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The free Center Stage concert is part of Boston Conservatory's Brass Festival Weekend.
Groton Hill Music Center's main concert hall combines elegant and thoughtful architecture with leading-edge acoustic design—surrounded by 110 acres of rustic landscape on a former apple orchard in Groton, Massachusetts.
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On April 8, the orchestra celebrates the changing seasons at an exciting new concert venue.
The premier series will feature four performances showcasing the Conservatory’s student talent across dance, music, and theater.
The Conservatory will welcome American soprano Karen Slack as part of this special Center Stage performance.
The free Center Stage concert features wind ensemble interpretations of heavy metal and rock ‘n’ roll with works by Frank Zappa, John Mackey, and Katahj Copley.
The series combines the school’s long-standing masters series with new programming, including festivals, ensembles in residence, and faculty recitals.
Effective immediately, Kluegel will support Boston Conservatory’s Instrumental Studies Department alongside Chair Matthew Marsit.
The four fall performances include several regional and world premieres.
The concert will feature Conservatory and College musicians, including a chorus, along with works and performances by Berklee faculty and alumni.
Associate Professor for Clarinet YaoGuang Zhai reflects on the changing landscape of classical music, his teaching philosophy, and his love for jazz.