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    As far as boundaries are concerned, I'm always looking for new ones.
    Hankus NetskyChair, Contemporary Improvisation
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    A New Year’s Greeting from President Andrea Kalyn

    Happy New Year! I am delighted and honoured to be here in Boston at last, and most especially, to be part of the NEC community. I very much look forward to meeting you in the coming year, both on

    12 Days of NEC

    Starting on December 13, we took a look back at some of the greatest moments from NEC in 2018 in #12DaysofNEC . We showcased performances and other moments from students and recent alumni representing

    Peter Row Memorial Concert

    On September 20, 2018, the NEC community honored Peter Row, a beloved NEC faculty member and former dean and provost who made significant impact during his decades at the Conservatory. An ethnomusicologist and sitar virtuoso, Peter also taught classes in a number of departments, include Music History, Music Theory, Contemporary Improvisation, and Liberal Arts. He passed away on April 2, 2018.

    New England Conservatory Names Andrea Kalyn as New President

    New England Conservatory of Music announced today that Andrea Kalyn has been named as its 17th President.

    Tanya Kalmanovitch: How Quitting Music Made Me An Artist

    "Much of what I now teach about art-making comes from my experiences between the ages of 22 and 30, when things fell apart." — Tanya Kalmanovitch, Contemporary Improvisation and Entrepreneurial Musicianship faculty

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