Music

Art & Culture / Music

Moritz Ernst at BC

October 22, 2017

One of the leading pianists of his generation makes his first U.S. appearances on campus this fall.

Art & Culture / Music

Gaelic Roots

September 12, 2017

A new season of Irish, Scottish, American, and related folk music traditions begins.

Art & Culture / Music

Q&A: Monica Grady '17

April 02, 2017

Cellist, biochemistry major, and co-winner of the Boston College Symphony Orchestra concerto competition.

Art & Culture / Music

A Chorale Christmas

December 19, 2016

Scenes from the University Chorale's annual holiday performance at St. Mary's Hall.

Art & Culture / Music

The Connolly Collection

December 09, 2016

BC Libraries' groundbreaking new Séamus Connolly digital collection celebrates a leading figure of traditional Irish music.

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Art & Culture / Music

The Connolly Collection

December 09, 2016

BC Libraries' groundbreaking new Séamus Connolly digital collection celebrates a leading figure of traditional Irish music.

Art & Culture / Music

Imagined memories

April 29, 2016

A faculty member's musical composition is inspired by the biological mother he never knew.

Art & Culture / Music

Note worthy

February 27, 2015

T.J. Hurley, Class of 1885, gave the University “For Boston.” He also wrote songs about the baseball team, the local trolley, and spiritual succor. Music department students, faculty, and staff performed a selection.

Art & Culture / Music

Anthems of America

November 23, 2016

'Songwriter, humanitarian, America's rock n' roll laureate,' Bruce Springsteen P'12 receives Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Art & Culture / Music

Imagined memories

April 29, 2016

A faculty member's musical composition is inspired by the biological mother he never knew.

Art & Culture / Music

An Irish Christmas with Séamus Connolly

December 18, 2015

Invited to create a gift of music, fiddler Séamus Connolly, the Sullivan Family Artist-in-Residence, chose these two Irish Christmas pieces, one traditional, the other contemporary.

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Sound Check

November 21, 2015

Irish tenor Ronan Tynan was an artist-in-residence in the music department this fall. In addition to offering undergraduates private vocal lessons, he taught two masterclasses, including one in which he coached Andrew Hammond ’18, a baritone who chose to sing “Warm as the Autumn Light," and soprano Ana Tablada ’16, who sang “O Mio Babbino Caro."

Art & Culture / Music

Note worthy

February 27, 2015

T.J. Hurley, Class of 1885, gave the University “For Boston.” He also wrote songs about the baseball team, the local trolley, and spiritual succor. Music department students, faculty, and staff performed a selection.

Art & Culture / Music

Sights and Sounds of the Holiday

December 03, 2015

The countdown to the holidays is underway. Here's a look at some upcoming campus events that celebrate the holiday season.