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SCOr picks up ‘Good Vibrations’

Last Friday night, under the soft lights of Toyon’s lounge, Stanford Collaborative Orchestra (SCOr) swept the audience away on a musical adventure. Layers of strings, woodwinds and incredible pianists carried the listeners through a dizzyingly gorgeous set and reminded me of just how many amazing musicians Stanford has. SCOr’s spring concert, “Good Vibrations,” featured a…

On the legacy of Queen

This past year drummed in a resurgence in the popularity of the British rock band Queen. With the 2018 biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” and lead actor Rami Malek shaking up the box office in this year’s film award ceremonies, the band Queen has never been more in the spotlight. The film “Bohemian Rhapsody” celebrates Freddie’s life,…

‘You know BTS?’

How international pop superstars BTS paved the way and changed the game What does it take to be the biggest boyband in the world? Evidently, it takes seven charismatic men, striking visuals, high production values, multi-genre tracks adorned with percussive raps and sparkling verses almost entirely in Korean, polished and perfected dance moves in perfect sync…