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Sept. 23, 2022 6:25 p.m.
Album review: 5 Seconds of Summer explores themes of growth in new album ‘5SOS5’

Four red and blue exuberant figures make up the cover for 5 Seconds of Summer’s fifth studio album. The pop-rock group released “5SOS5” Friday. (Courtesy of BMG Rights Management)

5 Seconds of Summer’s latest album is putting listeners through an emotional blender.
Two years since their last album release, 5 Seconds of Summer have returned with their fifth studio album “5SOS5.” Composed of members Luke Hemmings, Calum Hood, Michael Clifford and Ashton Irwin, the Australian pop-rock band celebrated their 10-year anniversary in December 2021.

By Jessica Gonzalez


Sept. 23, 2022 3:43 p.m.
Antonio Lysy brings Bach to the future in sculpture garden performance

Antonio Lysy is translating Bach’s musical phrases to unconventional stages.
On Sept. 23 in the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden, the cello professor and string area chair will perform Johann Sebastian Bach’s six cello suites inside artist Richard Serra’s sculpture, “Torqued Ellipse,” in an event titled “Bach In the Serra.” Lysy said the main inspiration for playing the suites, an ordered set of classical works, in “Torqued Ellipse” was to experiment with the unique acoustics in the enclosed space the sculpture offers.

By Kevin Lin

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