"There are no rules, the fantastic style -- where the fantasy is in control," violinst Andrew Manze explained during his performance in Rollins Chapel Friday night. Manze, along with harpsichordist Richard Egarr, played a collection of Italian baroque sonatas for a curious sold-out crowd. The repertoire demanded spontaneous creativity and improvisation -- qualities that most classical musicians lack. The rudimentary notation of the 17th and 18th century publishers invites the performer to embellish and improvise freely.
You don't need to get dressed up. As a matter of fact, be ready for the kind of jam session that nobody would expect from a Juilliard-based quartet.
The Theater Department's production of Shakespeare's comedy "As You Like it" kicked off a two-week run at Moore Theater last night. The play begins with Duke Frederick (Andrew Dahl '05) ruling his exiled brother's court.
Discovering the Titanic was not enough for deep sea explorer Robert Ballard. He plans on searching the ocean floor of the ice covered Weddell Sea in search of another vessel in "The Endurance," a ship with a story. "It's as good as the Iliad or the Odyssey," said filmmaker George Butler.