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QC Orchestra: From Russia with Love

On Oct. 5, 2018, the Queens College Orchestra presented a concert called “From Russia With Love,” in which they performed works from Glinka, Liebermann and Tchaikovsky. Charles Neidich, an Associate Professor at the Aaron Copland School of Music, conducted the performance. The audience was mostly filled with families, but there were also some members of […]

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The next big music craze at QC

Trebel, a music app, is being introduced to Queens College. It allows the user to listen, download and play music offline, with no data charges, for free. According to the Nielsen Company, a global information company, 66 million millennials listen to 44 hours of music per month each and 73 percent of listening happens outside. […]

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Kupferberg Center hosts performance in honor of Martin Luther King Day

The Kupferberg Theatre hosted the Dance Theatre of Harlem for a special performance on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Following a lack of events on campus to celebrate King in past years, Queens College President Felix Rodriguez proudly announced that every year on Martin Luther King Jr. Day would bring a new on-campus event celebrating racial diversity […]

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Audra McDonald performs at Kupferberg Center for the Arts

Tony-award winning actress Audra McDonald entertained an audience with a night of musical theatre, jazz standards and intriguing anecdotes on Oct. 5 in Colden Auditorium as part of her nation-wide concert tour. McDonald is best known for her Broadway career in acclaimed musicals such as “Ragtime,” “A Raisin in the Sun” and the 2012 revival […]

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