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King sauntered on stage Saturday night with only his drummer, David
Prowse, aiding him. King and Prowse, members of the band Japandroids, charged
into their lead single, “Near to the Wild Heart of Life,” and mid-verse, King
hocked a loogie the size of a small bird that clung to an oversized amp for the
Hurricane Harvey ravaged Houston just weeks ago, but for some it probably feels like months since the category 4 storm was in the public consciousness.
Dar Williams came onto the stage at Camp Concert Hall carrying just a classic acoustic guitar and, without any greeting to the audience, began to sing “When I was a Boy,” a song about gender identity in today’s society.
About 150 audience members rose to their feet in applause after an emotional keynote address from President Ed Ayers at Richmond’s Martin Luther King Jr. holiday commemoration ceremony Monday evening.
The tradition of a cappella continues at University of Richmond with The Sirens' annual Holiday Concert on Dec. 3. The concert will feature all four of the university's a cappella groups – The Sirens, Choeur du Roi, The Octaves and Off the Cuff – at 9 p.m. in the Pier.
Japanese, Indonesian, Indian, Brazilian and West African harmonies brought students, alumni, faculty, children and community members together during the music department's Global Sounds Concert on Sunday, Nov. 23.
“I stand before you this evening as an African American, transgender woman,” Laverne Cox said Monday night before a sold-out Camp Concert Hall. “I stand before you as an artist. I stand before you as an actress — an Emmy-nominated actress — I stand before you as a daughter and a sister.”
This spring, the biannual Global Sounds Concert will be held around the fountain on the Westhampton Green with the hope of breaking traditional formal concert boundaries, said Andrew McGraw, director for the concert.
"Nightlife as an Art Form" is a course in the department of theatre and dance that allows students to attend concerts, throw parties and learn to deejay, all for academic credit.
Anthony Seeger, nephew of the American folk musician and activist Pete Seeger, spoke about the ways music sparks social change at Camp Concert Hall Feb. 3, just one week after his renowned uncle had died at age 94.
One week after winning their first Grammy Award in the Best R & B Performance category, Snarky Puppy appeared on stage in the University of Richmond's Alice Jepson Theatre on Feb. 1.
On a warm Sunday afternoon, an audience gathered in the Greek Theatre to listen to music made by percussion instruments, conch shells, stone tiles and even sirens in celebration of Earth Day.
The University of Richmond Symphony Orchestra, made up of both student and community musicians, performed mostly American contemporary music at a performance at 7:30 in Camp Concert Hall Wednesday night.
On the evening of Thursday, March 21, various musicians, artists, dancers and poets will come together in Booker Hall to create a carnivalesque, musical experience called the Musicircus.
Thanks to members of Richmond's Campus Activities Board (CAB), the coming months will be filled with a variety of free, campus-wide shows and activities, including a spring concert, guest speaker and possibly a comedian.
University of Richmond's oldest coed a cappella group, Choeur du Roi, performed a mix of modern and classic songs to a supportive and excited crowd for the third annual King of Hearts Concert on Saturday.
Almost every seat was filled in Camp Concert Hall on Monday as students, faculty and members of the Richmond community gathered in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Sunny Jain, leader of the Brooklyn-based band Red Baraat, wants the University of Richmond to dance tomorrow.
The Richmond Pulmonary Association is hosting a charity concert, featuring local bands and musicians, at 9 p.m. on April 19 in the Tyler Haynes Commons.
The heat was sweltering as students gathered in the Greek Theater on Saturday amid a mass of blue balloons. Jackets were shed, and many spectators enjoyed popsicles as they waited. Bubbles floated over everyone's heads from a bottle in the sixth row. When the first act, Resin, walked on stage to play "Love Song" by The Cure, the crowd of about 50 people erupted in riotous applause.