Alumni & Engagement

Jaewon Wee Violin
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News from NEC students, alumni, and faculty members including Jaewon Wee, Alexander Hersh, Thomas Wilkins, Matthew Duveneck, Ashleigh Gordon, Kati Agócs and James Sommerville, Tristan Rais-Sherman, Ran Blake, Michael Rau, and Morgan Short, plus other recent news and wins. 
Andreia Pinto Correia
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News from NEC students, alumni, and faculty members including Andreia Pinto Correa, Billy Hart, Jenny Ahn, Jonathan Swensen, Geneva Lewis, Zlatomir Fung, Olivia Wilkins-Becker, Anthony Coleman, Katherine Balch, and Roberto Poli, plus other recent wins. 
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NEC: Keller Room
Join Hankus Netsky for a pre-concert talk into the life and work of singer, composer, activist, and actress Abbey Lincoln – her pivotal role in changing the image of the "jazz" singer – and becoming the face of America's music through her own introspective songs on life, love, spirit, and humanity.
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The two NEC alumni will join soprano Hera Hyesang Park in an exciting program welcoming the Year of the Tiger. 
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The NEC community is deeply saddened by the passing of John Moriarty ‘52, ‘92 Hon. DM on January 5, 2022 at the age of 91.
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News from NEC alumni, students, and faculty members including Eden MacAdam-Somer, Sung Ho Yoo, Nima Janmohammadi, Lina González-Granado, Ellen Exner, Dominique Eade, Fred Hersch, and Aoife O’Donovan.
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Founder and Artistic Director of Festival for Creative Pianists, Arthur Houle shares his passion for creating a program dedicated to fostering well-rounded musicianship that encourages creativity, originality, and risk-taking, departing from the ever prevalent "winner-take-all" approach in piano festivals and competitions.
Emily Eng
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Founder & Executive Director of Lift Music Fund, Emily Eng shares about the importance of equity in music.
Ashleigh Gordon
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Artistic/Executive Director & Violist of Castle of our Skins, Ashleigh Gordon shares how Castle of our Skins counters an imbalanced narrative of what is seen as artistically excellent, and uplifts 500 years worth of Black artistic excellence in Classical music and the arts.