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  • Caroline Pliszka

    Instrumental Core Faculty, BU Tanglewood Institute
    Caroline Pliszka, violin, has been a regular substitute player with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops Orchestra since 2002. Ms. Pliszka has been a member of the Boston University Tanglewood Institute violin faculty since 2010. Ms. Pliszka holds a Master of Music from the New England Conservatory and a Bachelor of Music from Rice University’s Shepherd School […]
  • Cassandra Court

    Administrative Coordinator, School of Music
    Cassie Court joined the staff at Boston University in 2019, shortly after completing a master’s degree in trombone performance.
  • Catherine Liddell

    Lecturer, Historical Performance - Lute and Theorbo
    Known and sought after for her skill, sensitivity and experience as a continuo player, Ms. Catherine Liddell has performed with many of America’s leading period instrument ensembles, including Boston Baroque, the Handel & Haydn Society, Apollo's Fire (Cleveland), Tafelmusik (Toronto), Seattle Baroque Orchestra, and in the Aston Magna and the Boston Early Music Festivals. Performances […]
  • Cathy G. Johnson

    Lecturer in Art, Visual Narrative
    Cathy G. Johnson is an artist based in Providence, Rhode Island, situated on Wampanoag and Narragansett land. She engages in creating comics, prints, paintings, drawings, and zines. Johnson's artistic focus revolves around the intricate realms of young individuals, delving into both the challenges and moments of happiness during adolescence. Her creative expression often incorporates themes […]
  • Celia Llácer

    Conductor, Young Artists Orchestra, 2023
    Celia Llácer started studying Orchestral Conducting with maestro Borja and next year she will be studying Master’s conducting at the Zurich University of the Arts with Professor Johannes Schlaefli and Professor Christoph-Mathias Mueller. Throughout her career, she has received masterclasses from Emmanuel Villaume, Karel Mark Chichon, James Lowe and Professor Nicolas Pasquet. With the start […]
  • Christine Hamel

    Assistant Professor of Voice & Speech and Acting
    Christine Hamel (she/her/hers) is an actor, voice and text specialist, director, and scholar. Her areas of research interest include the social, political, and ethical aspects of voice, listening, and breath; intersectional feminist approaches to canonical texts and performance practices; solo performance development; and psychophysical, imagination-centered approaches to actor training. She is co-author with philosopher Ann […]
  • Christopher Dempsey

    Director of Production and Performance; School of Music
    Christopher Dempsey is the Director of Production and Performance for Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Music.
  • Christopher Edwards

    Senior Lecturer, Theatre
    Christopher Edwards has worked as a freelance director, actor, fight choreographer, and educator for the past twenty-five years and is currently the Artistic Director of the award-winning Actors’ Shakespeare Project in Boston. With an eye towards heightened text that enlightens our shared human existence, he has made a career of bringing contemporary aesthetics to classical […]
  • Christopher Field

    Lecturer in Art, Graphic Design
    Christopher Field is a new media artist and designer working and living in Massachusetts. His work filters and repurposes media content to explore its effect–intentional, implied, or imagined–on those who experience it. He is also a co-founder of the studio W/Field Workshop, which creates public art installations and multimedia experiences, and his work has been […]
  • Christopher Krueger

    Lecturer, Historical Performance - Baroque Flute
    Christopher Krueger is well known as a performer on both modern and historical instruments, and has been a soloist and ensemble member with virtually every major early-music organization in the US. He is the principal flutist with the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, Mostly Mozart on Original Instruments, the Handel and Haydn Society, the Smithsonian […]
  • Christopher Sleboda

    Associate Professor of Art, Graphic Design; Chair, BFA Graphic Design
    Christopher Sleboda is a designer, illustrator, curator, and educator. From 2005 to 2020, he served as the Director of Graphic Design at the Yale University Art Gallery. Overseeing graphic design and wayfinding for the museum—from exhibition identities, motion graphics, and signage to brochures, programs, and art books—Sleboda worked closely with graphic design students in the […]
  • Cindy C. Oxberry

    Visiting Faculty, Young Artists Vocal Program, BU Tanglewood Institute
    Cindy C. Oxberry has over 35 years of experience in the opera world. After a successful career as a singer on both the operatic and Musical Theatre stages around the United States, Ms. Oxberry decided to parlay her experience into directing in both genres. Her passion for education led her to diversify her career and include […]
  • Claire Elizabeth Bula

    Lecturer in Art, Graphic Design
    Claire Bula has been an artist since she can remember, learning to paint and draw from her architect father and becoming self-taught after that. However, in 2018, after spending 15 years in marketing and experiencing an unplanned "life break," Claire knew she had to build her career around something she truly loved. Thus, she transitioned […]
  • Claire Harrison

    Administrative Coordinator for Student Records
    Claire Harrison is a recent graduate from the Commonwealth Honors College (CHC) at UMass Amherst. She graduated with a BA in English and, in her senior year, completed an Honors Thesis titled “Planning for the Future at the End of the World: Using Storytelling to Combat Climate Anxiety.” Though she submitted her thesis in May […]
  • Clay Hopper

    Senior Lecturer, Directing
    Clay Hopper- formerly the Associate Artistic Director of Olney Theatre Center and Director of both the National Players and the Summer Shakespeare Festival at OTC. Directing credits include Two Gentlemen of Verona, Twelfth Night, The Tempest, Othello, The Taming of the Shrew, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet, and Amadeus. […]
  • Cristina Todesco

    Lecturer, Scene Design
    Cristina Todesco has worked in theater and film for over 25 years. She has designed with Actor’s Shakespeare Project, ART Institute, Capital Rep, Central Square Theater, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Company One, The Culture Project, Huntington Theatre, Lyric Stage Company, New Repertory Theatre, Olney Theater, Orfeo Group, Poet’s Theater, Shakespeare and Company, Speakeasy Stage, Summer Play Festival, […]
  • Dan Pinnolis

    Lecturer in Art, Graphic Design
    Dan is a multidisciplinary designer and educator who focuses on storytelling, time-based media, and entrepreneurship. As a Part-time Lecturer at Boston University and Visual Designer at MIT Sloan Management Review, he is interested in bringing together academia and industry. At Boston University, Dan works with the Design Lab, a professional development initiative. Collaborating with the […]
  • Dana Clancy

    Director, School of Visual Arts; Associate Professor of Art, Painting
    Dana Clancy is an artist, and Director and associate professor of art at Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Visual Arts where she has also taught in the Painting area since 2000. Professor Clancy is represented by Alpha Gallery, Boston and has had solo exhibitions there and at the Danforth Museum of Art, […]
  • Danby Cho

    Woodwind Coach, Young Artists Wind Ensemble, BU Tanglewood Institute
    Danby Cho holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Boston University and is a member of the national music honor society Pi Kappa Lambda. She has been a soloist with orchestras in the U.S. and abroad and has been principal clarinet with the Boston Chamber Symphony. She has been a prize winner in solo […]
  • Daniel Doña

    Senior Lecturer in Music, Viola; Director of Undergraduate Studies, School of Music
    Daniel Doña has distinguished himself as an active performer and pedagogue. He serves on the viola faculty of the Boston University School of Music alongside his duties as Director of Undergraduate Studies and Coordinator of String Chamber Music. Daniel is also Co-Director of the Boston University Tanglewood Institute String Quartet Workshop.  In addition to his […]