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Upcoming Event: ‘Toshi’s Choice’

Julia Conant, Arts & Entertainment Editor

November 6, 2019

The New Britain Symphony Orchestra is inviting Central Connecticut students to help welcome their newest conductor, Toshiyuki Shimada. The orchestra has roots at Central, as it began here. As the orchestra grew older, it became...

Central’s First Fall Concert Went Hard In The Paint

Gabriel Anton, Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

As the chilly, dry Connecticut autumn winds continued to haunt Central Connecticut’s barren campus last Saturday evening, Welte Auditorium provided a comforting escape for students with the school’s first ever fall conc...

Chorale and University Singers Host Annual Fall Showcase

Natalie Dest, Managing Editor

October 29, 2019

Central Connecticut’s Chorale and University Singers hosted their fall showcase in Founders Hall this past Tuesday, Oct. 21, to friends and faculty of the CCSU Music Department for a night of experience. “We work very hard to perf...

Get To Know Your Fall Concert Artists

Julia Conant, Arts & Entertainment Editor

October 28, 2019

As the fall semester at Central Connecticut slowly comes to a close, Central Activities Network has decided to give students something to look forward to; a fall concert. On Saturday, Nov. 2, Central’s Fall Concert will t...

Welcome [Back] to Trench

Carolyn Martin, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 23, 2019

A year after releasing their fifth studio album “Trench,” Twenty One Pilots are still on the road on their Bandito Tour. This year on the fifth night of tour, they stopped by Mohegan Sun Arena. Twenty One Pilots did not come...

Wind Ensemble Hosts A Night Of Remembrance

Natalie Dest, Managing Editor

October 23, 2019

  For their fall showcase, Central Connecticut’s Wind Ensemble concluded their weeks of preparation with a concert full of storytelling compositions to family, friends and faculty of the Department of Music. Held in ...

In The Life Of ‘Nella Vita’

Carolyn Martin, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 8, 2019

      Since the release of their most recent album “Nella Vita” Philadelphia natives Grayscale have embarked on their first U.S. headlining tour. The band came to the Webster Underground in Hartford l...

Central Gets Groovy With Brazilian Jazz

Julia Conant, Arts & Entertainment Editor

October 1, 2019

The musical stylings of Adriano George and the Groove Brotherhood got students off their feet and onto the dance floor last Thursday night in Alumni Hall.  Adriano George and the Groove Brotherhood are a jazz band from Brazil. Adriano...

Mat Kerekes Is Something To Write Home About

Carolyn Martin, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor

September 25, 2019

Fall is the season for pop-punk. Now that it is upon us, what better way to start it off than by to going to a concert? I had the opportunity to see Mat Kerekes at The Space in Hamden, CT on Sept. 22. If the name Kerekes sounds...

Have ‘No Fear’ Slaughter Beach, Dog Is Here

Carolyn Martin, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor

September 24, 2019

As the summer came to a close I decided to go to one final concert. This time I would be seeing Slaughter Beach, Dog. Slaughter Beach, Dog is the new band Jake Ewald created after the band Modern Baseball took an indefinite hiatus....

Get-To-Know C.A.N.’s Spring Concert

Natalie Dest, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 23, 2019

Get ready Blue Devils, because spring concert season has finally arrived. Friday, April 26 kicks off Central Connecticut's annual spring concert hosted by Central Activites Network, with this year's guests A Boogie wit da Hoodie...

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