Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Author Archives: Trip Slaymaker

“December Dreams” Presented at HSO This Weekend

GILLIAN REINHARD ’20 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF To celebrate the holidays, and for students at Trinity, providing the chance to escape the dreariness of finals seasons, the Hartford Symphony Orchestra (HSO) will be conducting their annual holiday concert, this season titled “December Dreams.” The concert comes in the wake of controversy in the organization’s financial stability. The HSO,… Continue Reading

Mill Presents Syrian Artist

Mill Presents Syrian Artist

MEG SMITH ’21 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Mill usually plays host to indie rock bands and Trinity student musicians, but this past Thursday brought a different kind of artist to the venue: Adeebah Alnemar, a Syrian refugee who currently lives in West Hartford and expresses herself through drawing. The Tripod asked her about her work through… Continue Reading

Concert Review: Imagine Dragons “Evolve” Tour

MILOSZ KOWAL ’18 PHOTO EDITOR A surprisingly large amount of musicians and public figures have taken to using their platform to espouse their views about the current political landscape. Detractors of such gestures would argue that the platform for celebrities is to showcase their talent, not their personal opinions. Anyone, ranging from Meryl Streep to… Continue Reading

Food Truck Gathering at KNOW GOOD Market

Food Truck Gathering at KNOW GOOD Market

  AMANDA LAFFERTY ’21 A&E EDITOR Hip-hop music blasting, swarms of people laughing and dancing, and intoxicating food smells filling the cool fall air, dominated at KNOW GOOD Market’s Nov. 9 food truck gathering. Had it been a few degrees warmer outside, I’m sure more of the Hartford community would have ventured out to the… Continue Reading

Hartford Symphony Orchestra’s “Mozart and La Mer”

GILLIAN REINHARD ’20 On Nov. 10, the Hartford Symphony Orchestra premiered the second program of its 2017-2018 Masterworks Concert Series, “ Mozart and La Mer.” While the Opening Night of the Symphony featured the music of Beethoven and the Japanese composer Kanno, November’s performance saw strict adherence to the classics. The program featured Berlioz’s Le… Continue Reading