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  • 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, […]
  • 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 […]
  • Vartan Aghababian

    Lecturer in Music, Composition and Music Theory
    Composition studies with William Bolcom, Leslie Bassett, James Hartway, Eric Sawyer, Theodor Antoniou, and Sam Headrick. Dr. Aghababian was a film music editor with Triad Music at Warner Brothers Studios (Burbank, CA) and has scored several documentary films while continuing to compose on commission. His music is performed throughout New England, across the United States, […]
  • Lynne Allen

    Professor of Art, Printmaking
    Lynne Allen’s work has been exhibited widely nationally and internationally and is included in collections at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art Library, the New York Public Library, New York; the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C and the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, among others.  […]
  • Valeria Alvarado Gutiérrez

    Lecturer in Art, Graphic Design
    Valeria Alvarado Gutierrez is a graphic designer and educator based in Boston, Massachusetts. She received her MFA in Graphic Design from Boston University in 2023. Her thesis work focused on the interaction between design and education to create playful, experiential, and interactive pieces. Previously, she received her bachelor's degree in early childhood education and worked […]
  • Felice Amato

    Assistant Professor of Art, Art Education
    Felice Amato is an artist, scholar, and educator. Her interests lie in the field of material performance; she works at the intersection of education, visual arts, theater, and performance, with a special focus on applied puppetry, masks, and arts research. Much of her research and creative work explores the phenomenological and material nature of puppetry […]
  • Kenneth Amis

    Lecturer in Music, Tuba
    World-renowned composer-performer Kenneth Amis enjoys an international career of high acclaim. Amis began his musical exploits in his home country of Bermuda. He started playing the piano at a young age and upon entering high school took up the tuba and developed an interest in performing and writing music. A Suite for Bass Tuba, composed when […]
  • Martin Amlin

    Mildred P. Gilfillan Professor of Music; Senior Director, Young Artists Composition Program, BU Tanglewood Institute
    Composer and pianist Martin Amlin has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Massachusetts Artists Foundation, the St. Botolph Club Foundation, and the Massachusetts Council for the Arts. He was a recipient of an ASCAP Grant to Young Composers and has received numerous ASCAP Plus Awards. He has […]
  • Jean Anderson

    Lecturer in Music, Voice
    Dr. Jean Anderson is a nationally-known vocal coach and pianist. She is the principal opera coach at Boston Conservatory, where she also coaches art song and teaches courses in operatic recitative and aria studies. She teaches foreign-language diction at the New England Conservatory of Music. She is active as a musical advisor, pianist, and coach […]
  • Steven Ansell

    Associate Professor of Music, Viola
    Steven Ansell joined the Boston Symphony Orchestra as principal viola in September 1996, occupying the Charles S. Dana chair, having already appeared with the BSO in Symphony Hall as guest principal viola. A native of Seattle, he also remains a member of the acclaimed Muir String Quartet, which he co-founded in 1979, and with which […]
  • Jorge Arroyo

    Assistant Professor, Lighting Design; Co-Chair of Design and Production
    Jorge Arroyo is a freelance Lighting Designer based in Boston and New York with over 25 years of experience in theater, dance, concerts, corporate events, opera, and television. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, he is one of only a handful of professional lighting designers to hail from the island. He is an organizing member […]
  • Graham Atherton

    Lecturer in Art, Graphic Design
    Graham Atherton is a graphic designer and illustrator from Cleveland, Ohio. He earned his MFA in Graphic Design at Boston University where he concentrated on typography, type design, and illustration. Graham has designed multiple original typefaces including Graham Grotesk, Praeterita, and Namarie. In spring 2023 he received the Katherine Small award for typography in recognition […]
  • Edwin Barker

    Associate Professor of Music, Double Bass
    Edwin Barker is recognized as one of the most gifted bassists on the American concert scene.  Acknowledged as an accomplished solo and ensemble player, Mr. Barker has concertized in North America, South America, Europe, and the Far East. As principal double bass of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Edwin Barker has performed and recorded extensively with […]
  • Bella Bennett

    Lecturer in Art, Graphic Design
    Bella Bennett is a graphic designer based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She received her MFA in Graphic Design from Boston University in 2022. Her thesis work focused on the interplay between digital and print publishing. Previously she received her Bachelor of Arts in Writing, Literature and Publishing from Emerson College in 2019. Bella is a designer […]
  • Samantha Bennett

    Core Faculty, Violin, BU Tanglewood Institute
    Hailed by the Chicago Tribune as a violinist “requiring no caveats, full of subtlety and poise,” Samantha Bennett is an active and varied performer around the nation. She was recently appointed to the violin section of The Florida Orchestra, beginning September 2015. She performs regularly with Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops, and Sarasota Orchestra and is a […]
  • Mark Berger

    Lecturer, Music Theory
    Violist and composer Mark Berger has toured throughout the United States and internationally as a member of the Lydian String Quartet, performing the acknowledged masterpieces of the classical, romantic, and modern eras as well as premiering remarkable compositions written by today's cutting-edge composers. In addition to his work with the quartet, Berger frequently performs with […]
  • Jennifer Bill

    Lecturer in Music, Saxophone; Conductor of Concert Band
    A dedicated and multifaceted musician and educator, saxophonist and conductor, Dr. Jennifer Bill has performed in Asia, throughout Europe and the United States. Her poignant performance style captivates audiences around the globe.  Dr. Bill is a Selmer Artist. A versatile saxophonist, Dr. Bill has performed as a soloist and a contemporary chamber musician with a […]
  • Michael Birenbaum Quintero

    Associate Professor of Music; Chair, Musicology & Ethnomusicology Department
    Michael Birenbaum Quintero studies Black cultural politics in Latin America. His work in Colombia examines the place of music in both the Afro-Colombian social movement and the cultural policy of the state under neoliberal multiculturalism; historical constructions of Blackness through music; sounded cosmology; vernacular Black music circulation and technology; violence and trauma; the affective politics […]
  • Penelope Bitzas

    Associate Professor of Music, Voice; Director, Young Artists Vocal Program, BU Tanglewood Institute
    Mezzo-soprano Penelope Bitzas is an Associate Professor of Music in Voice at Boston University and in 2007 she received the prestigious Metcalf Award, which is Boston University’s highest honor for excellence in teaching.  She received her Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance and Music Education from Ithaca College, magna cum laude and the Masters of […]
  • Geoff Booras

    Lecturer in Art, Sculpture
    Geoff Booras is focused on producing experimental ceramics, painting, and sculpture. His practice contemplates the puzzling relationship humans have with nature, looking specifically to land-use, resource extraction, as well as the history of science, exploration, and philosophy.  His work has been shown at Gildar Gallery, Denver; Haw Contemporary, Kansas City; and The Museum of Longing […]