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WAMH x The Student: “Renaissance”

This summer, Beyoncé dropped her hit album “Renaissance.” WAMH Events Coordinator Nii-Ayi Aryeetey ’23 delves into the album’s joyous and dynamic tracks, heavily inspired by Black music genres, including House, Ballroom, and disco.

Tiny WAMH: Frogs Corn Corn

WAMH is bringing back live music straight from the studio on Saturdays at 9pm! On April 2nd, we had a trial run with Frogs Corn Corn (FCC)…listen to a recording of the broadcast below. Lo-fi… Live WAMH, Frogs Corn CornDownload

WAMH x M@A: An Interview with Stewart Goodyear

We are excited to announce WAMH’s new collaboration with Music@Amherst (M@A)! The blog and Amherst’s music department will be working together to produce a series of video interview with composers, musicians, and artists throughout the concert season.  In the first installation, Nick Edwards Levin ’25 interviews composer and concert pianist Stewart Goodyear. Watch the video …

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WAMH X The Student: David Berman’s “Snow is Falling in Manhattan”

Stillness, Slowing, and David Berman’s “Snow is Falling in Manhattan”  Until recently, my most potent memory of snow was a surprise blizzard sometime in December 2016. My grandfather had tickets to a musical in the West Village, and I was tucked next to him in the windowless theater when the storm began. At intermission, we …

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WAMH × The Student: yeule

By Nii-Ayi Aryeetey ’23 Singaporean artist Nat Ćmiel, known better as “yeule,” has been creating icy, ethereal music since their teenage years. Currently based in London, they are one of the most exciting forces in independent music. Their newest full-length album, “Glitch Princess,” is their most well-developed and cathartic release to date. Yeule’s 2019 debut …

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