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The Oh Hellos will play a concert at Taylor on Sunday, March 4 in Rediger Auditorium. (Photograph provided by Teagan Studebaker)

Oh Hello there

The Oh Hellos folk rock band comes to campusBy Emily Rachelle Russell | Echo Folk rock musicians The Oh Hellos will perform in concert in Rediger Auditorium at 8 p.m. on Sunday, March 4. The concert was organized by Mainstage, a Taylor student organization that plans dances and concerts on […]

by · March 2, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · News
Come learn to play the piano!
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It’s time to sign up for piano lessons!

The Center for Musical Development (CMD) at Taylor University will be offering piano lessons for the Spring 2018 semester.         Lessons begin the week of Feb. 8 and conclude the week of May 11         Taylor students will offer lessons to beginning and returning students Monday through Friday between 3 and 8 […]

by · February 2, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Bruno Modolo Cabrera, adjunct professor of music, also plays for a local Indianapolis band known as “The Indigos.” Photograph provided by Bruno Modolo Cabrera

Brazil comes to Taylor

A new music group open to all students begins next semesterBy Abigail Roberts A blend of syncopated beat and creative invention, Brazilian music is like no other sound on the planet. This coming spring semester, adjunct music professor Bruno Modolo Cabrera plans to bring this daringly distinctive sound to Taylor […]

by · December 8, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
The music of millennials

The music of millennials

A sneak preview of three MyGen actsBy Becca Eis | Echo TSO’s Student Activities Council will put on their annual MyGen talent show tomorrow at 8:15 p.m. in Rediger Auditorium. One of Taylor’s many traditions, MyGen allows students across campus to showcase their musical talents by performing songs written since […]

by · November 10, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Vagabon’s album “Infinite Worlds”

Vagabon’s album “Infinite Worlds”

Addressing the complications of communityBy Kirsten Kosik | Contributor Vagabon’s debut album “Infinite Worlds” is the auditory embodiment of community living. The product: a tumultuous, sometimes perceptively quiet, other times uncomfortably noisy, sound.     Vagabon, the indie rock project of Cameroon-born Laetitia Tamko, adopted the role of the quiet observer of […]

by · September 15, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Seniors, Alex Berends and Karissa Moss (Photograph by Abigail Roberts)

Join Taylor’s 2017 music ensembles

Inclusivity, excellence, worship and service through music, if that is where your heart is, you’ll find a real place in one of the many Taylor ensembles.By Abigail Roberts | Echo 1. Choral and Sounds Watch more here. Director: JoAnn Rediger Professor of Music & Director of Chorale Ensembles Theme: Speaking for […]

by · September 7, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
President Paul Lowell Haines, the 31st president of Taylor, has more on his plate than some may realize, but hopes to make more time for playing music (photo by Justin Chapman).

The rockstar president

A snapshot of President Lowell Haines’ dayBy Justin Chapman | Echo Early mornings are President Lowell Haines’ friend—5:30 a.m. to be exact. Mornings hold the few moments of calmness before a packed day. Recently, Haines hasn’t had time for nutritious breakfasts. This may be because he has completed his first […]

by · May 12, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Features, News
Paul’s Picks

Paul’s Picks

Jay Som — “Everybody Works”By Paul Jacobson | Contributor  As I inch closer and closer to graduating and entering the real world, I’ve been experiencing the existential dread and angst that all early twenty-somethings go through at this point in their lives. Meilna Duterte, who writes and performs under the […]

by · April 7, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Davis is currently working with his favorite decade, the ’60s, in the film “Fall of ’69.” (Photograph provided by Andrew Paul Davis)

Future in film and music

Taylor filmmaker and musician embraces liberal artsBy Laura Koenig | Echo Studying the past in Professor of History Steve Messer’s History of the U.S. Since 1877. Learning Chinese in a class with only four people. Engaging with Russian history, politics and philosophy while acting in “The Cherry Orchard.” Senior Andrew […]

by · March 31, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Paul’s Picks

Paul’s Picks

Paul Jacobson reviews David Bazan’s “Care”Paul Jacobson | Contributor  If there’s one thing I appreciate in a musician, it’s honest songwriting. David Bazan is an honest songwriter; he’s one of the most honest songwriters I can think of. Bazan is an interesting character: once an outspoken Christian writing songs about […]

by · March 10, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment