The Sanctuary of Songwriting During SARS-COV-2
While people were baking homemade sourdough bread, adopting pets and remodeling bathrooms to make the most of being stuck at home during the pandemic, music performance major Shant Arakelian ’21 was composing a six-movement sonata about his life.
Balance is in the Balcony
MATTHEW RHEE ’22 Majors: music performance and music education Hometown: Syosset, NY
Music taste ranges from Italian opera to American rap.
Bearing Music from Boston to Brazil
After traveling with the Boston Symphony Youth Orchestra this summer, violinist Jinyung Suh ’22 says, “You just realize that the world is so much bigger than you make it out to be.”
The Department of Music at 50: Looking Back and Ahead
The 27th annual Christmas Gala celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Department of Music at Gordon. It was 50 years ago that Alton C. Bynum’s vision for the Department came to fruition.
Ian Good ’11: New York Philharmonic Staff & Published Composer
Since graduating from Gordon in 2011, Ian Good has published arrangements, received composing commissions, and landed a job at the oldest symphony orchestra in the country, the New York Philharmonic.