A video "play" button overlaid on a picture of Robert Bui, with his name printed underneath and the N-E-C logo
Robert Bui ’21 won this year's Orchestra Composition Competition with a piece inspired by family history and opposition to censorship and violence.
Jazz musician Jamie Saft looks at the camera. He wears a long beard, sunglasses, and a white T-shirt.
Jamie Saft ’94, an alumnus of the Tufts/NEC dual degree program, discusses his wide-ranging musical influences and the diversity of his NEC education.
L-R: competition director Simon Pickel, competitors Joshua Brown, Karisa Chiu and Kaoru Oe, and competition artistic director Linus Roth.
Brown studies with Donald Weilerstein and joins a legacy of previous NEC first prize winners.
Four people hold up a giant check made out to Teach to Learn
 Derek Beckvold ’09 and Robert Jordon ’09 launched an online global music mentorship program with MIT student Mark Adams.
Donald Weilerstein holds his bow over his violin and smiles while teaching a student
The Strad explores NEC violin faculty Donald Weilerstein's unique teaching methods in a profile of innovative string educators.
Robyn Smith plays trombone
Boston Bridge to Equity and Achievement in Music (BEAM) is a region‐wide collective for supporting and sustaining musical excellence among young musicians of underrepresented populations who aspire to careers in the classical music professions.
Artist rendering of Concert for One, which shows shipping containers where musicians can perform and people can listen
The Boston Globe previews “Concert for One,” the idea of EM Grant winner Rayna Yun Chou ’15, ’17 MM and presented by Celebrity Series.
Performers take a bow in Jordan Hall while the audience stands and applauds
Jazz50 celebration features concerts in Boston and NYC with distinguished faculty, alumni, and students performing.
Sean Gallagher faculty profile
Gallagher is the first musician or music historian to be elected to the Society in its 52-year history.
Michael Sarra and Elizabeth Dionne