La Plata native and Boston Conservatory cellist Nathaniel Taylor (B.M. '15, G.P.D. '17, cello) wins the school's annual concerto competition to perform as the soloist on Elgar's Cello Concerto with the Boston Conservatory Orchestra. Taylor is the first cellist to win this prestigious competition in a decade.
EDGE Media Network interviews theater alumnus De'Lon Grant (M.F.A. '09, musical theater) about his star-worthy role in the play The Scottsboro Boys, which critics praised as an "extraordinary dramatic presence" and "the heart of the show."
Theater alumnus and Broadway star Josh Grisetti (B.F.A. '04, musical theater) talks about his role in Something Rotten, a new musical comedy by brothers Karey and Wayne Kirkpatrick and John O'Farrell about two playwrights stuck in the shadow of Renaissance rock star Will Shakespeare.
Composer Jonathan Bailey Holland, chair of composition at Boston Conservatory at Berklee, reflects on violence against African Americans through his new compositions and shares his hopes for the future.
Berklee College of Music and Emerson College hosted two public events for political activist Angela Y. Davis, including a concert in her honor featuring students from Boston Conservatory, Berklee, and Emerson College.