Two ensembles combine to celebrate life of composer Leonard Bernstein
By Haleigh Whisted
The University of Maryland College Park School of Music hosted the Fall Choral Showcase last Sunday evening, celebrating famous composer Leonard Bernstein’s centennial, using the voices of this university’s Chamber Singers and Chorale ensembles.
For the final song, conductor ...
Little Shop of Horrors features Jewish student talent
By Eugene “Jesse” Nash IV
Over 1,000 people watched a six-foot tall venus flytrap puppet eat an old man during the opening weekend for Little Shop of Horrors, according to the Clarice Performing Arts Box Office.
The off-Broadway musical opened last Saturday at the Clarice in Kay Theater to the ...
Maryland Hillel plans alternate graduation for second year in a row
By Ben Cooper
Maryland Hillel will hold its second-ever alternate graduation on May 17 to give Jewish students an option to attend a commencement not occurring on Shabbat or Shavuot.
This university’s main commencement ceremony will take place Sunday, May 20, with individual college and school ceremonies taking ...
The Orthobox Back at Maryland for NextNOW Fest
By Senaya Savir
This past February, University of Maryland alumnus Joshua Leviton, famously known as “The Orthobox,” went to Los Angeles to perform in front of the judges on “America’s Got Talent.”
In May 2015, Leviton, a senior at the time, was preparing for the Art Attack concert where ...