Please note that this calendar is a listing of NEC Events involving the Preparatory School. For NEC's full event listing, please click here.

To view the full Prep Academic Calendar, click here.

2017-2018 Events

Student Performances

Sunday, November 5
YS Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Thursday, November 16
YPO and Lexington High School Concert, 8:00 PM in Jordan Hall

Saturday, November 18
Suzuki Recital, 10 AM in Brown Hall

Saturday, December 2
Children's Choruses Concert, 4:00 PM in Jordan Hall

Tuesday, December 12
Jr MYWE and MYWE CB Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Friday, December 15
YJO Swing Dance, 7 PM in Brown Hall

Saturday, December 16
Jazz Recitals
Piano Seminar Recital
Winter Festival (STO, PSO, SRO, JRO, YRO, SCO) 12 PM in Jordan Hall

Monday, December 18
Sr MYWE Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Tuesday, December 19
Youth Brass Ensemble, Trombone Choir, Cello Choir Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Saturday, January 6
Jazz Recitals

Saturday, January 13
Jazz Recitals

Sunday, January 21
Baroque Ensembles Concert, 11:30 AM in Williams Hall

Sunday, January 28
Chamber Music Festival, 9 AM-5 PM in Pierce Hall, Williams Hall, Brown Hall & Keller Room
YPO Concerto Concert, 8 PM in Jordan Hall

Friday, February 2 – Sunday, February 4
Contemporary Music Festival

Tuesday, February 6
SCO Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Tuesday, March 6
YRO and Youth Chorale Concert, 8:00 PM in Jordan Hall

Sunday, April 29
YPO Concert, 8:00 PM in Jordan Hall

Sunday, May 6
Sr MYWE Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Wednesday, May 9
YJO Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Wednesday, May 16
YS Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Thursday, May 17
SCO/JRO Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Saturday, May 19
Piano Seminar Recital; Jazz Recitals

Monday, May 21
YBE and MYWE Concert Band Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Tuesday, May 23
Trombone Choir and Jr MYWE Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Wednesday, May 24
28th Annual Composer's Celebration Concert, Jordan Hall

Saturday, May 26
Chamber Music Festival
Baroque Ensembles Concert

Thursday, May 31
Cello Choir and Youth Choruses Concert, 7:30 PM in Jordan Hall

Monday, June 4
Chamber Gala Concert, 7:00 PM in Jordan Hall

Friday, June 8
Sr MYWE Tour Send-Off Concert, 8:00 PM in Jordan Hall

Saturday, June 9
Spring Festival: STO, PSO, SRO, YRO Concert in Jordan Hall

Monday, June 11
Piano Tour Send-Off Concert, 7:30 PM Jordan Hall

Faculty Performances

Coming soon!

Masterclasses/Seminars

Recent guests have included cellists Laurence Lesser, Ralph Kirshbaum, Leslie Parnas, Colin Carr, and Orlando Cole; pianists Gilbert Kalish, Bruce Brubaker, Jerome Lowenthal, and Andras Schiff; singers Kathleen Kaun and Robert Honeysucker; violinists Eric Rosenblith and Zakhar Bron; violist Jeffrey Irvine; oboists Washington Barella and Wayne Rapier; flutists Sheryl Cohen and Keith Underwood; trumpeter Roger Voisin; trombonist Toby Oft; and bassists Gary Karr, John Clayton, and Paul Ellison.

NEC Masterclasses and Seminars

Jordan Hall

NEC is the only school of music to be designated a National Historic Landmark. One of Boston’s most celebrated concert halls, NEC’s historic Jordan Hall is considered to have one of the best acoustics in the world, with many of the world’s leading artists performing here regularly. Most of the large ensembles within the Preparatory School have the opportunity to perform in this inspiring venue. Every year nearly 600 NEC performances, most of which are free, take place in the Conservatory’s own concert halls and throughout Boston.

Concert Recordings

Many concerts by Preparatory School performing organizations are recorded. These recordings are available for class work and private listening and represent a major resource in all musical periods and styles. NEC reserves the right to use these recordings to promote the school and raise money for the scholarship fund. All students who participate in Conservatory performances and recordings release New England Conservatory from any obligation, financial or otherwise.

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