Music Issue 2015

Tigers Are Bad For Horses

The alternative pop duo, made up of alumni Lyell Evans Roeder (COL ’13) and Mary Ellen Funke (SFS ’15) rolled out their debut eponymous EP today.


Deuce B

Rapper Benjamin Brooks (SFS ’16), otherwise known by his stage name Deuce B, plans to release an EP before he graduates next year.

Daniel Breland

After signing to record label Water Music, singer Daniel Breland (MSB ’17) prepares for his second major release, with a focus on socially conscious lyrics.

Liberal Leave with Instructional Continuity

A newly formed alternative rock group composed of four sophomores, Liberal Leave looks forward to expanding their presence on campus after their first Guild of Bands performance this fall.

Eight Up and Coming Artists

From Jess Glynne to Eternal Summers to Nathaniel Rateliff, these artists are set to define the music scene of 2016.

The Capital of Live Music

Since the early days of jazz, D.C. has been at the epicenter of live music, with a plethora of concert venues from the hip 9:30 Club to the colossal Verizon Center.

A Harmony of Diverse Talent

Under the leadership of director Angel Gil-Ordoñez, the Georgetown University Orchestra has fostered a diverse range of the university’s academic and musical talents.

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