Thursday, April 12? 8 p.m. Kilbourn HallEastman Trombone Choir, directed by John Marcellus and featuring the music of Ewazen, Bach, Hayden and Mahler.

Friday, April 13? 3:30 p.m.Kilbourn HallDoctoral Degree piano recital of Jocelyn Swigger, featuring the music of Albeniz, Schumann, Beethoven, Bolcom and more.

? 7 p.m.Ciminelli Formal LoungeStudent recital of oboist/vocalist Lynda Paul and clarinetist Kelley Dey. Featuring Sladki Doumi, the Bulgarian Women?s Choir.

Saturday, April 14? 6:30 p.m.ESM 120Bachelor?s Degree saxophone recital of Nicholas Kadajski.

? 7 p.m.Kilbourn HallBachelor?s Degree voice recital of Jaime Gamroth.

Sunday, April 15? 3:30 p.m.Kilbourn HallBachelor?s Degree piano recital of Angela Lieh, featuring the music of Bach, Chopin, and Beethoven?s ?Appassionata? Sonata.

? 9 p.m.Kilbourn HallMaster?s Degree clarinet recital of Roman Cisneros.

April 16-20Jury WeekNo classes in session. Come by if you want to hang out with some really stressed music students.

Monday, April 23? 8 p.m.Kilbourn HallEastman Women?s Chorale, conducted by Susan Conkling.

Tuesday, April 24? 8 p.m.Kilbourn HallThe World Music Series presents the Pangaia Steel Drum Band. Tickets are free for students, discounted for other ID-holders and $15 for everybody else.



SA resolution denounces students’ alleged disrespect against River Campus workers

Students' alleged disrespectful acts include smearing excrement on mirrors, making racist remarks towards workers, and more, according to the resolution.

Notes by Nadia: What’s happening to K-pop?

I miss when the K-pop industry was focused on making quality comebacks that may have happened less often, but were worth the wait.

CT Eats: Come for the sandwiches, stay for the coffee at Magnolia’s

With their large menu and cozy interior, I can see how Magnolia’s has become a Park Ave staple – even fit for a president.