In this intimate interview, jazz DJ Jerrica '22 speaks with world-renowned Cuban musician Gonzalo Rubalcala about his musical philosophy in advance of his upcoming concert with the Harvard Jazz Orchestra.
Noelle Chung chats with Benjamin Wenzelberg ’21. Conductor, countertenor, and composer, Wenzelberg wrote the music and libretto for “Nighttown,” an operatic reimagining of Joyce’s Ulysses. Listen for a conversation about his relationship with music, the creative process behind “Nighttown,” and the importance of opera.
Noelle Chung '25 chats with Alison Bechdel, a renowned American cartoonist and 2014 recipient of the MacArthur Genius Award. With a broad range of comics and graphic memoirs, her works focus on explorations of her own identity, from dives into the lesbian community in Dykes to Watch Out For to her complicated and fraught relationship with her father in Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic. Bechdel is also the namesake for the Bechdel test, a way of measuring the depth of representation of women in fictional works.
Noelle Chung, ’25, speaks with Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya, a former neuroscientist and now artist-activist. Join a conversation on her path to the world of art, science outreach, and celebration of the AAPI voice.