The Record Connection, providing Waterville with an abundance of literature and music, is the brainchild of connoisseur Bob Richards.
One student band plays a mix of covers and originals while honoring a friend and classmate.
On Saturday the College’s jazz band played a diverse and stirring show entitled “The Vocalist Returns.”
Colby brings Macklemore ft. Ryan Lewis to campus for the 2013 Spring Concert.
As part of an annual tradition of performance and outreach, the College's own Chorale took on the Big Apple.
The Wind Ensemble returns from spring break with a blow-out concert.
Alexander MacMillan explores the life of a prolific blues guitarist.
World-acclaimed shakuhachi musician James Schlefer comes to the College.
Alexander MacMillan reviews the political poetry of hip-hop artists Gil Scott-Heron and Joey Bada$$.
Seven bands from around New England convened in Page Commons to compete in the Colby-Waterville Alliance's annual Battle of the Bands.
The Forge, an all-female Irish music group, gave a free, public performance at the Waterville Opera House.
George Benson’s 1972 jazz-fusion album “White Rabbit” is truly a spell-binding piece of music. On “White Rabbit,” Benson is joined by an impressive cast of jazz greats including musicians Herbie Hancock, Earl Klugh, Ron Carter and Billy Cobham.
I have watched with increasing admiration as [Hallstrom] has taken this wonderful ensemble to become a musical triumph.
Every year I just could not wait to get to that place, and eventually I decided, my entire life should be about Apple Hill, instead of the other way around.
El Camino’s sound has actually become so commercialized that it’s ostensibly been featured on every single commercial airing after the album dropped in October.
Entitled “The British Are Coming, The British Are Coming!,” the concert was advertised as a night of British composers and their “lush orchestrations” and “singable tunes.”
The two wove their voices, both of which would have sufficed as the lead, into an undulating cloth of harmony above the warm, shifting tones spilling from their instruments.
For Liang and the Asian Cultural Society, bringing the Summit to the College was as much about fostering community on campus as it was about introducing new music.
The evening’s performances were a sampling of the beautiful yet turbulent Slavic music of the 20th century.
The warm welcoming of tea and cookies was a telling start for the night of honesty, reverie and soul.
The entire night was a whirlwind ride through historic American music and authentic jazz elements.
Hip-hop has just been blessed with who I believe to be one of the genre’s most promising young artists: J.Cole.
Although the performance commemorated Renaissance-guru Victoria, the program featured various composers of the 16th century, all of which utilized similar contrapuntal conventions.
Tickets are $25 and you must have a valid college id from any accredited college in order to get in. The concert details are on the website. The show is May 6th and doors open at 7pm.
Plans spoiled by the weather, come to Pulver tonight to see Underground System Afrobeat!
Highlights from Colby Symphony Orchestra's concert on Saturday, March 13.