Six students studying music technology wrote pieces of music last semester that were performed and recorded by the Boston Modern Orchestra Project on Friday at the Fenway Center.
A low-cost, high-quality turntable developed by a Northeastern graduate with the financial support of IDEA has raised more than $100,000 on the crowdsourcing website Kickstarter.
Four students and alumni received Entrepreneurial Spirit Awards from the College of Arts, Media, and Design for channeling their creativity and leadership skills through film, theater, music, and architecture.
Northeastern’s a cappella group performed five songs in the invitation-only competition, including “Cold War” by Janelle Monae and “As Long As You Love Me” by Justin Bieber.
The Nor’easters, an a cappella group founded in 1998, released its first professionally produced album this fall and has begun work on another.
Music professor Dennis Miller has embraced digital media, using animation to visually communicate themes and concepts.
The evolution of technology has changed the way we listen to our favorite songs, according to Patrik Wikström, a newly appointed associate professor of music.
I know it looks like I’ve been slacking off lately. And from the perspective of the blogosphere, I suppose that might be accurate. But it’s been a busy couple of […]
Anthony De Ritis, chair of Northeastern’s music department, has released a new CD, “Devolution,” that mixes classical music with live DJ performance.
Music industry major Courtnie Bennett won a campus competition to sing the national anthem at Fenway Park during Northeastern’s Senior Week.
Delivering the annual Robert D. Klein Lecture, English professor Carla Kaplan discussed the complicated story of white women who passed for black in the 1920s.
Whether or not you’re a fan of pop star Katy Perry, her skyrocketing success cannot be denied. She won Video of the Year at the MTV Video Music Awards this weekend, and recently became the first female artist in the Billboard Hot 100 history to have five singles from one album reach No. 1 — joining only Michael Jackson in achieving this feat. We asked music industry expert David Herlihy, associate academic specialist in the College of Arts, Media and Design, to examine how the music industry has changed since Jackson’s reign.