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Henry Robertson Music Thesis featuring Anaphylactic Shock

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Henry Robertson ’13 writes in to tell us about the coolest and least capitalized thesis description I’ve heard of in a while:

gettin’ real trippy and weird. gonna tear the house down with our infectious jammin’ and balls to the wall rock.

Date: Thursday, April 4
Time: 9:00 p.m.
Place: Crowell Music Hall
Cost: fo free

A Senior Recital for the Masses

Music is for kids but also animals because who else is so happy? Thanks and hi! Come see Howe Pearson ’12 and his animal friends perform on their guitar sets and drum rolls, please!  Bring your instruments!?

Date: Friday, April 20th
Time:
9-10 p.m.
Place:
Crowell Concert Hall
Cost:
Any and all instruments you have

Sam Long Invites You to His Thesis Performance

From Sam Long ’12:

Hi, I’m Sam. Thank you for taking the time to read this. Over the past year I’ve been working on a project that combines environmental studies and music. I have written 10 songs that celebrate and explore the Connecticut River, Middletown’s most spectacular local resource. I am performing the music with four amazing friends. They are Jess Best ’14, Mel Hsu ’13, Howe Pearson ’12 and Gemma Smith ’13. We call ourselves The Honey and the Sting. I hope that you will join us for our concert! The weather is going to be worse than I expected, but I was going to have the stage powered by bicycles that will run during the concert. As a compromise we will be performing the songs without any power at all. It should be really special!!! Here are the details. Here is a promotional video of us performing the first song.