Photograph by Kelly James Photography
Composer Robert Kyr embraces love, peace, and nature.
With swankier digs and a new name, the undergraduate company continues an operatic tradition.
<p class="credit">Photograph by Stu Rosner</p>
Night Song soothes the soul at First Church in Cambridge.
<p class="caption">The title character of <i>Madame White Snake</i> and her companion, in the opera's prologue</p>
<p class="credit">Photograph by James Daniel/Courtesy of Beth Morrison Projects</p>
In the “final phase” of her life, Cerise Lim Jacobs builds herself an oeuvre.
Photograph by Robert Adam Mayer; styling by Prellezo
In Uproot, Jace Clayton ’97 explores technological trends in music around the globe.
Last week, three Harvard affiliates were awarded the National Humanities Medal and eight were long-listed for the National Book Awards.
Courtesy of Nicholas Britell
A film composer's career, from annotating Sneakers to doing “archaeology” for 12 Years a Slave
Photograph courtesy of Hemsing Associates
Aristo Sham ’19 takes first place at the New York International Piano Competition.