If you’re a student at Columbia, it’s almost guaranteed you’ve walked past St. Paul’s Chapel at least a few times. The building is a campus landmark, distinct for its stained glass and the occasional wedding clogging up College Walk.
Rising rapper Cakes Da Killa has gained critical acclaim and fan adoration over the past few years, especially with his new EP “#IMF.” Before performing at WBAR’s Home on the Rave, he took time to speak to Spectator about his career and experiences.
While the majority of Columbia’s students are preparing for their final exams, members of the Columbia University Bach Society are also gearing up for their semester-ending “Handel: In Remembrance” concert, which marks the fifteenth anniversary of the group’s inception.
Kurt Vile and Steven Gunn transform old tunes with their sound on “Parallelogram.”
(Le) Poisson Rouge is to play host to The 2nd Annual Dave Harrington & Friends Holiday Spectacular this Sunday night. With a myriad of acts set to take the stage, the Holiday Spectacular is a pan-denominational celebration of the happiest season of all.
Speedy Ortiz lead singer and guitarist Sadie Dupuis, BC ’10, and senior lecturer in electrical engineering David Vallancourt, SEAS ’81, share a love for both music and STEM fields.
Gigg On, Girl Festival is an all-female music festival taking place at Barnard on Dec. 5. It highlights women in the music industry in hopes of moving toward equality between the genders when it comes to festival lineups, media attention, and acclaim.
Breeding Ground, the art rock ensemble led by pianist Jason Lindner, will be reuniting at National Sawdust for Magos Herrera’s curated jazz series.
Ahead of their upcoming show at Columbia alum-owned venue Baby’s All Right, the band Small Black, formed at Columbia in the early 2000s, reflects on their history.
Indie singer-songwriter and New York native Frankie Cosmos will play at Webster Hall with her band on Sunday night in support of her recently released EP “Fit Me In.”