Bob Dylan in 1965. Already, the classical world was starting to influence his writing.
Photograph from Granger
In a new book, classicist Richard Thomas explores Bob Dylan’s literary ties to ancient Greece and Rome.
Fure focuses during a July workshop for The Force of Things: An Opera for Objects.
Photograph by Marina Levitskaya/ Courtesy of Peak Performances @ Montclair State University
Composer Ashley Fure wants people to listen to noise.
The front of the sleeve from a Dunster Dunces album, which included arrangements of George Gershwin and Irving Berlin, as well as original compositions
Courtesy of Jonathan Aibel
A look (and listen) back at the Dunster Dunces
Members of the Asian Tour sing on the steps of Dubrovnik Cathedral in August 1967.
Photograph by Hal Gibbons
Fifty years after they sang their way around the globe as undergraduates, they returned to Cambridge with full hearts and voices.
Though songwriter Dan Wilson mostly stays out of the spotlight these days…
Photograph by Devin Pedde
The Grammy Award-winning songwriter Dan Wilson reclaims his catalog.
The entrance to the Naples Conservatory retains its former title, “Royal Conservatory.”
Photograph by Thomas Forrest Kelly
A day at the Naples Conservatory
Before writing anything down, Robert Kyr composes his works—music and text—“internally,” he says, from start to finish.
Photograph by Kelly James Photography
Composer Robert Kyr embraces love, peace, and nature.
In this scene from the end of the opera, The Count (James Lesu'i, a graduate student at The Boston Conservatory) begs the forgiveness of his Countess (Christina Bianco ’17).
Photograph courtesy of Jordan Hayashi Photography
With swankier digs and a new name, the undergraduate company continues an operatic tradition.