Tag Archives: Music

Enter Ghost

Live at Lerner’s Sounds series has sometimes struck me as a musical blind date. The performers – usually up-and-coming NYC-based talent – can look just a little out of their element, playing a lunchtime gig squashed against the piano lounge’s baby grand. The … Continue reading

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SummerStage: Bringing the world’s performing arts to a park near you

Perhaps this seems like an obvious statement, but I’ll say it anyway. There is no excuse to be bored in New York City over the summer. No matter what day or night of the week and where you’re located, there’s … Continue reading

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Heading off to Stephen Schwartz’s Godspell at the Circle in the Square Theater last weekend, I had absolutely no preconceived notions. My knowledge of the show was based off a friends comment that it was about New Testament stories. Though … Continue reading

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Dancehall Invades Manhattan: Tifa, Spice and Patra at B.B. King Blues Club

B.B. King Blues Club is one of the better destinations for live music in the city. Located in the heart of Times Square, it offers mature audiences the opportunity to enjoy top acts in a laid back, intimate environment. While … Continue reading

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UCB’s Sketchfest 2011

Since its inception in 1996, The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (UCBT) has become the mecca for great, cutting-edge, comedy in the city. The former home of the New Harmony Strip Club has spruced itself up (well… sort of), and now … Continue reading

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Watch the Viennese VEGETABLE ORCHESTRA rock out! For more info, check out their new album Onionoise. Brilliant new ploy for mothers with vegetable-averse-children:  make a carrot flute first,  eat it second! Rosie duPont BC ’10 ArtsLink Associate

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I know reality television gets criticized much of the time, especially recently with the phenomena of Jersey Shore and MTV shows of a similar ilk. However, I think there is real merit to the reality television shows that revolve around … Continue reading

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Purrfect Music

When I was growing up, cats could only sing… Now they can play the keyboard and drums… That’s evolution, and that’s our stupid video of the week.

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Columbia Festival of Winds 2010

This coming Sunday marks the second annual Columbia Festival of Winds, organized by the Columbia University Wind Ensemble. In February of 2008, Jeremy Seltzer (SEAS ‘09) and current Vice President Paul Lerner (CC ’11) came up with the idea of … Continue reading

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Rock Out With Chocolate Records

Combining two great loves: chocolate and music. After losing his job at a brewery, Peter Lardong decided to experiment with edible vinyl records. He went through ice cream, beer, cola, sausages, cheese, and  butter, before finally settling on chocolate as … Continue reading

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