We are thrilled to announce that a number of students and alums from the School of Music, Opera Institute, and Boston University Tanglewood Institute have completed their first round of virtual auditions for The Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.
BU Opera Institute produces a tribute honoring opera lover, late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
From being a finalist on America’s Got Talent as part of Sons of Serendip to performing at the GRAMMYs, cellist & composer Kendall Ramseur (CFA’12) reminds us to step away from our work in order to find the beauty.
CFA Dean Young on the Mellon Foundation’s Monuments Project: an ambitious and much-needed commitment to a more holistic understanding of our shared history.
CFA alums Fay Wolf and Michael Medico discuss getting into the world of television directing..and keeping your foot in the door.
CFA senior lecturer in art Jill Grimes reflects on the challenges and opportunities of teaching a hands-on course like painting to both in-person and remote students.
The first exhibition in the renovated BU Art Galleries celebrates the work of the emerging artists from the MFA Painting class of 2020, and is available to see in a virtual tour.
The 2020 CFA ArtPops series brings collaborative and spontaneous art-making to the socially-distanced sidewalks of Comm Ave.
World-renowned composer-performer Ken Amis (Lecturer in Music, Tuba) reflects on his career journey of performing, teaching, and writing.
CFA Dean Harvey Young hosted a chat with CFA alums Uzo Aduba (CFA’05), Alfre Woodard (CFA’74, Hon.’74), and Russell Hornsby (CFA’96) as part of BU Alumni Weekend 2020 Reimagined.