Music enthusiast Giorgio Gambazzi '18 writes about the incredible progress made by the High School Music Program in recent years.
Several photography exhibitions will be on display in the Palmer Center, the Şahenk Fine Arts Center, and Villa de Nobili beginning the weekend of January 26–28.
High School Theater Director Valerie Carlson and Elementary and Middle School Theater Director Matthew Frazier-Smith have announced that this spring's musicals will be Annie Get Your Gun, Beauty and the Beast JR., and Cry Wolf.
On the evening of Monday, January 15, TASIS will host a return visit of six dancers from the Dance Troupe of Milan's La Scala Opera House.
Our YouTube page just topped one million views—with more than 350,000 coming in the past year alone! We've compiled a list of the ten videos that received the most views out of all those released in 2017.
The thousands of photographs on our SmugMug page have received more than 10 million total views in the past year alone! Have a look at the 10 galleries that have been viewed the most times since January 1.
Based simply on the number of likes from our followers, we have compiled a list of our 10 most-popular Instagram posts from the past year.
AP Art History student Gregory Alexander '18 examines the role 18th century Spanish painter and printmaker Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes played in "trashing art."
Jazz pianist Enrico Intra and classical pianist Carlo Balzaretti treated the junior class to a wonderful concert in the Palmer Center on the evening of November 30 as part of the TASIS Cultural Events Program.
Watch the incredible performance and enjoy student writer Ekaterina Plotnikova's interview with the dance company's founder, Ms. Julie Frazier-Smith.