University Chorale mixes old and new contemporary pieces to coalesce into one beautiful show that speaks to their talents and point to larger celestial themes of salvation.
A lot goes on behind the scenes of a production in Robsham Theater, but the spotlight rarely shines on the people who don’t appear on stage.
BC’s Chamber Music Society featured talented student and faculty pianists, cellists, and a lone flutist playing the stylings of Mozart, D. Shostakovich, and Louise Farrenc.
Boston College’s production of the Greek Tragedy ‘Eurydice’ is intelligent, strong, and bold. Audience members will surely be enraptured by the star-crossed lovers’ tale.
Boston College’s Organization of Latin American Affairs culture show, ‘Naciones Unidas’ Naciones Unidas: Con Amor Todo Se Puede,’ celebrated culture, love, and a passion for the arts.
Filled with powerful performances of traditional and modern Korean and Chinese cultures, the Korean Student Association and the Chinese Student Association put on an enlightening showcase.
In a compelling performance of Saen and Beethoven, BC Symphony Orchestra brought the past joyfully into the present of Gasson 100.
O’Neill Library’s ‘Righting Historical Wrongs’ exhibit at the Turn of the Millennium’ spotlights past, global injustices and encourages us to learn from history.
This chocolate is not filled with nougat or caramel, but with sex. Boston College’s all male step team, Sexual Chocolate, brings the sweet and savory heat in their Valentine’s Day themed “Big Show.”
Boston College’s South Asian Student Association celebrates cultural diversity and artistic expression in their annual culture show.