Concert

Following Emory’s Student Programming Council (SPC)’s announcement that Atlanta-based hip-hop trio Migos will headline Dooley’s Week 2017, the more than 30 students that The Emory Wheel interviewed expressed widespread support for SPC’s selection. Booking Migos was based in large part ...

When I stepped out of Terminal West Tuesday, Feb. 7, I bid my fellow congregation members a bittersweet goodbye. What had started as an impromptu Tuesday night concert transformed into a full-on religious experience. Tchami stood above the crowd, behind ...

What’s better than a viola? For people who disparage the middle child of the strings family, the cruel answer is “everything.” However, to the Jan. 28 audience of the one-time recital Violamania! in Emory’s Schwartz Center for Performing Arts, the ...

“I believe there are some places where the wall is thinner between this world and the next … I think every single song we write is just trying to figure out how to reach it. How to touch it. How ...
Courtesy of Cliff Watt

How does one begin to explain the exquisite magic of Sarah Chang? The prodigious violinist enthralled the audience Saturday, Sept. 10, at Emerson Concert Hall in the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts as part of Emory University’s Candler Concert Series. ...
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“Blew up and I’m in the A still.” Drake ad-libbed that line (original line: “Blew up and I’m in the city still,” the city being his hometown of Toronto) while performing “Still Here” during his Aug. 25 show at Philips ...
Albert Feng, Staff

You don’t need to be an expert to know that The Chainsmokers, who performed Saturday night on McDonough Field to close Dooley’s Week, have made some of today’s biggest hits. Their personalities, catchy pop-crossover productions and endless features of female ...
Ruth Reyes, Photo Editor

On Thursday, April 7, Khaled Mohamed Khaled — better known as DJ Khaled — “blessed” Emory with an hour and a half long performance at McDonough Field. Khaled was one of the headliners for this year’s Dooley’s Week, along with ...
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“I don’t know where to begin.” It’s the tender and honest lyric at the top of singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens’ “Death With Dignity,” the song that opened last week’s show on Nov. 5 at the Cobb Energy Performing Centre. Home video ...