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Tuesday Recital showcases variety of student talent

The music department’s students and faculty convened in Mayo Concert Hall on Oct. 1 to listen to their peers perform in the first Tuesday Afternoon Recital of the semester.

Traditions lounge hosts student soloists

Student talent made sound waves for customers and music lovers at the College Union Board’s Student Soloist Night on Friday, Feb. 22 at 6 p.m in the Traditions Lounge. Instruments such as guitar and harmonica, as well as vocal performances

TMT performs Broadway hits

The performers brought their own sense of style and mood to each piece, which gave the original songs a fresh twist.

Student soloist night ends fall semester on high note

Students escaped the cold weather and dined at Traditions on Nov. 27 while enjoying two sets of music organized by CUB Alt in the Traditions Lounge at 8 p.m.

‘A Star is Born’ shines light on music industry

Bradley Cooper made his directorial debut with “A Star is Born,” and he presents a reimagined version of the 1937 film that tells the same tale in an intimate, yet authentic way –– but don’t expect to come out feeling completely euphoric after seeing the film.

Students prove ‘TCNJ’s Got Talent’

While many students headed home for Easter, 12 others prepared sparkling performances for the ninth annual TCNJ’s Got Talent show in the Brower Student Center Room 100 on Friday, March 30.

iCaberet impresses with solo and group songs

Students and parents all filed into the Library Auditorium to watch i-Tunes, one of the many a capella groups on campus, on Friday, Nov. 10. I-Tunes performed its second annual i-Cabaret.

Chorale creates cultural concert

The melodious voices of the College’s Chorale filled Mayo Concert Hall on Saturday, Oct. 14, at 8 p.m. as audience members sat captivated by the music.

A cappella group The Filharmonic serenades students in Mayo Concert Hall

The Filharmonic performed songs such as “Chains” by Nick Jonas, “Shut up and Dance with Me” by Walk the Moon. Every song was well-known, so the audience could easily pick it up and sing along with them, except from their original song, “Get up and Go.” However, the group taught the audience the verses, so they could sing, too.

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