Alumni News

Three Boston Conservatory Students Take the Stage in Mariah Carey's Christmas Concert

December 20, 2019 Annette Fantasia

This time of year, scores of Boston Conservatory at Berklee students, alumni, and faculty light up stages with their artistry, bringing seasonal joy to audiences across the country. On December 13 at the Boch Center Wang Theatre, three Conservatory students did just that—this time, alongside a certain pop superstar whose voice has become practically synonymous with Christmas: Mariah Carey.

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Boston Conservatory Awards 2019 Entrepreneurial Grants to Three Innovative Alumni

December 16, 2019 Padriac Farma

Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s Alumni Entrepreneurial Grant Program (EGP) empowers alumni to explore and develop their unique programmatic ideas in the arts. Established in 2013, the EGP has awarded nearly $20,000 to date, seeding ideas that have become fledgling theater companies, vital community programs, cutting-edge contemporary dance presentations, and more.

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A Conservatory ensemble performs in Old South Church

Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble and Choruses Explore the Great Beyond through Contemporary and Traditional Works

December 09, 2019 Madison Spahn

As if composing a large-scale choral and orchestral work wasn’t already an incredible feat, composer and Berklee College of Music alumna Susan Botti B.M. '86 takes things a step further by sharing the stage with musicians performing her work. As the accomplished composer and soprano explained to Berklee Today, “I'm putting myself on the line just as the players in the orchestra are. When I'm a part of it with everyone else, something powerful happens with the musicians.”

Professor of Dance Kurt Douglas leads a student rehearsal.

Faculty Member Kurt Douglas Pays Homage to Dance Forebears in Limón Reconstruction

April 09, 2019 Madison Spahn

Each spring, the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Dance Division teams up with award-winning guest choreographers to stage world premieres and masterwork reconstructions in the school’s annual spring dance concert, Limitless. This year, alongside five other works, Associate Professor of Dance Kurt Douglas shares a treasured piece of dance history with his students—a reconstruction of José Limón’s A Choreographic Offering, originally performed by the Limón Dance Company in 1964.

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