Justin Roberts ’92 nominated for second Grammy award for children’s album.
The Angela Waite Student Recital honors Kenyon’s top student musicians.
The New York Woodwind Quintet in concert at Rosse Hall.
The Kenyon College Jazz Ensemble brightens the month with classic jazz and blues.
Grammy-winners and vocal adventurers, Roomful of Teeth push the limits of new classical music.
Chamber Singers alumni return to campus to honor music professor’s career.
Long-lost Broadway musical finds new life on Kenyon stage.
The Kenyon Jazz Ensemble welcomes the season and says goodbye to the Class of 2014.
The American Bach Society brings its biennial meeting to Kenyon, with concerts.
Angela Waite Recital brings out the best in student musicians.
I had always regarded collegiate a cappella as one of those things that I would definitely try when I got to college, but never do in any serious way.
A renovated garage serves as a new home for the Bike Co-op.
Chinese Music Ensemble gains maturity and confidence with Eastern music and instruments.
SXSWedu producer Greg Rosenbaum ’10 takes education in an innovative direction.
Student musicians show off their skills at the Angela Waite Student Recital.
Two new exhibits at the Gund Gallery offer lively looks at the natural world.
Fools on the Hill joins Princeton Triangle Club for a night of music and laughs.
The Ransom Notes rehearsed to wow at a collegiate a cappella competition.
The Chamber Singers spring tour premieres a composition by songwriter Andrea Daly ’06.
Acclaimed klezmer fiddler Alicia Svigals presents her original score for a silent film in a screening at the Gund Gallery.
The Mivos Quartet, a strings group with a contemporary focus, will perform at Kenyon.
Three ensembles performing this month will feature wind, percussion and Chinese instruments.
A recording created by Kenyon’s radio station archives the diverse music scene on campus.
Musicians and dancers from West Africa are spending a week teaching in a variety of Kenyon classes and giving a public performance.
Drives home from campus inspired the writing process for Adama Berndt '17, who has released his first rap album.
Two musical ensembles visit Kenyon in October to perform classical works.
A student group, the Pealers, carries on a bell-ringing tradition in the Church of the Holy Spirit.
Dancing with the Kenyon Stars returns with plenty of dips, spins and even lifts — and all those moves raise money for charity.
A New Orleans brass band comes to campus ahead of the Jazz Ensemble’s performance in the Big Easy.
Kenyon faculty members share some facts about the meaning of leap days in their disciplines.
Economics major Rioghnach Robinson ’16 makes her publishing debut with a much-anticipated novel.
Kenyon’s jazz ensemble hits New Orleans to perform, learn from the masters and soak in the city’s unique culture.
Eclectic saxophone-and-drums duo Patchwork will perform at Rosse Hall.
The one-act musical "Once on This Island" returns to the Rosse Hall stage.
The Kenyon Jazz Ensemble mixes a jazz brew in its annual spring concert.
Musician Gabriel Alegria ’93, a pioneer of Afro-Peruvian jazz, returns to Kenyon for a residency and concert.
Kokosingers return to the Hill to celebrate their 50th anniversary with a concert.
A hard-working duo has made the WKCO recording studio the place to go for student musicians.
Prominent equal justice lawyer Bryan Stevenson speaks at Kenyon.
Creating a playlist is a way for me to respond to events happening around us. This playlist is a reflection of the mixture of emotions that I have felt, and emotions that others have shared with me, over the past week.
Several upcoming concerts at Kenyon will delight music lovers of all genres.
The Church of the Holy Spirit's bells rang 526 times to represent each donation to the Kenyon Fund during the College's second Bell-A-Thon on Nov. 29.
Kenyon students power up laptops for a noteworthy musical experience.
WKCO signs off on another year at Kenyon with a festive in-studio performance of "Deck the Halls."
For 12 days in December, we celebrated one dozen of the things that make Kenyon special, in a riff on the classic song "The 12 Days of Christmas."
A dozen of Kenyon's top student musicians will present a wide variety of music at Saturday night's Angela Waite Recital.
Kenyon music ensembles plan several performances to celebrate the centennial of jazz.
Carolyn Ten Eyck '18 documented the Chamber Singers spring tour including four concerts, bus ride games, baby chick sightings and sweet tea drinks.
Wondering what Kenyon students listen to as they make their way around campus? Our team of student bloggers found out.
Kenyon music ensembles will fill Rosse and Storer Halls with year-end concerts of all genres.
Professor of Music Ted Buehrer '91 encourages the Class of 2017 to embrace constraints, celebrate their creativity and keep in touch.
Kenyon's Beta Theta Pi fraternity donates 20 musical instruments to a local school district.
A Mellon Foundation grant spurs innovation in teaching and scholarship through technology.
Oliver VandenBurg '20 spreads holiday cheer by caroling door to door — and reveals a musical talent that may have you doing a double take!
Harrison David Rivers ‘04, a drama and American studies major, writes plays that reflect his life experiences.
Chicago-based Fifth House Ensemble visits Kenyon to merge music and video gaming in an innovative concert.
Student musicians showcase their talents as featured soloists with the Knox County Symphony.
Bloggers Ethan Bradley ’20 and Tariq Thompson ’21 compiled our Middle Path Playlist by asking Kenyon students a simple question: What are you listening to?
Knox County Music Interactive’s Notewave Festival aims to inspire musical and scientific creativity.