Borromeo String Quartet
Jeremy Eichler of the Boston Globe previews the Borromeo String Quartet, NEC’s faculty quartet-in-residence, in their six-part series in which the Quartet will play from the wider range of expressive markings Beethoven included in his handwritten manuscripts, in new editions prepared by violinist Nicholas Kitchen.
Matthew Shifrin on a rock climbing wall. CBS This Morning logo in the lower right.
Contemporary Improvisation student Matthew Shifrin ’21 is innovating with Lego to make rock climbing accessible for visually impaired climbers.
Florence Price
As Black History Month comes to a close, we celebrate Black alumni from the earliest years of the Conservatory. Members of the Black Student Union worked with NEC archivists Maryalice Perrin-Mohr and Cody Forrest to research Black history and artistry from the early years of NEC.
The outline of a violin, against a purple and rose background with a constellation pattern.
A Lunar New Year Chinese Lantern
NEC's Asian Students Association hosted an NEC Lunar New Year celebration, complete with bubble tea, calligraphy, and a lion dance.
Poster for Dr. Mabuse: Der Spieler. On the left is a dark silhouette of a face. On the right, a green background and a figure wrapped in a black cloak.
Black Student Union leaders Naledi Masilo, Paul Mardy, Robyn Smith, and Evan Wright
“The goal is to represent the widespread art forms of the African diaspora,” reports the Bay State Banner.
Jordan Bak, Gabriel Martins, Aaron Olguin smile while holding their trophies for the 2020 Sphinx Competition
NEC strings soloists Gabriel Martins ’21 MM and Jordan Bak ’16 won First and Third Prizes in the Sphinx Competition's Senior Division.
Cheyanna Duran
Third year oboist Cheyanna Duran discusses a recent panel on Music & Gender hosted by SAGE (Students Advocating for Gender Equality).