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Service of Lessons and Carols Celebrates Christmas Spirit with Sermon and Song

Nearing the end of his piece, William Duan’s ’19 slow, drawn out notes on the violin morphed into several quick flurries. Duan’s bow raced as the music swelled to a climax, concluding with several loud, resonating notes. Duan performed an original composition titled “Variations on Silent Night,” incorporating motifs of “Silent Night” throughout his performance….

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Addison Artists Talk

A man sits next to a children’s ride at a carnival, drinking water out of a gin bottle. This was the photo which Justin Kimball took that allowed him to realize during his childhood photo-taking career, photography had the potential to be a messenger of truth and fiction, the viewer could choose to perceive the…

Ria’s Flick Picks
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Ria’s Flick Picks

“A Star is Born” Summary: After a circumstantial encounter between struggling singer Ally (Lady Gaga) and rockstar Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper), Ally is launched into a whirlwind romance and the fame, as well as the opportunities, that come with it. As Ally’s career progresses, she faces new struggles surrounding her relationship with Jackson. Writing/Directing: Since…

The Nutcracker: Bringing New Magic to an Old Tradition
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The Nutcracker: Bringing New Magic to an Old Tradition

With a crash of the cymbals, Uanne Chang ’20 leaps into the waiting arms of Romulus Sottile ’19, extending her leg backward as Sottile spins across the stage, carrying her in his arms. As the music ends with one final flourish, Sottile, playing the Cavalier, dips Chang, the Sugar Plum Fairy, while the rest of…

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