Hannah Edgar

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


The Good Book makes good theater, conversation

"...The Good Book’s thesis is that the word of God is anything but dead: it is still very much a living, breathing text."


April 7, 2015

It takes a village: CSO's French festival hits on both the personal and the grand


March 18, 2015

The mountain that is Mahler

“...a symphony must be like the world; it must embrace everything...”


March 6, 2015

Shaham plays six unaccompanied sonatas Bach to Bach

"There were just as easily moments where the decision clicked and the faster tempi better landscaped the musical contours of the pieces"


March 3, 2015

Philharmonic shows true colors

"The secret lies in the Philharmonic’s sonic palette—one that isn’t afraid to let its colors run."


February 24, 2015

Chicago icon with plenty of UChicago connections passes away suddenly

Simply put, he was a Renaissance man, one whose myriad interests were represented by the varied personalities he invited onto “Critical Thinking.”


February 6, 2015

Bronfman’s versions of classical works are professional but lack creativity

"For all Bronfman’s polish and dynamism, something seemed to be missing"


January 23, 2015

Mutter and Virtuosi captivate

Group enthralls with Ringtone Variations


November 21, 2014

Queen of Scandal: The groundbreaking style of Regina Carter

"Her artistry is sensational in its lack of sensationalism."


October 28, 2014

Classical works De-Classified in USO's Halloween production

University Symphony Orchestra opens its season with popular Halloween show


October 24, 2014