How the Pandemic Changed the Tune for Gordon’s Musicians

COVID-19 protocols posed a challenge to the Department of Music’s daily rhythms, but their creative adaptations meant they reached more audiences than ever.

How a 20th-Century African American Composer is Shaping Classical Music Today

Florence Price was told she had no place in classical music as an African American woman. But against the many odds present in her day and field, the musical pioneer created a space for herself.

Music, Science and Faith Inform Award-winning Research

Alumnus Dr. Joshua Neumann’s innovative musical exploration of Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau earned him the American Musicological Society Thomas Hampson Award for research in classic song.

The Irresistible Good News in Handel’s ‘Messiah’

Thousands gather in the concert halls of Boston each Christmas season, brought to tears and their feet by the gospel of Christ as painted with music in Handel’s ‘Messiah.’

Multimedia Concert to Highlight Artistic Inspiration Abroad

Through music, art and interviews, the Gordon Symphony Orchestra’s fall concert spotlights the inspiration that students and famed composers alike experience when abroad, November 2.