Matt Siffert

Class of 2009

Articles

  • Underground jazz

    Once called ?devil?s music,? jazz has now become a widely accepted form of music around the world. In fact, Carnegie Mellon students have the good fortune of Pittsburgh?s being a nurturing home to jazz musicians. In the past two weeks, Carnegie Mellon students were treated to two fabulous jazz concerts at the Underground.

    Pillbox | October 10, 2005
  • Calendar

    Monday, October 3

    Jeff Miller & Anna Vogelzang. Starbucks Coffee shop. 2345 Murray Avenue, Squirrel Hill. 8 pm. Free.

    Tuesday, October 4

    Russell Scharf, trumpet. Junior Recital. Alumni Concert Hall. 8 pm.

    Pillbox | October 3, 2005
  • Remedy comes to Rangos

    ?I represent real hip-hop,? a short, bulky white man said, dressed in grey sweats and a Kangol cap. In a music industry where image is everything and labels all too often define popular artists, Remedy ? a white Jewish rapper from Staten Island, New York ? stormed Rangos Ballroom Saturday night with hopes of breaking down stereotypes that plague not only the music business, but many aspects of mod...

    Pillbox | October 3, 2005
  • The Redwalls release De Nova

    Looking for "the next big thing" in rock 'n' roll? Look no further, because Capitol Records has found it.

    Pillbox | September 26, 2005

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