Golf & Tennis Tournament
June 7, 2012 Dedham Country & Polo Club www.bostonconservatory.edu/golf
Scholarship Tea 2011 More photos available at www.bostonconservatory.edu/tea
An International Visit
This past November, The Boston Conservatory hosted several members of the Beijing Dance Company, China’s world- renowned, premiere professional dance company, for a unique cultural exchange. Dancers from Beijing Dance gave a stunning showcase of their work and taught Boston Conservatory dance students some fundamental techniques of traditional Chinese dance training.
Boston Conservatory dance students with the Beijing Dance Company.
(L-R) Development officer Mary Giurleo with the Henry Francis Barrows Scholars Kevin Price (B.M. ’12, clarinet), Brian Dillon (B.F.A. ’12, theater), Stephen Markarian (B.F.A. ’13, theater), Antoni Scarano (B.M. ’13, voice) and President Richard Ortner. Markarian is the first Karl and Sonya Feitelberg Scholar.
Flash Mob At Legal Harborside
On October 24, percussion and string students staged The Boston Conservatory’s first flash mob at Legal Harborside in honor of National Food Day. Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick was among the patrons who were surprised by a flash mob using pots and pans as instruments.
(L-R) John Helyar (B.M. ’15, violin) with Jennie Chan and Arlene Green of the Foundation for the Advancement of String Education and President Richard Ortner. Helyar is the first Dr. George Bornoff Scholar.
(On back cover) Waltrude Lampe with Paige Kiefner (B.M. ’15, voice). Kiefner is the first Ernst Lampe Scholar.
President Richard Ortner inducted into SAI Music Fraternity
(L-R) Boston Conservatory President Richard Ortner, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Legal Seafood CEO Roger Berkowitz.
(L-R) Stephanie Brynne Pulver (M.M. ’13, voice), Molly Bouchard (B.M. ’12, voice), President Richard Ortner, Stephanie McGurren (B.M. ’12, flute) and Katy Giorgio, assistant to the Music Division Director.
Reynaliz Herrera (B.M. ’12, percussion), Brandon Ilaw (B.M. ’14, percussion),
Max Judelson (B.M. ’12, double bass), David Luidens (B.M. ’13, percussion), Nate Tucker (B.M. ’12, percussion) and guest Claudia Hansen.
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