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In honor of Black History Month, we highlight one of our long-standing community members, a descendent of a distinguished musician, and a noted soprano herself, Afrika Hayes Lambe.
“If it is to be, it is up to me,” those were the closing words of wisdom from Davron Monroe, one of our accomplished Black History Month Assembly speakers. This past Wednesday, award-winning Boston-based performers, Davron Monroe and Yewande Odetoyinbo, led Walnut Hill’s celebratory assembly focusing on themes of Black culture, resilience, joy, family, and Black excellence.
Lia released a new album, Family Album, on January 29 via her newly-founded label Natural Music. Check out this article about her career and projects.
Walnut Hill is thrilled to welcome special guests Davron Monroe and Yewande Odetoyinbo as our celebratory Black History Month speakers on Wednesday, February 17.
Walnut Hill is excited to welcome Aisha Fukushima, a world-renowned performance lecturer, Justice Strategist, Singer/Songwriter, and RAPtivist (rap activist) as this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day Assembly Speaker.
Art to Heart a monthly column by Director of Artistic Studies, Nicola Conraths, dedicated to the arts, including faculty, alumni, students, and guest artists.
"In the weeks following Boston Ballet School’s Professional Division at Walnut Hill’s first performance, my mind wanders back to the beginnings of our partnership. Has it really just been one year since the Boston Ballet faculty visited campus to discuss the possibility of a joint program? A lot has happened since then."
Barrett has been cast in a recurring role in Bridge and Tunnel, Epix's upcoming half-hour dramedy.
Nik is a member of the newest class of fellows for Ensemble Connect, a two-year fellowship program.
Harley recently directed a music video for viral rapper Matt Ox.
Tess was featured in Pointe Magazine for her recent work with the Paris Opera Ballet.
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Walnut Hill School for the Arts reaffirms its long-standing nondiscriminatory policy and is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive community that welcomes people of diverse backgrounds and beliefs. Walnut Hill does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, family structure, pregnancy, parental status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, age, national or ethnic origin, disability, economic background, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state and federal law. This policy applies to all areas of the Organization including admission policies, scholarship programs, educational policies, hiring, benefits, compensation, training, discipline, promotion, and termination.
All students commit to a full-time, college-preparatory curriculum in addition to studies in their elected arts concentration.
95% of our senior class matriculates to a four-year degree program directly after graduation.
Among our alumni working in the arts, we are pleased to count television and Broadway actors, multiple Princess Grace Award winners, published novelists, Grammy Award–winning musicians, fashion designers, and other notables.
Our students benefit from the more individualized attention afforded by a 6:1 student-faculty ratio.
Our student population represents 31 of the United States and 17 countries.
Located just 17 miles— a 30-minute car or train ride—from downtown Boston, Walnut Hill offers access to the rich educational, cultural, and recreational offerings of a world-class city.