Thu, September 30
NEC alumnus Fran Vielma ’16 MM is a critically acclaimed and award-winning multi-percussionist, composer, and educator. He moved from Venezuela to the United States in 2010 and immersed himself in the study of world music. His versatility in different genres of music—from Caribbean to Afro-Venezuelan to jazz—has led to his involvement in a number of projects, tours, and festivals around the world.
Wed, September 29
Chou is one of 25 Greater Boston artists of color who are transforming the cultural landscape and stand out for the work they are making.
Mon, September 20
The trio—comprised of violinist Brigid Coleridge '20 GD, cellist Julia Yang '14 MM, '20 GD, and pianist Lee Dionne '20 GD—will receive $15,000 and a fully subsidized recital in New York City, including the world premiere of a newly-commissioned work.
Mon, September 13
Cagan offered inspiring, poignant, and timely words to the NEC community during NEC's 2021 Convocation last Thursday morning—the first in-person Convocation held in Jordan Hall since September 2019.
Sat, September 4
Cogan, a music theorist, composer, and educator, was a member of NEC's Composition and Music Theory faculty for nearly 60 years—including many years as Chair of Graduate Music Theory—and his legacy will continue for many years to come.