Harvard College’s oldest historically all-female a capella group, the Radcliffe Pitches, inducted its first male member this week, more than four decades after the ensemble’s founding.
Thousands of concert-goers swarmed the Harvard Athletic Stadium across the Charles River for the 10th annual Boston Calling Music Festival from May 24 to 26. The three-day event featured performances from over 50 different artists of different genres — from rapper Travis Scott to lo-fi recording artist Clairo.
The floors of the Dunster House dining hall trembled Wednesday evening as more than 140 musicians from within and beyond Harvard participated in the 47th annual Dunster House Messiah Sing.
Marvin, who directed the Harvard choirs from 1978 to 2010, opened his final season with the Jameson Singers choir, consisting of Harvard alumni and Boston residents, last Saturday.
Some musical groups say that the makeup of their membership — and possible shifts toward co-ed status — are driven by auditionees’ abilities, not their gender.
The formerly all-female Radcliffe Choral Society opened its membership to students of all genders in late April 2018.
The Glee Club made the decision to open their membership eligibility after consulting with the historically-female Radcliffe Choral Society, which also decided to make its membership gender neutral in April.
The Kuumba Singers of Harvard College celebrated and reflected on the week of events dedicated to creating and celebrating work by black artists.
One group performing at Oktoberfest sported signs and instruments emblazoned with slogans like “Black Lives Matter” and “End White Supremacy.”