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News from NEC alumni, students, and faculty members including The Merz Trio, Nan Yi, Michael Mayo, Marvin Gilmore, Emma Gies, Satoko Fujii, and others.
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We are delighted to announce the appointment of Monique Van Willingh as NEC's Director of Cultural Equity and Belonging. A musician, educator, and advocate for social justice, Monique brings great passion, deep experience, and a collaborative spirit to this position.
Susan Clickner
Susan Clickner was a beloved member of NEC's faculty, teaching classical voice here for more than 30 years and serving as head of the voice department for much of the 1990s.
Lina Gonzalez-Granados ’14 MM has been honored with a 2021 Sphinx Medal of Excellence.
Tristan Rais-Sherman raises his baton while conducting the Philharmonia. He is wearing a mask and the empty seats of Jordan Hall are behind him.
Tristan Rais-Sherman '21 AD shares reflections from his past two performances conducting the NEC Philharmonia during this semester.
Astghik Martirosyan and Sameer Apte perform in Jordan Hall
How do you rehearse and perform choral music in a pandemic? Last fall, graduate conductors Joseph Nizich '21 MM and Jennie Segal '21 MM led the NEC Concert Choir in a performance that combined both in-person and remote ensembles titled, "Great Music for a Great (Virtual) Space."
Benjamin Sosland - headshot
As NEC's chief academic and artistic officer he will oversee all aspects of the school’s programs in the College, Preparatory School, and School of Continuing Education.
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This fall, we return to a primarily in-person experience, revitalizing the vibrancy and vitality of campus life as we reconnect in our physical spaces. Learn more about how we are: approaching campus life, live performances, tuition and fees, welcoming international students, and more.
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A message from President Andrea Kalyn to the NEC community in response to yesterday's attacks in Georgia against members of the Asian community.
Sarah Jarosz is pictured against a dark background. She is wearing black and looking to the side.
Contemporary Improvisation alumna Sarah Jarosz '13 has won the 2021 Grammy Award for Best Americana Album for her record "World on the Ground."