Frankie Valet will resume playing local shows sometime next spring, after a break for producing new content, and the other local groups continue to play shows around Wash. U., so watch out for those.
The Greenleafs, Washington University’s premier all-women a cappella group, hosted their 30th annual “Green Eggs and Jam” concert Nov. 9 and 10.
Throughout the fall semester, students at Washington University and the public can enjoy free live performances by noted local and regional jazz artists from 8-10 p.m.
Check out this preview of the Greenleafs’ fall concert!
Check out these concerts in the St. Louis area coming up this weekend!
Molly Burke is a fashion blogger, amassing over 1 million subscribers to her YouTube channel with makeup tutorial videos and lifestyle and fashion vlogs. She has built a career in visual media, despite the fact she’s blind.
The show opens with what seems like a stereotypical college party, but “The Realness” is more enjoyable than any college party.
City Dance brings dance to Wash. U students and the St. Louis community by enabling community members to gain the experience necessary to teach dance and receive feedback from their peers.
“Unbreakable Kaira Shree” was exhibited this past weekend at Edison Theatre and featured performances from Wash. U. groups, as well as a fashion show and a philanthropy presentation.
Every year, The Black Repertory Theatre—The Black Rep, for short—hosts a gala honoring notable black performers, culminating in a performance. This year’s gala took place Saturday, Nov. 3 at the 560 Music Center, featuring a performance of the concert version of “The Gospel at Colonus.”