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Taj Boston & Boston Conservatory Announce "$6million Suite"

BOOK ‘$6 MILLION SUITE’ AT TAJ BOSTON OCTOBER 15-17 & PUT YOUR NAME ON THE BOSTON CONSERVATORY’S NEW THEATER BUILDING

Exclusive Weekend Includes Private Jet Transport for Two,
Presidential Suite Accommodations,
Lifetime Tickets to Boston Conservatory Performances,
New Jaguar XJ with Lifetime Valet Privileges at Hotel,
Gala Events & Performances at the Conservatory & More

Other Boston Conservatory Packages Include
$4 Million Suite Weekend with Naming Rights
To The Boston Conservatory Theater
& Conservatory Park View Room or Suite Packages,
from $1,295 - $3,995 Per Night

BOSTON, MA–Are you a patron of the arts seeking a unique legacy opportunity in Boston? Consider this very exclusive offer: simply by booking the “$6 Million Dollar Suite” at Taj Boston for the weekend of October 15-17, 2010, your name will grace the dramatic new performance complex at The Boston Conservatory, Boston’s prestigious independent performing arts college offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in music, dance and musical theater. Or select one of several other Boston Conservatory weekend offers that include admission to gala performances and events as well as luxury hotel amenities and services.

Book-ending the Back Bay neighborhood, Taj Boston and The Boston Conservatory both play a large role in Boston’s long history and cultural landscape. The two organizations are now joining forces to bring new awareness to the Boston community’s role as a training ground for the performing artists of the future.

Taj Boston, the landmark hotel at Arlington and Newbury streets overlooking the Public Garden, created the special weekend offers to commemorate its new collaboration with the celebrated college for performing artists. Founded in 1867, The Boston Conservatory is undergoing an exciting revitalization with the opening of its new $32 million theater building, featuring new large volume performance studios and a 300-seat state-of–the-art theater. The Boston Conservatory will officially reveal its new spaces October 13-16 with a series of Opening Note! performances, ribbon cutting ceremony, guided tours and special events reserved for major donors and guests of Taj Boston’s special $6 million suite. Details are available at www.bostonconservatory.edu/openingnote.

$6 Million Boston Conservatory Suite Weekend at Taj Boston, October 15-17, 2010 includes:

Naming rights to The Boston Conservatory’s new theater building performance complex
Private round-trip jet transport from anywhere in the world to Boston for two, and limousine transfers to and from hotel
Two nights’ accommodations in Taj Boston Presidential Suite, a 1,540-square-foot space with large parlor overlooking the Public Garden and Commonwealth Avenue, dining room and kitchen area, spacious master bedroom and lavish marble master bath, with 24-hour butler service
Gift of a new Jaguar XJ to enjoy during your stay and then to take with you or garage in Boston, with lifetime valet parking privileges at Taj Boston
An exclusive itinerary of Boston Conservatory grand opening events, including ribbon-cutting ceremony, guided tours of “your” new theater building and Opening Note! performance on October 15; VIP reception, dinner and Opening Note! performance featuring guest artist on October 16, followed by post-performance Champagne and dessert after-party for patrons and performers
Lifetime tickets for two to all Boston Conservatory performances, arranged by the Taj Boston concierge staff
A collection of commemorative items honoring your generous donation, including an engraved Christofle sterling silver platter, etched Tiffany Champagne glasses and a magnum of Cristal Champagne Rose
A festive farewell Sunday Champagne Brunch on The Roof at Taj Boston
For more information, contact Claude Dubois at Taj Boston, 617-536-6700. Please note that all offers are subject to availability and do not include tax and gratuities

$4 Million Boston Conservatory Suite Weekend at Taj Boston, October 15-17, 2010 includes:

For $4 million, you may name The Boston Conservatory’s Main Stage Theater Auditorium and enjoy a weekend with all of the additional experiences, amenities and services listed above
For more information, contact Claude Dubois at Taj Boston, 617-536-6700. Please note that all offers are subject to availability and do not include tax and gratuities

Boston Conservatory Weekend at Taj Boston, October 15-17, 2010 includes:

Two nights in your choice of Luxury Suite or Park View Room accommodations
Limousine transport to and from The Boston Conservatory events and, if you select a Suite, butler-service throughout your stay
Welcome amenity of Champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries
Admission to The Boston Conservatory grand opening events, including October 15 ribbon-cutting ceremony and guided tours of new theater building and October 16 Opening Note! performance followed by Champagne and dessert after-party for patrons and performers
Prices range from $1,295 - $3,995 per night (based on preferred accommodations)
For more information or to make reservations, contact Taj Boston, 617-536-6700. Please note that all offers are subject to availability and do not include tax and gratuities

Payment for packages with naming rights will be divided between The Boston Conservatory and Taj Boston. Payment to The Boston Conservatory ($5 million for theater building naming rights or $3 million for the main stage theater auditorium naming rights) will be applied to the Conservatory’s capital campaign and used to fund part of the $32 million theater building construction project. Payment to Taj Boston ($1 million) will be used to cover hotel and added expenses, with the remainder applied to the Taj Public Service Welfare Trust formed in 2008 to provide hope and healing to victims of terror, war, natural disasters and other events that disrupt life.

About The Boston Conservatory
The Boston Conservatory trains exceptional young performing artists for careers that enrich and transform the human experience. Known for its intimate and supportive multidisciplinary environment, the Conservatory offers fully accredited graduate and undergraduate programs in music, dance and theater and presents more than 200 performances each year by students, faculty and guest artists. Since its founding in 1867, The Boston Conservatory has shared its talent and creativity with the city of Boston, the region and the nation, and continues to grow today as a vibrant community of artists and educators. www.bostonconservatory.edu

About Taj Boston
Taj Boston occupies the city’s most celebrated location at Arlington and Newbury streets. Overlooking the Public Garden, the property is within walking distance of historic sites, theatre and financial districts as well as fashionable boutiques and galleries, and is just four miles from Boston's Logan International Airport. Opened in 1927, the luxury hotel features 273 guestrooms, including 45 suites, many of which offer wood-burning fireplaces. As a preferred social and business center, Taj Boston is noted for its prix fixe and a la carte dining in The Cafe, weekend afternoon tea in The Lounge, cocktails in The Bar, monthly Wine Dinners and seasonal Champagne Sunday Brunch on The Roof, as well as state-of-the-art business and guest services. Acquired by Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces in January 2007, Taj Boston joins The Pierre in New York and Campton Place in San Francisco as the U.S. members of Taj Hotels’ luxury division. For reservations, call 617-536-5700 or 877-482-5267 (877-4-TAJ BOS) toll-free or visitwww.tajhotels.com/boston.

Media Contacts:
For The Boston Conservatory:
Joyce Linehan
Ashmont Media
(617) 282-2510 x 1
joyce@ashmontmedia.com

For Taj Boston:
Aubrey McGovern
Sheila Donnelly & Associates
808.949.4131
Aubrey@sheiladonnelly.com

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