Rebecca Munday, Staff Writer The 1960s. That’s usually the decade that most people think of when they think of Jazz music. However, for the Contemporary Jazz Ensemble, “We concentrated on music written after 1970,” Dr. Stephen Primatic, the director of the Contemporary Jazz Ensemble, said. The event was held in the Fine Arts Auditorium on... Continue Reading →
Finals may be here but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy listening to Christmas music while we study/procrastinate! Check out our last playlist of the semester. We'll see y'all in January!
Stanton Dobson, Copy Editor The Piano in the Arts concert series has started again and Dr. Benjamin Warsaw put on and conducted the first show. He took the roles of both orator and performer during the concert as he gave detailed introductions to the songs he was about to perform. The concert was held on... Continue Reading →
How one man plans to keep Savannah Creepy Lila Miller, A&E Editor Graveface Records and Curiosities is a shop and home to records, cassettes, CDs and all things odd. Customers that wander into the 5 W. 40th St. Savannah, Ga. location in Savannah’s Starland District will often enter the shop not knowing what to expect.... Continue Reading →
Rebecca Munday, Staff Writer The On the Verge program hosted a concert on Sept. 10 at 7:30 p.m. and invited the Bold City Contemporary Ensemble (BCCE) to play ten pieces. The BCCE is comprised of a percussionist, a clarinetist, a flutist, a cellist, a pianist, and a violinist who also composed two of the pieces... Continue Reading →
Hannah Hanlon, Staff Writer The Armstrong Chorale & Vocale Chamber Ensemble treated an audience of nearly 80 people to a performance of songs that originated from countries such as Sweden, Wales, Japan, Germany and Italy. The performance featured several student conductors and a world premiere of an original composition by one student from Germany. The... Continue Reading →
Because it's that time of year again. Listen to our weekly playlist to let out all of your emotions and stress.
Laura Weyman, Staff Contributor Savannah Stopover came back for another great round this past weekend, bringing to the low-country an eclectic variety of artists such as Lucy Dacus, The Joy Formidable and Andrew Combs. The most anticipated act this year was by far the beloved Atlanta-based experimental rock band Deerhunter. The five piece collective had... Continue Reading →