2014 - 2015 Season
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60 minutes or less
Meet the performers
Free post-concert reception
South Shore Conservatory is grateful to Boston Private Bank & Trust Company for their generous sponsorship of the Conservatory Concert Series. Because of Boston Private Bank's support, we are able to present the outstanding faculty of the Conservatory in concerts that are free to the public, advancing our mission of expanding access to arts education and performance. The Concert Series celebrates the extraordinary talent of our faculty, which is matched by their skill and dedication as educators.
|Made in America
February 8, 4 pm, Ellison Center for the Arts, Duxbury, MA
February 15, 4 pm, Cox Hall, South Shore Conservatory, Hingham, MA
Before there was rock and roll, R&B and jazz, there was American Roots - the foundation for all that came later. A rollicking ensemble, led by Katy Boc, takes us on a truly American musical journey.
|Homecoming: SSC Alumni in Concert
March 15, 4 pm, Cox Hall, South Shore Conservatory, Hingham, MA
Some of SSC's most talented alumni return to wow us with a wealth of musical styles from large percussion to opera singing divas!
|From Vienna with Love: An All-Mozart Extravaganza
April 19, 4 pm, Ellison Center for the Arts, Duxbury, MA
May 3, 4 pm, Cox Hall, South Shore Conservatory, Hingham, MA
SSC's all-star faculty perform music by the incomparable W.A. Mozart.
|Cedar Hill Jazz Club
June 19, 7 pm, Carr Amphitheater, South Shore Conservatory, Hingham, MA
Ed Sorrentino and Ed Broms bring the popular Jazz/Rock/Pop faculty to the Carr Amphitheater for another blockbuster event!
|World's End at SSC
October 12, 4 pm, Ellison Center for the Arts, Duxbury, MA
October 19, 4 pm, Cox Hall, South Shore Conservatory, Hingham, MA
Glorious classical music in a true chamber setting with the World's End Trio -
|In Love and War: The Music of World War I
November 9, 4 pm, Cox Hall, South Shore Conservatory, Hingham, MA
November 16, 4 pm, Ellison Center for the Arts, Duxbury, MA
SSC faculty performs works that represent the profound ability of the human spirit to transcend tragedy through intensely personal art that reaches across boundaries and speaks to the commonality of the human experience.
Featured works: Impromptu by Jacque Ibert, Le tombeau de Couperin by Maurice Ravel and Ludlow and Teme by Ivor Gurney
December 14, 4 pm, Cox Hall, South Shore Conservatory, Hingham, MA
The voices belong to the SSC Voice Faculty and the music belongs to the celebrations of the season. Together they create an irresistible afternoon of music.