More In the News
- Hawkapella in Hartford Magazine, Educational Main Street on Fox CT News, Pier on WLIS-AM, and More
- Media Coverage of former Hartt School Dean Malcolm Morrison’s Passing
- Sekou on NBC Connecticut, Matacin on Fox CT, Parker in Hartford Courant, and More
- Pence in Journal Inquirer, Kelly in Seasons magazine, Goldstein in Slate.com, and More
Harrison on WTIC Radio, Black in Huffington Post, Russell in Philadelphia Inquirer, and More
In his “A Comment from the Sports World” commentary on Monday, Oct. 7, WTIC Radio’s Scott Gray offer his recommended that University President Walter Harrison be named the next commissioner of Major League Baseball. Click here to listen to Gray’s column.
Robert Black, associate professor of double bass at The Hartt School, was featured in question-and-answer interview in the Huffington Post’s “Arts & Culture” blog on Friday, Sept. 27. The article highlights his multi-media project, “Possessed,” which is a site-specific environmental duet, partnering the physical and acoustical beauty of Moab, Utah’s natural habitat with Black’s evocative improvisation. Click here to read the article.
Evan Russell and the Hartford Hawks men’s golf team were highlighted in the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Valley News of West Lebanon, N.H., and the Hartford Courant for their win the Temple Invitational Golf Tournament. Russell, who was believed to have set the competitive course record when he shot 62 in the tournament’s opening round, earned individual medalist honors and teammate Anthony Vecchiarelli was the runner-up at the Philmont Country Club in Huntington Valley, Pa.
Kayla Hushin and Alex Psillos, both ceramics artists and recent graduates of the Hartford Art School, were interviewed for a story in Sunday, Oct. 13, edition of The Herald Leader of Gloversville, N.Y. The couple was selected as the 2013-14 fall/winter artists-in-residence at the Orendaga on Northville Lake, and they are the first artists selected in the new residency program. Click here to read the article.
David Raposo, a recent graduate of The Hartt School, is performing with the touring company of “The Hungry Hungry Games,” (a spoof of The Hunger Games series), according to a story in the Thursday, Oct. 3 issue of South Coast Today, in New Bedford, Mass. Raposo, a native of Dartmouth, Mass., told the newspaper that he was fortunate that he found a college teacher, Kevin Gray, who really helped his early career in the theater industry by introducing him to a top representative at the New York City-based Don Buchwald Agency. Click here to read the article.