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Hannah M. Wilkoff

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Jacob Collier at Piano Photo MGM
Music

Jacob Collier Concert Review: Collier Creates a Home at MGM

With over 100 instruments on stage and a three-tiered set draped in leaves, Collier’s set allowed him to create a range of music.

Merritt More
On Campus

Artist Profile: Dr. Merritt A. Moore ’10-’11 on Art, Science, and Saying ‘Yes’ to Both

Dr. Merritt A. Moore ’10-’11 excels at many things — particularly at saying “yes.”

Molly Grace Concert
Music

Molly Grace Concert Review: A Heartfelt Hometown Show

Molly Grace's performance proved that she has true star potential — this is just the beginning.

GROUPLOVE Concert
Music

Grouplove Concert Review: A Rock Adventure

Grouplove, the American alternative rock band best known for their 2011 hit single “Tongue Tied,” took the stage at Roadrunner in Boston on March 29.

John Storgårds BSO
On Campus

Transported to the Land of the Midnight Sun: BSO Performs Sibelius, Nielsen, and Tarkiainen

With a variety of subjects, composers, and styles performed with technical prowess and musicality, the morning’s program achieved a great feat.

Harvard in Winter
Arts

The Harvard February: Winter Vignettes by Crimson Arts

Several Harvard students reflect on the subtleties of a dormant nature, memories long past, and how to find the light in the darkness of winter.

Grace Allen Profile Image
Theater

Grace H. Allen ’24 on Her Directorial Debut and Teamwork

Though Allen juggles varsity athletics and pre-med requirements on top of her work in the arts, she is confident that she "will never stop performing."

'The Parting Glass' Cover Image
Music

‘The Parting Glass’ Single Review: Boygenius’ Touching Goodbye (For Now)

The meaningful charitable tribute is a sacred goodbye, at least for now, for boygenius and the incredible year they have had together.

Black Friday
Arts

From Crisis to Consumerism: The History of Black Friday

Through its many changes throughout the years, Black Friday has emerged as a cornerstone of American culture.

autumn
Arts

Fall into Harvard: Autumnal Vignettes from Crimson Arts

Read on for some of the Arts Board’s favorite fall memories, from the beauty of fall foliage in New England to all the delicious tastes of autumn!

Luna Shadows Profile Image
Music

Artist Profile: Luna Shadows Talks New Album, Creative Process and Inspiration

From writing lyrics to producing vocals and directing her own music videos, Luna Shadows single handedly creates the world that surrounds her music.

White House Princess photo
Theater

‘White House Princess’ Preview: Theodore Roosevelt’s Wild Child

From jazz numbers to delicate lyricism to a classic presidential-feeling style, "White House Princess" is an overall contemporary show includes moments of tenderness, anger, and laughter.

"The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar" Image
Arts

‘The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar’ Premiere Review: Anderson’s Adaptation Successfully Transports the Magic of Roald Dahl to Netflix

While sometimes stilted by extensive monologues, the film's narrative style and unique sets succeed in bringing the director’s intricate work to a mainstream streaming platform while maintaining Wes Anderson's characteristic charm.

Sammy Rae & The Friends Onstage
Music

Concert Review: Sammy Rae & The Friends Bring Crowd Together at Sold-Out Roadrunner

At the end of the night, fans were left with a true sense of community, fostered by the band's crowd interaction, “campy” feeling, and soulful music.

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