The Tantramarsh Blues Society is still going strong after 18 years, but student attendance numbers dwindle Once a three-storey hotel and now a small-town music club, George’s Roadhouse is perhaps a forgotten gem in the town of Sackville. Despite the fact that its doors closed to the everyday public years ago, this secluded venue has […]

The dean of arts Internship provides student Kaye Klapman with skills not covered in the classroom On the top floor of Centennial Hall, you can find the office of the current dean of arts, Dr. Elizabeth Wells. It is rare to see students coming and going as this building is the home of many administration […]

As convocation approaches, arts students consider what awaits for them after they step across the stage There is a well-known saying that suggests that if you find a job doing something you love, you will never work a day in your life. Some students may begin to question this counsel as convocation weekend quickly approaches, […]

On Friday March 16, I had the pleasure of hearing yet another outstanding student recital performed by two students from the department of music. Third-year soprano Emily Steers and third-year flutist Lucie Bauby performed a combined recital that not only evoked emotion through the music, but also sparked interest in an intellectual idea about female […]

Fourth-year vocalist presents stunning recital to peers, professors and colleagues as part of performance series The winter semester is coming to an end, and with that comes the stress of final exams, papers and assignments. In the music department, the end of the semester takes on a different meaning as the senior recital season begins. […]

Dr. David Rogosin presents impressive program of pieces in variation form For the majority of the semester, the Mount Allison department of music has been displaying the talent and virtuosity of its faculty members. Many of the professors at the Marjorie Young Bell Conservatory of Music have prepared and performed a recital displaying their talents […]

Weekly concerts provide Mt. A’s music students with helpful and encouraging performance opportunities Every Wednesday at 4 p.m., music lovers gather in Brunton Auditorium to hear students from the bachelor of music program present their hard work onstage. Admission is free and all are welcome for this weekly display of Mount Allison talent. Since the […]

Group of early music specialists put on unique and engaging performance This past Homecoming weekend was more than just parties and football. Mount Allison’s Brunton Auditorium played host to many musicians specializing in early music as a part of the Sackville Festival of Early Music. The festival included performers, like the Toronto Consort, from all […]