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The Boston Conservatory Announces Winter/Spring 2013 Season

(BOSTON — January 25, 2013)  The Boston Conservatory offers award-winning, affordable, high-quality performances by students, faculty and guest artists throughout the academic year. Among the offerings for the winter/spring 2013 season: new installments of the popular Piano Masters and String Masters series; performances of the beloved opera La Bohème, a fully staged production of Thoroughly Modern Millie and an exciting new Conservatory-wide festival, as well as a variety of additional offerings in music, dance and theater.

The Conservatory offers many free performances, as well as ticketed events ranging in price from $10-$30. Ticketed mainstage performances are $30 for premium seating and $25 for general admission with $5 discounts for seniors and $10 discounts for students. Piano Masters, String Masters and Ensemble-in-Residence concerts are $15 general admission, $10 for seniors and free for students. Orchestra concerts at Sanders Theatre are also $15 for general admission and $10 for seniors and students.

Special performance packages are available, enabling patrons to take advantage of discounts when purchasing tickets to multiple shows. Unless free or otherwise noted, tickets are available beginning Jan. 23 through The Boston Conservatory Box Office: (617) 912–9222 and For more information, call The Boston Conservatory event line at (617) 912–9240 or visit In addition, the Boston Conservatory also presents more than 200 free student performances and recitals every season. From staged to semi-staged theater, dance and opera performances to instrumental and voice recitals, there is something for all lovers of the performing arts. For a complete schedule, visit

Performance location key:

At The Boston Conservatory:

Boston Conservatory Theater, 31 Hemenway Street

Concert Room, 1st Floor, 8 The Fenway

Seully Hall, 4th Floor, 8 The Fenway

Studio 401, 4th Floor, 31 Hemenway Street

Zack Box, Basement, 8 The Fenway


Fenway Center, 77 Saint Stephen Street, Boston

Old South Church, 645 Boylston Street, Boston

Sanders Theatre, 45 Quincy Street, Cambridge

All performance venues are handicapped accessible.

PRESS CONTACT: Joyce Linehan (617) 298–0200,

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