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  • Aaron Goldberg

    Director of Athletic Bands; Big Band/Jazz Ensemble Conductor; Senior Lecturer in Music
    An accomplished educator, arranger, clinician and artist from Boston, Aaron Goldberg combines years of experience across the performing arts with a positive, upbeat, and engaging teaching style. At Boston University, Aaron directs the Marching Band, Pep Band, Jazz Ensemble (Big Band), and All-University Commencement Brass Choir. He teaches a Special Topics course in the Music […]
  • Aaron Sheehan

    Lecturer, Historical Performance - Voice
    Grammy Award-winning tenor Aaron Sheehan has quickly established himself as one of the leading American tenors of his generation. His voice is heard regularly in concert halls around the world, and he is equally comfortable in repertoire ranging from oratorio and chamber music to the opera stage. His singing has taken him to many festivals […]
  • Agnes Minkyung Kim

    Lecturer in Music, Chamber Music; Faculty Coach, String Quartet Workshop, BU Tanglewood Institute
    Cellist Agnes Kim, described as a “hair-raising performer” in The Boston Musical Intelligencer, has an active and versatile career as a chamber musician, a soloist, and an orchestral player. As a member of the highly respected Arneis Quartet, their recording of Elena Ruehr's String Quartet No. 8 "Insect Dances" in 2022 on Avie Records and […]
  • Aja M. Jackson

    Lecturer, Lighting; BULX Production Mentor
    Aja M. Jackson is a Boston-based lighting designer. Credits include A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet (off-Broadway, DR2), Hear Word! (American Repertory Theatre and Under The Radar Festival at the Public Theater NYC, Black Odyssey Boston (Central Square Theatre), Ragtime (Wheelock Family Theatre), We Are Proud to Present... (Brandeis University), Nat Turner in Jerusalem (Actor's […]
  • Aldo Abreu

    Lecturer, Historical Performance - Recorder
    Recordings on Arte Vision, Koch International. Abreu has toured throughout the US, Europe, New Zealand, Central America, and his native Venezuela. First-prize winner of the 1992 Concert Artists Guild New York competition, and laureate of the Concours Musica Antiqua (Belgium) and the Premio Flauto Dolce (Germany), Abreu has performed at the Ambassador Auditorium in Los […]
  • Alexander Jiménez

    Conductor, Young Artists Orchestra, BU Tanglewood Institute
    Dr. Alexander Jiménez serves as Professor of Conducting, Director of Orchestral Activities, and String Area Coordinator at The Florida State University College of Music. Dr. Jiménez has recorded on the Naxos, Navona, Neos, Canadian Broadcasting Ovation, and Mark labels. Deeply committed to music by living composers, Dr. Jiménez has enjoyed fruitful and long-term collaborations with […]
  • Alexandre Abdoulaev

    Lecturer, Musicology
    Alexandre Abdoulaev is a musicologist, conductor, arranger, and jazz and classical pianist. He earned his Ph. D. in Historical Musicology at Boston University (GRS’14), and holds a BM in piano performance and an MA in Musicology from the Catholic University of America (BTR’03, BTR’06). Alexandre is currently a Professor of Music at West Chester University, […]
  • Alison Trainer

    Assistant Professor of Music, Voice
    Internationally acclaimed coloratura soprano Alison Trainer is a gifted singing actress, who has garnered top prizes in major vocal competitions and performed with opera companies, symphony orchestras, and on recital stages across the United States and Europe. She continues to gain recognition for her vocal beauty, sensitive and intelligent musicianship, and compelling stage presence. Between […]
  • Allison Voth

    Associate Professor, Music; Principal Coach, Opera Institute
    Allison Voth is an associate professor of music at Boston University’s School of Music, and principal coach at Boston University’s Opera Institute. She is a well-known diction coach in Boston and New York and widely concertized with Lucine Amara of the Metropolitan Opera. She has worked as diction coach and/or répétiteur with such companies as […]
  • Amanda Fallon

