Music Co-op Stories
Northeastern music students are not always on the stage. Music industry students help behind the scenes dealing with arts administration, legal issues, and online media technologies.
Lydia Yenser, Class of '22
Lydia has dreamed about working in the music fine arts on the administrative side of the house. She’s gotten the chance with her first co-op at the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Lydia is in charge of helping patrons with donations, and in charge of all the volunteer services hired and scheduled to work.
“I think the most fun part is seeing all of your hard work come to fruition.”
Co-op Position: Special Events Assistant, Boston Symphony Orchestra
The significance of Beyoncé topping the country music charts
Assistant professor of music Francesca Inglese provides historical context and insight on the significance of Beyoncé topping the country charts with her song, "Texas Hold 'Em."
March 2, 2024
How to manage a music sensation
Drew Simmons attended the music industry program at Northeastern. Learn about his journey in the music industry and how he started managing Noah Kahan.
January 24, 2024
What makes Noah Kahan's latest album so popular?
Assistant teaching professor of music, James Gutierrez, and professor of the practice Melissa Ferrick break down the singer-songwriter's popular new album, "Stick Season."
December 14, 2023
A.I. Can Make Art That Feels Human. Whose Fault Is That?
Art critic Jason Farango investigates the history of our relationship with AI and technology in music, using Deirdre Loughride's new book, "Sounding Human: Music and Machines, 1740/2020."
December 28, 2023
Lessons, Ensembles and Music Performance
Looking to play music? There are plenty of other ways for students in the Department of Music to do what they love — make music. Check out the music making opportunities at CAMDMusic Making Opportunities