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The Beauty Industry’s Ugly Truth

The Beauty Industry’s Ugly Truth

May 12, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

The self-esteem of a person is largely influenced by social media and, more specifically, the modeling industry. As a teenage girl growing up in a society where beauty is considered to be tall, blonde, and thin, my self-esteem has been largely impacted my entire life based on what society callsRead More

Violin Talent: Eliana Kim

May 12, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

On Saturday, April 29, Eliana Kim ’20 performed Saint-Saëns Violin Concerto No. 3 Movement III with the Wallingford Symphony Orchestra (WSO) in the Chapel. It was one special day for her, as she had spent the entire school year rehearsing this piece. Kim is a third form student from Seoul,Read More

Senior Recital: David Park ’17

May 12, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

David Park ’17 is one of the most recognized pianists at Choate. We have all heard him on the piano at least once before, either through his various performances during weekly school meetings or his participation in orchestral works. Students and faculty alike have praised Park on his musical talents,Read More

Each year, CRHO takes to Carnegie Hall to display its talent on one of the world’s best venues.

How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Go to Choate.

April 21, 2017 at 6:01 am 1 comment

Apply to Choate, and, sooner rather than later, you’ll notice the arts program. Choate Rosemary Hall boasts an extraordinary program, which includes the Choate Symphony Orchestra (CRHO), composed of passionate and talented musicians from all over the world. The Choate Symphony Orchestra, led by the “mighty maestro” Mr. Phil Ventre,Read More

Bershtein and Patel: Pop Stars in the Making

April 21, 2017 at 6:00 am 1 comment

Recently, two Choate students have taken their love for music to a different level. No longer sticking to simply covering a song from a different artist, Richard Bershtein ’20 and Max Patel ’19 have gone above and beyond and written their own songs. The two songs they have written thusRead More

Dutchin’s passion for singing and acting will continue at Northwestern.

Senior Recital: Kaitlyn Dutchin ’17

April 21, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Kaitlyn Dutchin ’17 amazed yet another crowd  on Sunday, April 9, at her Senior Recital. Dutchin sang an array of musical theater songs, as well as a duet with Stephen Ankoue ’17. Dutchin proved her talent once again through her impeccable acting and beautiful voice. “I really just wanted toRead More

The artist plans to upon the size and change the subject of her art in the future.

The Banksy of Choate

April 21, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Armed with the phrase, “My art isn’t attacking you; it’s just something that you are looking at,” an anonymous political artist has taken to campus, provoking widespread chatter. Because of the artist’s choice of locations,  the Lanphier Center, the Science Center, the PMAC, and the Humanities Building, you have undoubtedlyRead More

Students from the annual Spring Dance Concert perform “Sing! Sing! Sing!,” choreographed by ballet teacher CK Shelley Cook.

Annual Dance Concert Graces PMAC

April 14, 2017 at 6:01 am 0 comments

Each and every spring, the annual Student Dance Concert is performed in the Paul Mellon Arts Center. It is the culmination of a year of hard work by the dance faculty and students, resulting in a two-hour production that goes on twice. This year, the concert featured 17 dances choreographedRead More

Nicolai-Scanio’s graphic interpretation of the KEC.

From Algorithm to Art

April 14, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Encountering art is inevitable. Everyone has seen some form of art in his or her lives, whether that is through symphonies, exhibitions, dances, writing, or musicals. However, Zev Nicolai-Scanio ’18 has developed a new form of art through an algorithm. Nicolai-Scanio completed a Directed Study with his project advisor Dr.Read More