She attended the New England Conservatory of Music where she obtained her bachelors degree.
What does NEC stand for?
NEC stands for New England Conservatory of Music (since 1867; in Boston, Massachusetts)
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The pair met in Boston, USA, where Katherine is a piano professor at the New England Conservatory of Music, and where Gordon was music director at Walnut Hill, the New England Conservatory's school for gifted young musicians.
The biography (aimed at music lovers and students) recounts his youth in Puerto Rico, studies at the New England Conservatory of Music, and career as official pianist for the Boston Symphony Orchestra and soloist with others.
When his family moved to Boston, his mother enrolled him in the New England Conservatory of Music to study violin, but at 12, after seeing Bill "Bojangles" Robinson perform, Slyde set his ambitions on tap dancing.
Jeong is moving to Boston to continue her graduate studies in violin at the New England Conservatory of Music.
The New England Conservatory of Music where King graduated in 1954 with a master's in voice and violin and received an honorary doctorate in 1971, remembered her through an alumni profile on their Web site at <www.