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Boston Conservatory featured on WCVB-TV's "Chronicle"

The Boston Conservatory was featured on "Chronicle," Boston's award-winning TV newsmagazine program, on Wednesday, September 30, at 7:30

Boston Conservatory Announces $2 Million Challenge from Calderwood

The Boston Conservatory, the oldest conservatory of its kind in the nation, announces a generous $2 million challenge from the Calderwood Charitable Foundation, a trust founded by the late Stanford Calderwood, a longtime supporter of the arts in Boston.

The Boston Conservatory Announces Fall 2009 Season

The Boston Conservatory offers award-winning, affordable, high-quality performances by students, faculty and guest artists throughout the school year. Among the offerings for the fall 2009 season: new installments of the wildly popular "Piano Masters" and “String Masters” series, a festival of new music, world premieres by the Dance Division, the String Orchestra and the Wind Ensemble and timeless standards like Sweet Charity plus performances of classical music, theater and opera, including programming specifically geared to children.

The Boston Conservatory Breaks Ground on Hemenway Project

The Boston Conservatory, together with Mayor Thomas Menino, broke ground today on the “Hemenway Project,” a $30 million renovation and expansion of the Conservatory’s 60-year old theater building at 31 Hemenway Street in the Fenway cultural district.

Mayor Menino & Boston Conservatory to Break Ground on New Building

The Boston Conservatory, together with Mayor Thomas Menino, will break ground on the “Hemenway Project” this Thursday, May 14, 2009, at 5 p.m. at 31 Hemenway Street in the Fenway. The Hemenway Project” is the $30 million renovation and expansion of the Conservatory’s 60-year old theater building at 31 Hemenway Street.

Boston Conservatory to Honor Barbara Cook & Mary Rodgers

The Boston Conservatory will honor singer and actress Barbara Cook, as well as composer and screenwriter Mary Rodgers at its 142nd commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 16 at 2:30 pm at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. There will be 179 degrees awarded, including 94 Bachelors, 79 Masters, and 6 Graduate Performance Diplomas.

Boston Conservatory at Midway Studios During 2009-2010 Season

The Boston Conservatory, the internationally renowned college offering degrees in music, dance and musical theater, will perform at the Midway Studios in South Boston during the 2009-2010 academic and performance season. The Conservatory is temporarily closing operations at its theater building at 31 Hemenway Street to allow for construction of the Hemenway Project, a major expansion and renovation project that will add 16,000 square feet of new rehearsal and studio performance space, air conditioning, handicapped accessibility, improved seating and a host of technical upgrades in its 300-seat theater.

Boston Conservatory's Karl Paulnack Reaches Thousands with Speech

The Boston Conservatory’s Music Division Director Karl Paulnack is reaching a worldwide audience of thousands via the internet, with his inspirational speech about the nature and ultimate power of music. First delivered in September 2004 to about 100 parents of incoming freshman at the Conservatory, the speech has recently become an internet sensation, reprinted and posted to hundreds of websites.

Boston Conservatory Names Project Team for Building Renovation

Performing Arts College Selects Builder and Project Managers, Secures Loan and Additional Fundraising


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