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Center Stage

Center Stage is a new curated collection showcasing the Conservatory's groundbreaking dance, music, and theater performances.

Seully Hall

Boston Conservatory Chorale and Choir

Saturday, October 12, 2019 - 8:00pm Seully Hall

A concert focusing on the passage of time, featuring works by Morten Lauridsen, Ruggero Leoncavallo, Stephen Paulus, Martin Sedek, Joshua Shank, and Judith Weir.

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Admission: FREE

Can't Keep Quiet

Can't Keep Quiet: A Concert Celebrating Women Composers and Lyricists

Saturday, October 12, 2019 - 8:00pm Boston Conservatory Theater

An original revue celebrating women's often unsung contributions to Broadway and the American musical. Featuring songs by pioneering songwriters Carole King, Nell Benjamin, Dorothy Fields, and Gloria Estefan, and from musicals such as Ragtime, Kinky Boots, and Waitress.

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Admission: $25-$30 with discounts available

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Can't Keep Quiet

Can't Keep Quiet: A Concert Celebrating Women Composers and Lyricists

Sunday, October 13, 2019 - 2:00pm Boston Conservatory Theater

An original revue celebrating women's often unsung contributions to Broadway and the American musical. Featuring songs by pioneering songwriters Carole King, Nell Benjamin, Dorothy Fields, and Gloria Estefan, and from musicals such as Ragtime, Kinky Boots, and Waitress.

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Admission: $25-$30 with discounts available

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Seully Hall

Rictor Noren Studio Recital: Tango Argentina

Sunday, October 13, 2019 - 8:00pm Seully Hall

Students of Rictor Noren's violin and viola studios explore Argentinian tango culture through a selection of works from Argentina, including the world premiere of a piece by J.D. Honorof written for Noren’s 2019-2020 class.

Admission: FREE

Boston Conservatory Theater

Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble

Thursday, October 17, 2019 - 8:00pm Boston Conservatory Theater

The Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble presents an explosive program of works by David Biedenbender, Adam Gorb, Yasuhide Ito, and David Maslanka's monumental Symphony No. 4.

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Admission: FREE

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