Ronni Mok visits the Cornell Music Library’s new bookshelf (just to the left after you enter) and checks out a recent arrival—Saam Trivedi’s Imagination, Music, and the Emotions.
Bassist Chris Worden recalls a musical encounter with experimental jazz pianist and composer, who died last month at the age of 87 at his home in Manhattan.
Daniel Norris reviews Lizzy Goodman’s brimming collection of interviews with figures from New York City’s turn-of-the-millennium rock revival.
Lela Robinson reviews a new book on Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s classic 1986 musical.
Long a fan of Pentatonix, Ronni Mok reviews the group’s first release since the departure of bass singer Avi Kaplan.
Ian Goldsmith indulges in a trip to the Caribbean.
Chris Worden, another sleep-deprived and cranky Cornell student, braces himself for the sonic impact of the university’s most iconic (and aurally harassing) structure: McGraw Clocktower.