Dr. Judith Bose comes to Longy having worked as an independent arts education consultant with decades of experience specializing in curriculum development and the intersection of cultural organizations, schools, teachers and teaching artists.
She has worked with WolfBrown arts research firm on various projects, including the first ever evaluation of El Sistema-inspired programs in the U.S.; as Creative Education Director for the Vermont Community Engagement Lab; as Community Engagement Consultant with From the Top; and as a student in the Music for Healing and Transition Program™ (MHTP).
Dr. Bose previously served as the Director of Teacher Education and Educational Initiatives at Longy School of Music of Bard College, where she helped to develop our innovative Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Music degree program and led Longy’s Teaching Artist Program. Dr. Bose has also taught Teaching Artistry on the faculty of the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. In New York, she was a master music teaching artist at the Lincoln Center Institute and the New York Philharmonic for ten years, and she has worked with numerous schools and cultural organizations both nationally and internationally.
An active soprano in the Boston area, Dr. Bose holds degrees from the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center (Ph.D); the New England Conservatory of Music (MM); and Duke University (BA).