Matt & Kim to Perform in May

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On Friday, May 9, the Middlebury College Activities Board (MCAB) will welcome Brooklyn-based alt-indie band Matt & Kim to perform the 2014 Spring Concert. Due[...]

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String Quartet Performs Beethoven

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The College’s Performing Arts Series will continue its tradition of bringing world-class artists to the community tonight, March 13, when the Elias String Quartet presents[...]

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Winter Carnival to Feature DJ Earworm

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The Middlebury College Activities Board (MCAB) has announced that DJ Earworm will be headlining the Winter Carnival Ball on Saturday, Feb. 22. According to MCAB[...]

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The Sweet Remains Plays Campus

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On Thursday, Jan. 16 in Mead Chapel, The Sweet Remains — a folk-rock group led by Middlebury College alumni Rich Price ’99.5 and Greg Naughton ’90 — will perform in Mead Chapel.

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Alpenglow Performs Alongside Installation

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I’ve been following Alpenglow since I saw their first concert in January 2011 – before they even had their name – in the artfully decorated[...]

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Chance Brings Energy, Controversy

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After a week of intense scrutiny and campus-wide discourse, the question remains: will he play it? The insidious lyric in “Favorite Song” resting neatly within the lush garden that is Chance’s acclaimed LP Acid Rap? Will he defy pleas of the administration and many students on campus? And then it happened. Chance ran through “Favorite Song” without the hint of censoring.

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Chance Lyrics Spark Student Animosity

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At the age of 20, most people are still thinking about what they want to do when they “grow up.” This is not the case[...]

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Angelique Kidjo Inspires Audiences

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Filling Nelson Arena with pure, raw and powerful vocals, Angelique Kidjo asserted her musical abilities from the first spine-tingling note of her Oct. 3 concert.[...]

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Angelique Kidjo to Perform at the College

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African pop diva Angelique Kidjo recently brought an international crowd of 7,000 people to their feet, dancing together to an upbeat song about global peace[...]

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Escher String Quartet Draws Inspiration from the Classics

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The Escher String Quartet dazzled a packed house on Friday, March 8 at the Kevin P. Mahaney ’84 Center for the Arts Concert Hall.  The[...]

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Alpenglow Sets Stage for Concert, New Album

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Alpenglow, a five-piece folk band formed in Vermont, will perform in Mead Memorial Chapel at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 19.  The band features students[...]

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Musician Alumn Returns for Residency

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Kid Millions, aka John Colpitts ’95, has played with the experimental rock band Oneida for 15 years.  His current solo act, Man Forever, incorporates local[...]

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