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Dead men do tell tales — in Russian

Wednesday, March 21, 2018 The Boston Globe

Theater faculty member Igor Golyak discusses his play A Dead Man’s Diary, an adaptation of an unfinished work by Russian writer Mikhail Bulgakov.

Live: Tenor, Tomlinson, on Upcoming 'Tomorrow’s Stars Today' Concert

Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Go Local Prov

Felix Aguilar Tomlinson (B.M. '20, voice) discussed his recent win at the annual Collegiate Vocal Competition and his performance with the Rhode Island Civic Chorale & Orchestra featuring the four winners including Hagar Adam (B.M. '19, voice).

Doura, Puccini, & Prokofiev

Sunday, March 4, 2018 Boston Civic Symphony

Boston Civic Symphony’s Doura, Puccini, & Prokfiev program featured a world premiere by composition alumnus Daniel Doura (B.M. '82) conducted by Berklee College of Music faculty member Francisco Noya, and a selection of arias from La Bohème sung by voice alumna Gabriella Reyes de Ramírez (B.M. '16).

How Kate Ladenheim's New Video Series Tackles Women's Internalized Misogyny

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 Dance Magazine

Dance Magazine describes alumna Kate Ladenheim's (B.F.A. '11, dance) five-part dance series Glass as a "nuanced examination of contemporary feminism." Ladenheim is the artistic director of the People Movers, a dance collaborative interested in creating socially conscious works, and is one of Dance Magazine's "25 to Watch."

 

A Troupe of Nashville Youth Tackle Slavery and Racism Through the Art of Ballet

Friday, February 16, 2018 Nashville Public Radio

Dance alumnus Gerald Watson (B.F.A. '12) is director of Saam Psalms: Together Songs, a dance production that takes on the history of American slavery and racism, at Nashville’s Rejoice School of Ballet, a multiracial youth ballet company whose mission is to make ballet accessible to all.

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