    Lecturer, Lighting
    Amanda Fallon (they/she) is a theatre artist and educator with a deep love for new work and devising. She and her characteristically loud bouts of laughter have called parts of Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts home, but after the recent completion of her MFA in Lighting Design at Boston University has continued to enjoy […]
  • Amy Meyer

    Lecturer, Drama Lit
    Amy Meyer is a performer, director, historian, and teacher. In her research, she combines gender and movement theory with histories of theatre and circus to analyze performance and culture. Her particular areas of interest are risk and gender in acrobatic performance, transfeminist performance, and physical virtuosity in performance. She has taught courses in acting, movement, […]
  • André de Quadros

    Professor of Music, Music Education
    André de Quadros, music educator, conductor, ethnomusicologist, writer, and human rights activist has conducted and undertaken research in over forty countries. His professional work has taken him to the most diverse settings, spanning professional ensembles, and projects with prisons, peacebuilding and reconciliation, psychosocial rehabilitation, refugees and asylum-seekers, poverty locations, and victims of torture and trauma. Dr. […]
  • Andrew Goodrich

    Assistant Professor of Music, Music Education
    Believing in the autonomy of the individual, Andrew Goodrich explores the multi-faceted nature of peer mentoring in music education. Through his research, Goodrich contributes to an increased understanding of how music teachers can facilitate peer mentoring, and how students can contribute their voices to meaningful learning in the music classroom and ensemble rehearsal space. Recent […]
  • Andrew Price

    Lecturer in Music, Oboe
    Oboist Andrew Price has recently joined the faculty of Boston University School of Music as a Lecturer of oboe. He is principal oboist for the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra and regularly plays with the Boston Pops Orchestra and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He is also acting principal oboe for the Boston Lyric Opera. He is […]
  • Andrew Shenton

    Professor, Musicology and Ethnomusicology; James R. Houghton Scholar of Sacred Music (School of Theology)
    Andrew Shenton is a scholar, prize-winning author, performer, educator, consultant, cultural historian, and administrator based in Boston, Massachusetts. Born in England, his first professional music training was at The Royal College of Music in London, where he studied under a scholarship from The Royal College of Organists. While at the RCM he read for a […]
  • Andrew Smith

    Lecturer in Music, Composition and Music Theory
    Andrew Smith is active in Boston’s musical community as a composer, guitarist and educator. His music has been showcased at nationally recognized venues such as Carnegie Hall, Chicago’s Symphony Center, Hill Auditorium, and the Hawaii Theatre, and presented at various festivals including Boston University’s Tanglewood Institute, the University of Central Missouri’s New Music Festival, the […]
  • Andrius Žlabys

    Lecturer in Piano
    Grammy-nominated pianist Andrius Žlabys has received international acclaim for his appearances with many of the world’s leading orchestras, including The New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, Rotterdam Symphony, and Philharmonic Orchestra of Buenos Aires. He joined the Boston University keyboard faculty in Fall 2021. Born in Lithuania and trained at the Curtis Institute […]
  • Andy Wilson

    Administrative Coordinator
    Originally from south Louisiana, Andy holds a BFA from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in Visual Arts with a concentration in digital art and animation.  She is passionate about public and interactive art and considers it to be one of the most compelling forms of building relationships and engaging with local communities.  She is […]
  • Angela Gooch

    Lecturer, Pianist, Coach
    Angela Gooch joined the opera faculty in 2018 as pianist, coach, and music director of Opera Project. She also serves on the faculty at Boston Conservatory at Berklee and the Longy School of Music of Bard College. She has been honored by the NFAA and named in the Who’s Who Among American Teachers as one […]
  • Anna Carr

    Staff Pianist, Voice
    Dr. Anna Carr is currently working as a vocal coach, accompanist, soprano, conductor, and teacher in the Boston area. Currently a staff accompanist at Boston University and director of the Boston University Choral Society, she has also accompanied the Handel and Haydn Society’s Young Men’s Chorus, and has been a vocal soloist at the First […]