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The Metropolitan Opera Takes to the Parks

Monday, June 25, 2018 The New Yorker

Conservatory alumna Gabriella Reyes de Ramírez (B.M. '16, voice) is featured in the New Yorker for headlining a series of free concerts in the parks of New York City along with other members of the Metropolitan Opera.

Cast Set for North Shore Music Theatre’s 'Peter Pan'

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 Playbill

The North Shore Music Theatre's production of Peter Pan features Conservatory student Victoria Byrd (B.F.A. '20, musical theater) as Tiger Lily and Liza, as well as alumni Joy Clark (M.F.A. '16, musical theater) and Daniel Gold (associate alumnus '16, contemporary dance) in the ensemble.

Antonina Styczen-Leszczynska Among 2018 Astral National Auditions Winners

Monday, June 11, 2018 Astral Blog

Conservatory student Antonina Styczen-Leszczynska (P.S.C. '18, A.D. '20, flute) is a winner of the 2018 Astral National Auditions, a prestigious competition that has helped launch the careers of several leading young artists through career development mentorship.
 

Video Premiere: Bent Knee—“Paper Earth” (Live)

Tuesday, June 5, 2018 New Noise

Boston Conservatory Percussion Ensemble collaborated with the Boston-based experimental rock band Bent Knee to create "Paper Earth," a 30-minute, six-movement song cycle that made its U.S. premiere in Boston in May 2018.

Theater Review: "The Wiz": Not in Kansas Anymore

Tuesday, June 5, 2018 The Arts Fuse

The Arts Fuse praises musical theater alumnae Salome Smith’s and Yewande Odetoyinbo’s (both M.F.A. '18) portrayals of Dorothy and Addaperle, respectively, in the Lyric Stage Company of Boston’s production of The Wiz.

Guerilla Opera Works with Visually Impaired Patron to Make New Works Accessible

Tuesday, June 5, 2018 GuerillaOpera.org

Conservatory ensemble-in-residence Guerilla Opera has launched an accessibility initiative for visually impaired audience members that included tactile tours of the set, large-print program books, audio guides, and more. The performance, called Emergence I, featured compositions by faculty members Marti Epstein and Mischa Salkind-Pearl.

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