The smell of freshly-wrapped blunts being lit that, up until then, had only played a minor factor, now spread so much that it was the only smell worth mentioning, even more than the stench and desperation of canned beer and cheap cologne.
As always, it was a night of victory, defeat, surprise and, of course, a few snubs. If you happened to miss the year’s biggest night in music, here is a look at of some of the event’s biggest moments…good and bad.
For many people, New Year’s resolutions provide a sense of optimism as to what the new year will bring. Others find a source of hope in music, often fantasizing about the music masterpieces that will hit Spotify before the year’s end. I happen to be in the latter category.
In order to decorate that Christmas playlist with extra spice, here are some hidden holiday tracks from this decade that may have flown under your radar.
“It’s a wonderful piece of music,” Carnochan said. “I think once people know it’s available for wind ensemble it’s going be played by groups like ours at other major colleges around the country and possibly the world.”
In a conversation with The Hurricane, senior Julia Gorordo explained that she is more than prepared to answer the call of supporting childrens’ creative development.
About 15 students will be performing on Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, at 5 p.m. The songs are all classical songs ranging from Mozart and Beethoven to 20th-century pieces.