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Artist spotlight: Sally Alvarado

Artist spotlight: Sally Alvarado

Photo by Julia Balestri. Senior and Bachelor of Music student Sally Alvarado will be graduating this June with a major in Choral/General Music Education and minor in Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL). Though four years has gone by fast, Alvarado has made many friends and memories along the way by joining many different

Artist spotlight: Trent guerrero

Photo by Julia Balestri. For double-degree senior Trent Guerrero, running back and forth from the college to the Conservatory is not uncommon. Lawrence’s five-year program has allowed Guerrero to pursue a Bachelor of Music in Viola Performance and take courses in Inorganic Chemistry and Biochemistry for his Bachelor of Arts. Though seemingly opposite fields, Guerrero

Artist Spotlight: Emma Jensen

Photo by Bridget Bartal        Though performance is only one aspect of music study at Lawrence’s Conservatory of Music, performing music has been part of senior and Horn Performance major Emma Jensen’s life for longer than she can remember. She started playing horn in elementary school and has known since age 12 that she wants

Artist spotlight: Cosette Bardawil

Portrait of Cosette Bardwill. Photo by Marieke de Koker. For fourth-year student Cosette Bardawil, Lawrence University’s dual degree program offered her the ability to explore two different kinds of language — music and French. Pursuing a Bachelor of Music for Flute Performance and Bachelor of Arts for French and Francophone Studies, Bardawil sees how the

London Week Recap

As time comes to “represent some aspects of London culture” on campus, the Off-Campus Programs Office hosted the annual London Week last Monday, Jan. 29 to Friday, Feb. 2. The week featured several promotional events, including a “Great British Baking Show”-themed cookie-decorating afternoon on Monday, a lecture given by Gordon R. Clapp Chair of American

Artist Spotlight: Noah Gunther

Photo by Natalie Cash   At Lawrence, the Studio Art Experience gives students the opportunity to explore different types of artistic mediums and work closely with their instructors, as well as having the chance to display their work in the Wriston Art Center galleries and around campus. Having come into Lawrence planning on majoring in

Artist spotlight: Isabel Dammann

Photo by Angelica Hurtado When asked about her interests in both geology and violin, fifth-year senior Isabel Dammann says, “I have really enjoyed having one foot on each side of College Ave, so to speak. I am thoroughly involved in the Conservatory, but also have a fantastic community of geologists whom I can geek out

Artist Spotlight: Renae Tuschner

Photo by Natalie Cash   Lawrence’s five-year double-degree program has been very rewarding for senior Renae Tuschner. Currently in her fourth year of the program, Tuschner is studying Bassoon Performance, Psychology and Neuroscience. “I actually found Lawrence through an internship opportunity that I had in high school. I was in a youth orchestra—my boss there

January Art @ Noon

  Thursday, Jan. 19 marked the first installation of the student-curated series, “Dreams of the Floating World: 15 Views of Tokugawa Japan.” “When I first arrived at Lawrence, Wriston Gallery Director Beth Zinsli hosted an open house,” Assistant Professor of History Brigid Vance explained. “I was impressed with the Japanese woodblock prints and decided to

Artist Spotlight: Maddy Brotherton

Photo by Natalie Cash Taking classes in both the college and conservatory has shaped senior Maddy Brotherton’s musical career at Lawrence University. Coming from a musical background with notable family member musicians and having played violin for over 16 years, Brotherton has seen more intersection and connection between her Violin Performance major and Russian minor