Today’s faculty at the Conservatory is stronger than ever, sought after by promising students who are looking for a master teacher to guide them through the intensive, one-on-one studio work that forms a major part of their development. These exceptional artist/teachers guide the student in developing a personal interpretation of the music. They assist with the emotional challenges of performing before the public. They advise on how to build the arc of a career. In many cases they become lifelong musical collaborators.

 

The addition of major faculty, particularly in strings, piano, and jazz, has brought a fivefold increase in applications for admission in recent years—and a dramatic rise in the quality of students who enroll. NEC’s future growth depends on maintaining its world-class teachers, through endowed chairs, research, and professional development opportunities.

 

To discuss current levels for establishing an endowed fund, or determine the best fit between your interest and faculty needs, please e-mail Don Jones or call 617-585-1154.

 

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Photo by Andrew Hurlbut

 

2011-12-09


IF YOU HAVE TO ASK WHAT JAZZ IS, YOU'LL NEVER KNOW. LOUIS ARMSTRONG