BWW Blog: The Life of an MT Freshman

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Broadway World

Boston Conservatory at Berklee student Kate Kilka (B.F.A. '22, musical theater) guest blogs for Broadway World about the life of a musical theater freshman at the Conservatory.

Separating the 'Real Geniune' from the 'Unreal Artificial'

Thursday, November 1, 2018 Boston Globe

Conservatory faculty member Judith Eissenberg will perform Sofia Gubaidulina’s String Quartet No. 4 with the Lydian String Quartet. The piece features pre-recorded sounds, multicolored lights, and various extended techniques.

A Powerhouse 'Fun Home' at SpeakEasy

Monday, October 22, 2018 The Boston Globe

Conservatory alumna Ellie van Amerongen (B.F.A. '18, musical theater) shines in SpeakEasy Stage Company’s production of Fun Home, where she delivered a breathless performance of “Changing My Major” as an awkward, 19-year-old Alison Bechdel.

The Lion King's Newest Simba Roars Into the Broadway Classic

Monday, October 15, 2018 Out Magazine

Alumnus Bradley Gibson (B.F.A. '13, musical theater) is playing the role of Simba in the Broadway production of The Lion King, which is now offering special showings for children with autism and their families.

Antonina Styczen, 2018 National Auditions Winner

Monday, October 8, 2018 Astral Artists

Conservatory student Antonina Styczen (P.S.C. '18, A.D. '20, flute) is a winner of the 2018 Astral Artists National Auditions, a prestigious competition that has helped launch the careers of leading young artists through career development mentorship.

Kayley Hill Blind Audition: "Gold Dust Woman"

Monday, October 8, 2018 NBC

Alumna Kayley Hill (B.F.A. '12, musical theater) is a contestant on NBC's The Voice. Her rendition of Fleetwood Mac's "Gold Dust Woman" dazzled the judges during her blind audition.

Boston Memorial Honors Kip Tiernan, Founder of First Homeless Women's Shelter in the Country

Friday, October 5, 2018 WBUR

A public memorial in Boston’s Back Bay has been dedicated to social activist Kip Tiernan, who first came to Boston in 1947 to study at Boston Conservatory. Best known as the founder of the first women’s shelter in the United States, Rosie's Place, Tiernan was a fierce advocate who created countless organizations aiding the poor and disenfranchised.