Arts

Arts

Jazzification

It wasn’t difficult to warm-up to the music of the Academy Jazz Band, whose performance in Kemper Auditorium last Sunday provided a nice respite from the cold and rainy weather outdoors. Three small ensembles preformed before the Academy Jazz Band took the stage. Positioned stage right, nestled among the music stands, was the opening ensemble,…

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The Big Brass Band Played On

The atmosphere was surprisingly relaxed when parents, friends, and teachers filtered into the Cochran Chapel. The low buzz of friendly conversation echoed through the room as the sound of musicians tuning drifted up from the basement and hinted that the concert was about to begin. This was the scene this past Friday, when the Phillips…

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The Soaring Melodies of Hawk

“You are in for a great experience as Hawk weaves his magic,” promised Jennie Cline before musician and storyteller Hawk Henries took the stage with “Finding Peace though Music: One Man’s Gift.” What ensued on Wednesday at 6:45 in the Timken Room in Graves Hall was a unique entertainment experience that combined wind instruments and…

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Suspended Animation: ‘Moving Pictures’ in Kemper

While students participating in Winter Term’s performance arts were running frantically about campus trying to be “everywhere at once,” the visual arts participants, including the Andover Film Society, were in a mellower mood. In Kemper, Steven Subotnick, a world-famous animator, gave a presentation in lieu of the Addison’s current show, “On Paper.” Subotnick has been…

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State of the Arts

Caroline “Boo” Littlefield ’03 and Sam Beattie ’03, former Art Editors for The Phillipian, both know the ins and outs of PA’s most exclusive enclave – the arts. Their zealous passion for theater and nostalgic memories of The Phillipian give us all a little insight into a world where imagination prevails. Phillipian: How did you…

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