Flashback to the sunset harbor cruise 2014. This year the cruise is happening on Friday September 4th, such a beautiful way to meet Boston!
“What Will it Be For Me” with Karen Holvik and Steven Blier
It’s not even 10am and our crews are working
wonders. Scraping plaster on the Res. Hall, craning things from the roof
of St. Botolph, and painting the floor outside the library.
Henri Dutilleux: Ainsi La Nuit
Two notes to bring to your attention regarding tomorrow, August 20, 2015:
* A crane will be located on St. Botolph Street from approximately 7 am to 11 am and may have an impact on traffic. Please proceed with caution.
*Water service to the St. Botolph building will be suspended from approximately 6 am to noon. Individuals will need to use the Jordan Hall restrooms and drinking water during that time. Our apologies for this inconvenience.
As always, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Mike Ryan (617-585-1187) or Karen Kidd (617-585-1181).
Brahms Symphony No. 3
Congrats and welcome back to New England!
Hey Incoming students! Just a reminder that you need to submit a photo for your penguin pass id to pictureid necmusic .edu.
Be sure to include your full legal name and student number. It should
be a recent (within 6 months) pic of you against a plain—preferably
white—background. When you get to campus you can pick up your Penguin
Pass in the Building Ops office on the 2nd floor of 295 Huntington
Avenue, between 8am and 4pm, Monday-Friday.
Dahl: Sonfonietta - II pastoral nocturne with US Marine Band
Vaughan Williams: Phantasy Quintet
Nino Rota: Concerto for Strings
Haydn: Missa in Angustiis
Fred Hersch Trio: You and the Night and the Music
Grieg: Piano Concerto with Arthur Rubenstein
Kenny Barron / Dave Holland Duo - Kenny Barron / Dave Holland Duo, Brecon Jazz Festival, 07/08/2015. | Review | The Jazz Mann
In the superb acoustic environment of Brecon’s Theatr Brycheiniog Barron
and Holland produced a veritable masterclass in the art of duo playing,
their rapport relaxed, intelligent, intimate and conversational with no
one musician dominating and with the spirit of true musical dialogue at
the heart of the performances.
Music was my refuge.
Nielsen: Wind Quintet