NEC faculty member Andrew Schartmann’s book “Koji Kondo’s Super Mario Bros. Soundtrack” was just released in Japanese! In honor of the release of the Japanese translation, Andrew shared ten facts about video games and video game music.
The American Academy of Teachers of Singing has recognized Ian Howell with an inaugural AATS Award for COVID-19 Response for his work with low-latency technology for real-time musical collaboration during the pandemic.
WBUR's Here and Now tells the story of The Boston Hope Music Teaching Project, which connects New England Conservatory student teaching fellows with COVID-19 health care workers for private music lessons.
The Boston Globe's Zoë Madonna writes about the Boston Hope Music Teaching Project, a collaboration between NEC and Massachusetts General Hospital that connects NEC teaching fellows and frontline health care workers for remote music lessons.
How are NEC students supporting creative aging during the pandemic? New England Conservatory is one of twenty nonprofit arts education organizations selected to participate in the third cohort of the National Guild for Community Arts Education’s Catalyzing Creative Aging Program.
“Most of the patients were unconscious and intubated, but still I could connect with them through music,” says Henrique, who joins the efforts of musicians and doctors at NewYork-Presbyterian Allen Hospital to support ICU patients.