All posts tagged music

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Pop Music Guild to support student musicians

“As the director of the Student Activities Office, it is disappointing to bring in great acts and not have student ban...

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The year’s ‘top three’ in entertainment

An end of an era is upon us, folks. Not only are classes winding down but so is Chimes. As this is my final issue as Art...

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Members of Calvin bands balance school and music

Bands. Every college has them. Rock bands, indie bands, singer-songwriters. Playing gigs at various campus locations and...

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Opinion: Faculty buyouts could threaten Calvin’s liberal arts focus

Two weeks ago, Calvin students received an email from President Le Roy informing them that faculty in the art and art hi...

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Organizations combine to host Sabor Latino culture event

Sabor Latino, a year-end event that celebrated Latin American culture through music, dance and food, took place last Fri...

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Calvin student Jenny LaJoye releases first full-length album

As she prepares to leave Calvin College, senior Jenny LeJoye celebrates the upcoming release of her first full-length al...

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Q&A: Music professor and conductor John Varineau

John Varineau is a clarinetist, a professor of music at Calvin College and the conductor of the Calvin College Orchestra...

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Applications for next year’s Worship Apprentice team open now

Campus ministries is currently taking applications for next year’s worship apprentice (WA) team. The WAs are a group o...

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New mini-concert series caters to lunch-break attendees

Calvin is now offering students a musical break from their busy schedules in the form of a new noontime concert series, ...

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Review: Moodymann

Moodymann’s new self-titled release centers around the artist’s city of origin. Of its 27 tracks, many are soundbite...