Lyrics: “Full fathom five thy father lies;Of his bones are coral made;Those are pearls that were his eyes;Nothing of him that doth fade,But doth suffer a sea-changeInto something rich and strange.Sea-nymphs hourly ring his knell:Ding-dong.Hark! now I hear them —… Continue Reading →
Just posted a few days ago to ring in the new year, Andrey Kasparov plays a beautiful piece along side the Old Dominion University and the Governor’s School for the Arts Orchestras at Chandler Hall. Happy New Year reader!
“There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor.” ― Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol With winter’s chill upon us and the holidays fast approaching, I’m finding myself filled with joy and anticipation. I’m surrounded… Continue Reading →
Music surrounds us, even if we’re not paying attention. That jingle you can’t get out of your hear after watching a commercial, the ambient music of an elevator, the thrilling sounds accompanying an action movie and even your phone’s ringtone… Continue Reading →
In honor of Archives Month, my wonderful director decided to highlight Old Dominion Special Collections and University Archives staff. Everyday, I’m surrounded by professionals who are passionate about their work and extremely knowledgeable. I feel incredibly lucky to work with… Continue Reading →
Are you a music student looking for funding towards a music degree? A choral group looking to fund your next album? A soloist wanting to put on a concert honoring your favorite composer (Allan Blank, of course)? Finding funding… Continue Reading →
This September marks the 50th anniversary of Old Dominion University founding (technically its third founding… let me explain…)! In 1930, Old Dominion was first established as the Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary. This partnership lasted until… Continue Reading →