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Boston Conservatory Announces Grand Opening Performance

The Boston Conservatory, the oldest performing arts conservatory in the nation, today announces a series of celebratory performances and events to commemorate the grand opening of the Conservatory’s new and improved theater building. Marking the Conservatory’s first major facilities project in 50 years, the “Hemenway Project” is a $32 million, 16-month-long renovation and expansion project that effectively adds 16,000 new square feet of rehearsal and performance space to the building, as well as a completely renovated, state-of-the-art 300-seat theater with new orchestra pit, air conditioning and a host of technical upgrades and accoutrements.

The Boston Conservatory Announces Fall 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 2010 season: new installments of the wildly popular "Piano Masters" and “String Masters” series, a festival of new music, the Dance Division celebrates Nikolais, Sweeney Todd, and Twelfth Night, plus performances of classical music, theater and opera, including programming specifically geared to children.

Boston Conservatory Releases First Commercial Recording

Live Recordings of Six World Premieres Performed by The Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble Now Available on iTunes

Boston Conservatory to Honor Emanuel Azenberg and Bruce Marks

The Boston Conservatory will honor Broadway producer Emanuel “Manny” Azenberg, as well as Bruce Marks, former Artistic Director of Boston Ballet, at its 142nd commencement ceremony on Friday, May 14 at 2:00 pm at the Back Bay Events Center in Boston.

Boston Conservatory Announces New String Artist-in-Residency

The Boston Conservatory announces its new annual String Artist-in-Residence Series beginning in 2010-2011. The new series invites guest faculty artists—each a notable luminary in world of string musicians—to come to the Conservatory to perform and to teach master classes and individual lessons with select students to help them gain a deeper understanding of their instrument and the discipline behind it.

Boston Conservatory and Lee Kennedy Co. Announce “Topping Off”

The Boston Conservatory, together with Lee Kennedy Co., announces the “topping off” of the Hemenway Project, the $30 million renovation and expansion of the Conservatory’s 60-year old theater building. The brief topping off ceremony, whereby the final and highest beam will be hoisted and placed at the top of the building, will take place today, November 6, 2009, at 12:30pm at 31 Hemenway Street.

Boston Conservatory Harpist Takes Top Prize in Global Competition

Harpist Ina Zdorovetchi, a graduate of The Boston Conservatory who is now a member of the harp faculty, took the top prize at the 50th anniversary International Harp Contest in Israel, the most important competition of its kind in the world.

Announcing NEW MM in Collaborative Piano and Vocal Pedagogy

The Boston Conservatory, the oldest conservatory of its kind in the nation, announces two new masters degree programs in collaborative piano and vocal pedagogy.

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.

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