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Space Exploration

How identities and the politics of visibility impact the physical and conscious state. by Daniella Weiss (COM ’19) Occupancies, an exhibition exploring how individual and collective bodies create, negotiate, and inhabit space, runs through March 26 at the Boston University Art Galleries (BUAG), headed by Artistic Director Lynne Cooney and Managing Director Josh Buckno. The […]


For the Love of Trombone

Don Lucas + a global following. by Anna Whitelaw (COM ’19) What does it mean to be musical? For some people, musical expression is something they can’t quite describe. For Don Lucas, Chair of the Department of Brass, Winds & Percussion, music builds a foundation by projecting an instrument’s style in the direction of a […]


The Language of Movement

On the stage (and in the classroom), Yo-El Cassell approaches accessibility through movement. by Denae Wilkins (COM’18) Dancer, choreographer, and educator Yo-El Cassell first discovered the power of movement at the age of three; partially deaf, expression through movement opened a new world of communication for the toddler. He has since dedicated his life to […]


CFA Presents Spectral Music Festival

Boston University College of Fine Arts Presents Spectral Music Festival  BU Center for New Music conducts 10-day music festival showcasing early works by Grisey and Murail and recent works by Leroux and GF Haas — April 4 Boston, MA— The Center for New Music at College of Fine Arts at Boston University presents 10-day festival […]

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Dr. Jens Dufner Presentation

Dr. Jens Dufner, Research Scholar at the Beethoven-Haus Bonn, will discuss the creation of the new works-catalogue and the new complete edition of Beethoven’s works. This event is free and open to the public on April 6th at 12:30pm in room 165.

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Boston University Symphony Orchestra and Chorus at Symphony Hall

Boston University College of Fine Arts presents Boston University Symphony Orchestra & Symphonic Chorus Conductor Emily Freeman Brown leads BU Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in a concert featuring Joseph Haydn’s The Creation —Tuesday, April 4th at Symphony Hall Boston, MA – Boston University College of Fine Arts presents Boston University Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Chorus […]

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A Renaissance and Baroque Trombone and Trumpet Festival

At Marsh Chapel (735 Commonwealth Avenue) on April 8th at 2:30 p.m., come join Boston University College of Fine Arts celebrate the musicality of brass instruments. This is a unique concert featuring original Renaissance and Baroque music for brass. Performed in a chapel reminding one of the setting in St. Mark’s Cathedral in Venice, Italy, […]

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BU Named “International Powerhouse” by Times Higher Ed

This article was originally published on BU Today. Boston University has been named by Times Higher Education (THE) to a list of 53 “international powerhouse” institutions, schools that have the best chance of  being grouped alongside—or even ahead of—THE’s most elite global “old stars,” a group that includes the University of Oxford, Stanford, Harvard, Yale, […]

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Creating Culture, Making Change: The Role of Entertainment in Global Health

On Tuesday, March 28th at 4:30 p.m. on the Medical Campus, BU School of Public Health presents a discussion on the intersection of entertainment and health with “Creating Culture, Making Change: The Role of Entertainment in Global Health.” Health is produced by the cultural, social, and economic forces around us. As a key driver of culture, the […]

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Exclusive “MTV Shuga: Down South” Screening

On Tuesday, March 28, at 12:00 pm on the Charles River Campus, BUSPH will be screening the new season of MTV Shuga: Down South. Pioneered in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2009, MTV Shuga is a long-running drama series and multimedia campaign that follows the lives of young people on the African continent. Aired on MTV channels around the world, […]

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