Blog: Dunbar Sets Out On Pilgrimage to Explore Roots of American Music
HOMETOWN Hampton, N.H. STUDIES Music and English major WHAT HE IS BLOGGING ABOUT Funded by a grant from the Summer Research Program In the....
Blog: Students and Staff Share Holy Cross Choir Experience
ABOUT THE CHOIR Upholding tradition and musical excellence, the College Choir and Chamber Singers are the largest ensemble on campus. The Choir....
‘New Hampshire Musician Mike Dunbar Hits the Road’
The Boston Globe
Michael Dunbar ’15, senior music and English major at the College of the Holy Cross and recipient of a grant from the College’s Summer Research....
Shirish Korde Excites at Boston Musica Viva Finale
Shirish Korde, distinguished professor of humanities at the College of the Holy Cross, changed the spirit of contemporary chamber music with a piece....
Boston Musica Viva & Soloists of the Silk Road Ensemble to Premiere Latest Work by Holy Cross Prof. Shirish Korde
The Arts Transcending Borders (ATB) program at the College of the Holy Cross is pleased to announce Boston Musica Viva (BMV) & Soloists of the....
Chapel Artist Series to Conclude with Performance by Renowned Performer and Teacher William Porter
The Chapel Artist Series at the College of the Holy Cross will conclude the season with a performance by internationally acclaimed organist William....
Holy Cross Music Professor and World-Renowned Composer to Deliver Annual Lecture on Liberal Arts
Osvaldo Golijov, Loyola Professor of Music at Holy Cross, will present this year’s Richard Rodino Lecture on the Aims of the Liberal Arts on March....
‘On Debut Album, Seacoast Band Black Agnes Explores The Meaning Of Home’
NHPR's "All Things Considered"
Frontman, Mike Dunbar ’15, of the Seacoast-based group “Black Agnes” talked with NHPR’s Brady Carlson of “All Things....
‘Worcester Symphonic Project puts young musicians in spotlight’
Telegram & Gazette
The Worcester Symphonic Project will perform its third annual symphony on Feb. 22 at 3 p.m. in Mechanics Hall in Worcester. The orchestra, including....
Holy Cross to Usher in the Sweet Sounds of Spring with its Latest Concert Series
The music department at the College of the Holy Cross will present the following musical series throughout the spring 2015 semester. All Holy Cross....
‘Local band releases first EP’
A recent article published by Seacoastonline.com highlights the release “Mason Jar of Home,” an album released by the musical group Black Agnes....
Diller Scofidio + Renfro Selected to Design New Performing Arts Center at Holy Cross
The College of the Holy Cross announced today that its new performing arts center, funded in part by a record-setting gift from alumnus Cornelius B.....
Video, Photo Gallery: Christmastime at Holy Cross is a Sight to See
Watch as College Choir performs ‘For Unto Us a Child is Born’
Exhibit A that this is the most wonderful time of the year: the Holy Cross campus. From festive decorations to sounds of the season to snow gently....
Student Profile: Joe Dalton ’15
'My professors constantly push me to seek truth and reason, and approach my studies with a passion and curiosity for the unknown'
NAME Joe Dalton ’15 HOMETOWN Andover, Mass. ACADEMICS Economics and music double major SEEKING NEW CHALLENGES When considering his options in high....
‘Holy Cross musicians help soothe souls at St. Vincent psych unit’
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
A recent Telegram & Gazette article showcases College of the Holy Cross junior Tiffany Holland ’16 in her efforts to bring musical spirit to....
Renowned Organist Jonathan William Moyer to Perform as Part of the Chapel Artists Series
Internationally renowned organist Jonathan William Moyer will perform as part of the Chapel Artist Series on Sunday, Nov. 16 at 3 p.m. in St. Joseph....
Professional New York Laptop Ensemble Sideband to Perform at Holy Cross
Featuring new Holy Cross laptop ensemble H-CLEf
The Sideband Laptop Ensemble will perform at the College of the Holy Cross on Sunday, Nov. 2 at 3 p.m. in Brooks Concert Hall. Sideband is a....
Grammy-Winning Holy Cross Professor to Give Talk on ‘The Birth of Stereophonic Recording’
Toby Mountain, lecturer and director of studios in the music department, will give a talk titled “The Birth of Stereophonic Recording: How Nazi....
Internationally Renowned Organist and Cornettist to Perform as Part of Chapel Artists Series
Liuwe Tamminga, a renowned organist, and Bruce Dickey, an award-winning cornettist, will perform as part of the Chapel Artists Series on Sunday, Oct.....
Artist-in-Residence Cristina Pato and Renowned Composer Osvaldo Golijov to Lead Concert and Panel Discussion
'Time, Memory & Identity' theme to be explored; musicians from Boston-based ensemble 'A Far Cry' to perform
College of the Holy Cross artist-in-residence Cristina Pato and Loyola Professor of Music Osvaldo Golijov will lead a concert and panel discussion on....