Sunday, November 19, 2017

Author Archives: Trip Slaymaker

Songs For a New World premieres at AAC

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR Over the weekend, the Trinity College Music Department put on a performance of Songs for a New World in the Austin Arts Center. The show, which was directed by Julia Kiley and features the music of Jason Robert Brown, uses a minimalist black box theater. This choice places a greater… Continue Reading

High Noon and Pakalolo Patrol play Cleo Halloween

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR Last Saturday, at a Mill event hosted by Cleo of AX, two of Trinity’s most beloved student bands performed. High Noon, the rock band formed around Alex Rusbarsky ’18 (drums), Sam Shield ’18 (guitar), Jamie Noonan ’18 (guitar), and Connor Burwood ’21 (bass) performed first, as the Halloween party setting… Continue Reading

Ensemble Schumann Premieres New Works By Professor Dan Roman

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR Last Friday, Oct. 20, Trinity College’s Department of Music presented aspecialperformanceby Ensemble Schumann in the Gruss Music Center. The Ensemble, composed of oboist Thomas Gallant, pianist Sally Pinkas, and violinist Steve Larson have been touring and performing together for some years. Though their area of musical expertise and interest is… Continue Reading

Professor’s Art App Highlight’s Hartford’s Public Artworks

ALISON COFRANCESCO ’18 COPY EDITOR This fall, a new resource has been made available to art lovers, history lovers, and those who take an interest in their surroundings. is a website created by Trinity Professor Alden Gordon, with research and input from Trinity students. According to Professor Gordon, Arthartford is “a responsive website that… Continue Reading

Watts and Delano’s “Art From The Archive” Exhibit Opens on Campus

ALISON COFRANCESCO ’20 STAFF WRITER From October 12th until December 9th, the Widener Gallery in the Austin Arts Center will be holding Art from the Archive, a show curated by Trinity professor and photographer Pablo Delano and academic and artist Louis Watts. The show delves into American imperialist perceptions of Puerto Rico during the 1900s,… Continue Reading