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Spotlight On: Brattle Street Chamber Players

October 9, 2011

  The Brattle Street Chamber Players are some of the silliest and most serious musicians on campus—and that’s the only way they’ll have it. They’re informal to the last: they rehearse in the Quincy Bullitt room, they have no conductor, and they claim to get most of their work done the week before the...

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We’ll Be Back!

September 20, 2011
We’ll Be Back!

It’s been difficult for the Art Review writers and editors to maintain full schedules of academics, rehearsals, and writing. We feel very strongly that it’s important to provide reviews of Harvard student work done by students themselves involved in the arts at Harvard. But...

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Watteau and Jullienne: Early Modern Art and Patronage at the Wallace Collection

June 29, 2011

This year London has been the host of a remarkable trio of exhibitions, each accompanied by catalogs, talks, and workshops, dedicated to the 18th century French artist Antoine Watteau. Running from March 12th to June 5th, the double exhibition of the Wallace Collection, titled...

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Performed “With Intent”

May 30, 2011

The Harvard Radcliffe Modern Dance Company (HRMDC) continues to expose audiences to bold choreographic choices and innovative performance art. HRMDC’s spring production, “With Intent,” performed April 22nd and 23rd at the Harvard Dance Center, followed this trend, showcasing both new and old talent, and...

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Grandeur in the Contour

May 30, 2011

“Contours” revealed that Harvard Ballet Company indeed has the dancers, though not always the choreography, to best showcase their talent. Guest choreographer Boyko Dossev’s “Bolero” began with solos tailored to individual strengths, coupled with haunting, repetitive music. But it lacked coherence at certain moments,...

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Parade

May 6, 2011

Amidst the craziness of pre-frosh weekend and Yardfest, Alfred Uhry and Jason Robert Brown’s “Parade” was performed in the New College Theater.  Known for its powerful, beautiful music and its sad, painfully true story, “Parade” is a musical that tugs at the heartstrings while...

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