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Photo Flash: The Dog Days of Summer Arrive Early in SYLVIA

Saturday, April 22, 2017 Broadway World

Alumna Ashley Fox Linton (B.F.A. ’03, musical theater) stars in Rubicon Theatre Company’s production of the romantic comedy Sylvia, a play about a dog who finds a home with two empty nesters. Linton plays Sylvia, the hilarious canine at the center of the story.

Local music students will lift their bows at LA music fest

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 The Boston Globe

Eleven students from Boston String Academy will perform with renowned conductor Gustavo Dudamel as part of the National Take a Stand Festival, a prestigious music camp hosted by the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Cofounded by Conservatory alumnae Marielisa Alvarez (G.P.D. '11, M.M. '09, violin), Mariesther Alvarez (G.P.D. '11, M.M. '09, violin), and Taide Prieto (G.P.D. '12, P.S.C. '13, cello), Boston String Academy provides music instruction to underserved children.

PYO Announces Winners of Young Composer Competition

Monday, April 10, 2017 Philadelphia Youth Orchestra

Alan Mackwell (B.M. '20, composition) won first prize in the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra's Young Composer Competition for his piece “III. Secretly Ramses the Second.”

Bernstein Speaks Eloquently

Sunday, April 9, 2017 The Boston Musical Intelligencer

The Boston Musical Intelligencer reviews the Conservatory’s production of Bernstein’s MASS: A Theater Piece of Dancers, Players, and Singers, which was presented in April 2017.

Review: 'Once' Tour at Waterbury's Palace Theater

Saturday, April 8, 2017 OnStage

OnStage reviews NETworks Presentation's touring production of Once, with praise for Mackenzie Lesser-Roy's (B.F.A. '17, musical theater) performance in the role of "Girl."

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