Shay Harris—When I was younger, my mama would often tell me that I should be an actor. I had a flair for the dramatic and entertaining people, but learning lines and performing a story never seemed like something I would do. Then came Deathtrap, a play written by Ira Levin. It was the first ofContinue reading “Rounding Out My Senior Year With Theatre”
What exactly is Brockport’s Festival of Ten, and why should you check it out? Read on to find out!
Spencer Linsner—Happy Halloween, everyone (Better late then never)! Today I decided to talk about a great opportunity my friends and I had recently: on October 30th, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra came to play a series of Halloween-related pieces at Brockport’s very own Tower Fine Arts Center, in a performance aptly titled “Music Macabre”. The first pieceContinue reading “Music Macabre: The RPO at Tower Fine Arts”
Michele Pettis—As a college student, it’s easy to get caught up in our own little, busy, worlds and start to forget that the person lecturing in the front of the classroom is an actual human being and not some very life-like automaton. Every now and then it’s good to get to know the flesh-and-blood sideContinue reading “The Faculty are Friends, Not Foes”
What is it about live music? As good as iTunes is at converting sound at the most high-tech resolution, there is just a depth and soul to music you hear in person. Nothing, in my opinion, exemplifies this the way stringed instruments do. At Music in the Library on March 6, the Eastman Guitar QuartetContinue reading “Live Music”