UB’s Dreams Affirmed club sold Karen Burthwright with just five words: “Black musical theatre student group.”
Step aside, Mariah Carey.
UB’s Emerging Choreographers Showcase presented dance works by BA, BFA and MFA dance students.
“I don’t know you like that: The Bodywork of Hospitality” takes on the human body, in all its bizarre and beautiful glory.
From the smoothness of his voice to the seductiveness of his lyrics, WizKid vividly showcases his romantic abilities on “More Love, Less Ego.”
‘Her Loss’ comes as a long-awaited full-length collaboration between Drake and 21 Savage, as fans of the duo reminisced on the successes of the pair’s previous songs together.
“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” takes audiences through a heartfelt journey filled with hopeless grieving, laugh-worthy comedy, engaging battles and relentless characters.
Composed of flutists and saxophonists, tubists and percussionists, and everything in between, the UB Student Concert Band creates a space of camaraderie among its unique group of musicians.
“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” may be a mouthful of a title, but UB’s fall musical certainly gave audiences a lot to chew on.
Soccer Mommy, the musical personality of singer-songwriter Sophie Allison, gave a vulnerable, visceral performance at the Town Ballroom last Friday.
Attendees were met with the lively, bustling atmosphere of UB’s most talented artists in their natural habitats: their studios.
With guidance from visiting artist Dara Friedman, a German-born film and video artist whose works have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and the Hammer Museum, a group of adventurous students spent much of this semester constructing River Hill, a large-scale labyrinth and pollinator garden.
Behind every “contemplative site” is the artist that brought it to life.