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Little Murders

"Fantastically funny. ...[Playwright] Jules Feiffer, a satirical sharpshooter with a deadly aim, stares balefully at the meaningless violence in American life, and opens fire on it in Little Murders. Devastatingly lethal in some of its coldly savage comic assaults." —The New York Post

In this satirical dark comedy, depressed New Yorker Alfred Chamberlain is engaged to perky, can-do Patsy Newquist. As their wedding day grows near, Alfred finds himself embroiled in an urban nightmare involving his fiancée's family, the possibility of marriage without faith, muggings, and a sniper's bullet. 

Written by Jules Feiffer
Directed by Ken Baltin

The Italian Girl in Algiers (L’Italiana in Algeri)

Having premiered in 1813, Rossini’s opera buffa, The Italian Girl in Algiers, is a true comic gem with delightful characters, sparkling music and coloratura fireworks. It follows the courageous Isabella, a young Italian woman who travels to Algiers to find her missing lover, Lindoro. Upon her journey, Isabella captivates Mustafá, the Bey of Algiers, who decides that she will be the next addition to his harem. Little does he know that he has met his match in this clever Italian girl, who risks everything for love. Sung in Italian with English supertitles. 

Music by Gioachino Rossini
Libretto by Angelo Anelli
Conducted by Andrew Altenbach
Stage Direction by Johnathon Pape

From the Ground Up

New works created specially for Boston Conservatory dance students by nationally- and internationally-recognized choreographers, including Brian Brooks, Uri Sands, Omar Carrum, Claudia Lavista and Daniel Pelzig. Cathy Young, artistic director.

On the Town

Inspired by Jerome Robbins’ ballet, Fancy FreeOn the Town is the high-energy story of three daring sailors who, in 1944, spend a 24-hour leave in New York City. Squeezed for time, they somehow manage to find adventure and love in the Big Apple. On the Town features favorite musical numbers, including New York, New York, Lonely Town and the hilarious I Can Cook Too, as well as the famed Coney Island Ballet.

Music by Leonard Bernstein
Lyrics and Book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Directed and Choreographed by Michelle Chassé
Musical Direction by Bill Casey
Conducted by Reuben M. Reynolds, III

The Boston Conservatory Percussion Ensemble

Samuel Solomon and Keith Aleo, directors

LIANG: "Tian (Heaven)" from Garden 8
LIANG: "Di (Earth)" from Garden 8
LIANG: Inkscape *World Premiere* Commissioned in part by The Boston Conservatory
TAKEMITSU: Rain Tree
TENNEY: Having Never Written a Note for Percussion
TENNEY: Three PIeces for Drum Quartet
WENJING: Parade, Part 1 

Pierre Hurel's Improvisation Workshop: 10-Year Anniversary Concert

10 years ago, jazz pianist Pierre Hurel started a new improvisation class at The Boston Conservatory to help classical musicians unleash their ability to improvise freely. Over the years, the course has become wildly popular and hundreds of students have participated. This September, talented alumni and current students of the Conservatory celebrate the 10th anniversary of Hurel's Improvisation Workshop in an evening of creatively improvised works that honor the richness and fascinating language of improvised music. Performers will utitlize an array of instruments in unusual combinations, from solos to duets, trios and quartets, as well as a few surprises. 

The Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble

Eric Hewitt, conductor

BERLIOZ: Hungarian March
MILHAUD: Suite Française
GOUNOD: Petite Symphony
DUKAS: The Sorcerer's Apprentice
IBERT: Concerto for Cello and Winds—featuring Mickey Katz, cello 

This event will be livestreamed on September 19 at 8 p.m.! Click here to view.

Musical Theater Dance Intensive

The final performance of the three-week Musical Theater Dance Instensive. For more information on the program, visit: www.bostonconservatory.edu/musical-theater-dance-intensive.

Summer Dance Intensive

The final performance of the three-week Summer Dance Instensive. For more information on the program, visit www.bostonconservatory.edu/summer-dance.

Assassins

Assassins in a one-act historical "revusical" that explores the dark side of the American experience. From John Wilkes Booth to Lee Harvey Oswald, writers Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman bend the rules of time and space, taking us on a nightmarish roller coaster ride in which assassins and would-be assassins from different historical periods meet, interact and inspire each other to harrowing acts in the name of the American Dream.

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