Hannah Edgar

Deputy Editor-in-Chief  /   2018 Class   /  @2ndFiddle


Plenty to celebrate in Chicago Sinfonietta's Día de los Muertos concert

"The buttoned-down, predominantly white mass that so often frequents Symphony Center refracted into a rainbow of faces—young, old, black, white, brown, sneakered, bow-tied, and everyone in between."


November 5, 2015

the Sketch: arts, boo-riefly


October 29, 2015

Uncommon Interview: Famous violinist Joshua Bell prepares to take the podium

“I’ve played with some jazz musicians…. Even in classical music, you can capture a bit of that.”


October 26, 2015

Brahms-centric program leaves bland aftertaste

"Brahmsian motifs materialize from Glanert's sonic cloud and then retreat ..."


October 12, 2015

Maroon exclusive: In conversation with Riccardo Muti

“The next time you go to a concert and see a conductor who moves more than is necessary... you have to boo”


October 1, 2015

Chicago Symphony Orchestra violinist engineers triumphant comeback


August 31, 2015

Alison Dalton performing with Dr. Eugenia Cheng

Alison Dalton at her solo recital this summer, accompanied by Eugenia Cheng, a math lecturer at the University of Chicago.


Aug. 31, 2015

Beyond the Score’s “Ravel: a Portrait” a work of art


June 10, 2015

Faculty and administration relations from Hutchins to Zimmer

Lincoln believes relations have improved since the days of the Grossman, Friedman, and Confucius Institutes



June 2, 2015

Faculty and administration relations from Hutchins to Zimmer


June 1, 2015