Rebecca Julie

Deputy Arts Editor


Sam Smith Burns Past Awkwardness to Grace


August 23, 2018

Civitas Ensemble and Gipsy Way Ensemble Break Stigma Through Music

Last Sunday, the Civitas Ensemble collaborated with the Gipsy Way Ensemble to destigmatize Romani culture.


May 11, 2017

OLAS Turns Up the Heat With Politically Charged Show

The fifth annual OLAS Cultural Show and Art Fair took place last Saturday night, exploring politics and art through artwork and performance.


April 10, 2017

CSO Explores Late Schubert and Mahler, Albeit with a Mild Case of Hiccups

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra's performance on Thursday reached nuanced heights at times and fell flat at others.


April 3, 2017

From the Quad to the Runway: MODA 2017

Friday’s fashion show will allow Friedland and other fashion-savvy students on campus to design pieces for models a bit less elusive than, say, Zayn Malik.


February 24, 2017

Reg’s Répons to Boulez Honors Modern Musical Master

The "Pierre Boulez" exhibit on the third floor of the Regenstein Library honors the famed composer, writer, and conductor's life and legacy.


February 13, 2017

Balancing the Scales: Stephen Burns on Music, Otherness, and Inclusion

Stephen Burns discusses the mission of diversity behind "Fulcrum Point New Music Project."


February 6, 2017

Imani Winds Champions Diversity of Repertoire and Race

Ensemble-in-residence Imami Winds discusses race, class, and privilege with the UChicago Chamber Music Organization.


January 23, 2017

Newberry Consort Performs the Music of Oswald von Wolkenstein

The Newberry Consort takes to the Logan Center with the music of 14th Century poet, composer, and diplomat Oswald von Wolkenstein, a true Renaissance man.


January 12, 2017

James Levine hits a home run with the CSO

Conductor James Levine returned to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for a special appearance after concluding his tenure at the Met, closing a triumphant concert with the memorable "Symphonie Fantastique" by Berlioz.


November 7, 2016