Announcing the 2022–2023 Issue of STAGES Magazine: Teaching Excellence

This special issue explores how Boston Conservatory faculty and administrative leaders’ work across the realms of pedagogy, thought leadership, and professional practice helps students chart unlimited pathways to dynamic careers.

December 14, 2022

The bedrock of Boston Conservatory’s long legacy of innovation is teaching excellence. Here, faculty and administrative leaders are not only educators—they are also the artists, performers, scholars, and culture makers who are shaping today’s performing arts landscape.

The 2022–2023 issue of STAGES examines teaching excellence at Boston Conservatory as the dynamic interplay of key areas: pedagogy and curriculum, research and thought, and performance and professional practice. In four thematic sections—Coursework, Ideas, Practice, and Outcomes—we consider how, as artist-practitioners working across these intersecting areas, our faculty connect students to all that is current in the performing arts, helping them to imagine and define their own pathways for professional success. 

Issue highlights:

Also in this issue: New Chair of Voice Isaí Jess Muñoz looks back and ahead, alum Shanelle Chloe Villegas reflects on her career and the contemporary theater program, opera alum Eric Ferring discusses his debut solo album, and Associate Professor of Dance Joy Davis takes on student career development in a new role.

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