From the awesomeness that is Nadja Shannon-Dabek ’15:
Do you adore Bulgarian music wholeheartedly? Do you enjoy listening to songs with crazy rhythms and incredible harmonies? Then we’ve got a treat for you!
“Vlada Tomova, known for her “phenomenal acrobatic vocalizations” (Boston Globe) joins with the dynamic vocalists Valentina Kvasova and Shelley Thomas to weave together traditional Bulgarian village styles with artfully arranged a cappella songs and reveal the disarming power and intimacy of the unaccompanied voice. Their reinterpretations of ancient songs tell old time tales of sweet or forbidden love, horses and wild mountains, potent wine, pepper planting, the moon holding secrets, and the sun falling in love with a beautiful girl and her song. Joyous, mysterious, mournful, exuberant, mesmerizing melodies; rich, unusual harmonies; and peculiar, odd rhythms come together to shimmer, intrigue, and delight the ear.
Preceding the show will be a workshop from 4-6 which will be geared towards Slavei, but anyone who is interested is welcome to join!You can also check these videos of their performances Live at Lincoln Center, and live at Fridman Gallery.
When: Workshop 4-6pm, Concert 7-8pm
Where: The World Music Hall
How Much: Free
Directly from the collective mouth of All Caps LADD:
So we’re all-caps LADD ! and we’re led by our namesake, Jack Ladd, and play some indie rock inspired by the likes of wilco, the national, the strokes, and radiohead, and our EP is called ‘Mad in the Coatroom EP’
and it has three songs: Mad in the Coatroom, Summer Nights, and Kids.
Are you male and between the ages of 18 and 24? Do you want to be a star of the silver screen WesCeleb? Then come audition for Ryan Gardner’s senior thesis film, a battle-of-the-sexes comedy about dating in the modern age.
Who: Men ages 18-24
When: Thursday Oct. 2, 5-9pm
Where: Center for Film Studies room 124
Send all further inquiries to email@example.com. See you there!
From the wacky and silly Rachel Day ’16:
Across time and culture, storytelling and oral tradition are an indelible element of humankind. Connect with your primordial self and tell a story at The Sloth’s first event of the year!
The Sloth (based loosely off the group that wouldn’t let us use their name
) provides a time and place where individuals can come together to share true stories from their life. We laugh, we cry, it’s all very cathartic.
From the delectable Dan Hurlburt’s ’15 delicious mouth:
Description: Like beer? Interested in learning how to make beer in many styles from across the world? Come to the Wesleyan Homebrewer’s Alliance informational meeting tomorrow at 8 pm. All are welcome (you don’t have to be 21 to join the club). Anyone with brewing experience or upperclassmen that might be willing to have their own brewhouse should show up a few minutes early or email Dan (dhurlbert@wes) if you can’t make it.
What: Homebrewer’s Alliance Informational Meeting
Time: 8pm, Wednesday
Where: 57 Fountain
From Angus McDonald ’16::::
Worried that you aren’t learning ~real~ skills in all of your humanities classes?
Wishing that you were meeting more of your favorite musicians?
Do you just want to know what that buzz is and how to turn it off?
Wanna be in Sound Co-op and join the crews of us that run the sound equipment for the majority of Wesleyan concerts? Come to the meeting!!!!
When: Saturday Sep 13, 2pm
From the Keen Kissable Katie McLaughlin ’15:
Every Thursday at 7pm, Katie McLaughlin
and Kemal Asik
, the Mindfulness Interns for the year, will lead meditation in the chapel meditation room followed by brownies in the Zelnick Pavilion or outside. Everyone is welcome whether they have been meditating their whole life, have always wanted to try, are just curious, or anything in between. Each week we’ll go through a few aspects/techniques of meditation and try different meditation practices. Sittings will range from 5-15 minutes. Questions are encouraged!
When: Every Thurs 7pm
Where: Chapel Meditation Room
From Katie McLaughlin ’15
Fitness Classes for Free?!
That’s right. Come try out all of WesBAM!’s group exercise and yoga classes for FREE September 6th-13th as we kick-off the Fall 2014 Semester.
We look forward to seeing you all there!
You can find the Promotional Week Schedule here.
NOTE: the Promotional Week schedule might be slightly different from our regular class schedule this semester. The website will be updated with any changes throughout the semester and it can be found here.
WesBAM! is a student-run organization that makes mind-body awareness and fitness accessible at Wesleyan through offering classes in a wide variety of practices – yoga, kickboxing, spin, Zumba, and more. We believe these practices should be accessible to everyBODY and are committed to helping students incorporate them into the college lifestyle. While strengthening our bodies as we nurture our minds, we aim to create a community of fun and respect for both our bodies and each other.
For more information -including class descriptions, rates, and instructor bios – visit our website or email us at wesbodyandmind[at]gmail[dot]com.
Like us on Facebook.
Join us on OrgSync.
When: September 6-13
From the suave Sweedish perfectly chisled face of Anders Dohlman ’15:
Ever wanted to build your own radio? How about construct your own furniture? What is vegan taxidermy?
The DIY Collective is a campus community which seeks to promote skill-sharing between students and aims to motivate self-teaching by directly engaging with raw materials. This Sunday, we will be discussing goals and projects for the semester. Come with your wildest ideas.
When: Sunday 9/7/14
Time: 2:00 pm
Where: University Organizing Center at 190 High St.
From the glorious perfectly bearded mouth of Andrew Hove ’15:
Come try out for Wesleyan’s sexiest a cappella group, the New Group. Try outs will be held THIS Tuesday(September 2nd) in Usdan 1st Floor and THIS Wednesday (September 3rd) in Usdan Basement Room 25 for those who may have conflicts with either time. All you need is 30 seconds of any song you’d like and your sweet self.
Where: Usdan Room 114
When: Today, Sept 2nd 5:15-7:15pm & tomorrow 8:30-11:30pm