Category: Music

Supporting Tomorrow’s Musicians

Like many music lovers, Cindy Curme (CFA’76,’80) sometimes worries about the future of classical music. That’s why she’s one of the most generous supporters of Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI). She sees it as a critical part of the pipeline that is essential to developing the next generation of musicians. “Education is the key to […]

Categories: BUTI, Music

From the Director’s Desk | July 2018

Photo Credit Stratton McCrady Wow! What an incredible two weeks it’s been at BUTI. As we conclude the Workshops and welcome students to our Young Artists Programs, I am struck by how the word “community” resonates throughout. The student community, comprised of young artists between 10 and 20 years old, hails from 44 US states […]

Schools: Music Office Of The DeanFeatured: Featured

Esteemed Alumna Named Composer in Residence of Chicago Symphony

Missy Mazzoli (BUTI ’98, BM ’02) has been appointed Composer in Residence of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. During her two-year appointment, Missy will write a commissioned work to be premiered in the orchestra’s 2019-2020 season. Missy has been called “one of the more consistently inventive, surprising composers” by the New York Times. Her music has […]

BU Tanglewood Institute Performs at the Esplanade in Summer 2018

Boston University Tanglewood Institute Musicians to Perform as Part of Landmarks Orchestra Summer Festival on the Esplanade. The musicians of BUTI will headline an evening of orchestral and wind music by Bernstein and Stravinsky. Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI)—one of North America’s premiere summer training programs for young musicians—has announced that the musicians of the BUTI […]

Categories: BUTI, Music, pre-college
Schools: Office Of The DeanFeatured: Featured

2018 Kahn Career Entry Awards

Boston University College of Fine Arts presents three students with prestigious Esther B. and Albert S. Kahn Career Entry Awards Boston University College of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Esther B. and Albert S. Kahn Career Entry Award: Alia Coleman, from the School of Visual Arts’ Graduate Sculpture program, Murat […]

Categories: Music, Theatre, Visual Arts

Panel & Symphony Hall concert celebrate resistance and resilience

Boston University School of Music presents Symphony Hall concert and panel co-sponsored BU Arts Initiative discussing the role of artists in moments of social change and protest The School of Music at Boston University College of Fine Arts presents a special panel discussion in collaboration with BU Arts Initiative. The School of Music’s spring concert […]

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The Art of Protest

In conjunction with Symphony Hall concert, the School of Music & BU Arts Initiative host a discussion on the role of arts in social change Spark Volume 3, Issue 3 | by Emily White Stirring speeches move and motivate crowds. Vibrant homemade signs inspire community, humor, hope. Resonant songs unite millions. Art and creativity have […]

Categories: Ensembles, Music