Aragon’s Music Department will be touring Italy from June 8 to June 17. Students will take a week-long tour around various Italian cities, performing their music while also embracing Italy’s culture.
You probably have heard the name: it seems to be everywhere — on t-shirts, baseball caps and at award shows. And if you haven’t, you should. Chancellor Johnathan Bennett, more famously known as “Chance the Rapper,” only seems to be growing in fame. While his upbeat, distinctive sound may be responsible for his increasing popularity, there is another reason he has garnered people’s attention: he is challenging — and changing…
Aragon music’s String Fling and Band Bash occurred on March 29 and 30 in the Aragon Theater.
The Chainsmokers’ debut album “Memories… Do Not Open” may be a hit with a crowd, but falls flat musically and lyrically.
Junior Marley Collins released her first EP on Feb. 21. Check out her inspiration and process behind the music!
Aragon Band Director Troy Davis and Spanish Teacher and Co-instructional Technology Coordinator Nicole Elenz-Martin recently received education awards.
Underground band “the xx” enters the mainstream limelight as they release their third album, “I See You.”
FX show “Atlanta” debuts fall of 2016 and follows a duo of up-and-coming rappers in a hectic, urban scene.
Princeton’s all-male a cappella group made the cross-country journey to perform for Aragon’s choir groups and bands.
Aragon’s music department welcomed guest performers from the San Francisco Wind Ensemble for their first concert on Aug. 27, and guest cellist Dr. Jeremy Crosmer from Aug. 31 to Sept. 2, who helped teach String and Advanced Orchestra classes.