliated students. For different groups, the contest means ...

Indie Women Make No Appearance This Year

Adam Brayton

April 25, 2013

Though last year they dazzled the crowd singing Lady Gaga and the year before belted a Sara Bareilles medley in their bright blue gowns, this year the Independent Women will be absent from the 87th annual Choral Contest. Though the Independent Women's choral group has even won out against the Greek...

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