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John Kruse
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NEC: Williams Hall

Principal clarinetist of the Royal Danish Orchestra conducts a masterclass with NEC clarinet students.

John Kruse began his studies at the Carl Nielsen Academy of Music in 1980 with solo...

J.J. Penna accompanies a singer in concert
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NEC faculty members Tanya Blaich and Cameron Stowe present NEC graduate and undergraduate students from the departments of collaborative piano and voice in an evening of song.

The Liederabend...

Close-up of bassoon keys
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Welcome to Winds on Wednesdays, a musical tapas of winds, brass, and percussion. This 5-week series features short digital mini-concerts, each just 20-30 minutes in length, in celebration of the bold...

A chorister sings with a boisterous smile on his face.
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NEC Chorus
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The NEC Chamber Singers share a program of non-idiomatic choral works by Black composers, spanning from the Renaissance to the 21st century, from as far away as Brazil and Germany, and as close to...

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Welcome to Winds on Wednesdays, a musical tapas of winds, brass, and percussion. This 5-week series features short digital mini-concerts, each just 20-30 minutes in length, in celebration of the bold...

Yi Mei videos herself in the mirror of her room, with snow falling through the window behind her. The text on the screen says "A day in my life at NEC: Snow Day Edition"
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Cellist Yi-Mei Templeman shares a 30-second peek into a day in her life at NEC, and shares her thoughts on studying on campus, pandemic pods, and pancakes.
Backlit photo of a violinist practicing.
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The NEC Chamber Music Department presents the fruit of the semester's work in a free recital.

Led by NEC faculty Vivian Hornik Weilerstein, student pairs perform individual movements of sonatas...

Rebecca and Michael Leonard
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NEC Prep and College alumna Rebecca (Breer) Leonard '87 shares how her family's music store has evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic. After being shut down for two months, Rebecca and her husband are finding creative ways to help young beginners learn a new instrument remotely, as well as provide employment opportunities for local musicians.
A large statue, approximately 20 feet high, with two scroll shapes like those at the end of a string instrument. The statue is metal, three-dimensional, and lit up from within. It stands at the corner of Gainsborough and St. Botolph streets. In this photo, a man stands at the foot of the statue looking up at it. He is wearing a face mask.
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News about NEC students, alumni, and faculty members including Margaret Deutsch, Jenny Herzog, Vi Austenfeld, Theodora Nestorova, Kirsten Lamb, Abigale Reisman, Jason Palmer, Jerry Bergonzi, and more.