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Conservatory Concert Series

2016 - 2017 Season

60 minutes or less

Comfortable dress

Meet the performers

Free post-concert reception

We are proud 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.

Reserve Your Complimentary Tickets!

Audience members are encouraged to reserve their seat by leaving their name and number of guests on SSC's box office line at 781-749-7565, ext. 22 or by reserving online

For information about accessibility and accommodations, please visit our Know Before You Go page.


March 12, 4 pm
64 St. George Street, Duxbury
March 19, 4 pm
One Conservatory Drive, Hingham

Join Piano department Chair Jonathan Roberts as he and the SSC Piano faculty play music they love. Be inspired by what inspires them! Music from Classical to Jazz showcases the diversity and brilliance of these performers.

Past Concerts
SSC Debuts
October 16, 4 pm
One Conservatory Drive, Hingham

Meet SSC's newest stars! Starring Devon Morin, baritone; Jesse Stiglich, percussion; Christine Hedden, fiddle; Bob Marlatt, horn; Siu Yan Luk, piano; Andrew Moreschi, trumpet; Allyson Lynch, soprano; and Emily Hale, violin; this concert showcases our faculty playing and speaking about the music they love!


Gypsy Caravan: The Fire and Passion of Hungarian Style
November 13, 4 pm
64 St. George Street, Duxbury
November 20, 4 pm (generously sponsored by The Avis and Harold Goldstein Trust, features a performance by SSC student trio with Jennifer Boyd, piano, Sarah Calame, violin and Francesca Corrado, cello.)
One Conservatory Drive, Hingham

Composers have long come under the spell of Hungarian music, with its exotic gypsy-infused flavor. This program features music of Liszt, Brahms, and Ravel, all of whom succumbed to the guilty pleasure of writing in gypsy style. Works include Tzigane, by Ravel, and Zigeunerlieder and Rondo all Zingarese from Piano Quartet No. 1, by Brahms. Faculty performers include Mark Goodman, piano; Sassan Haghigi, cello; Aleksandra Labinska, violin; Beth MacLeod, mezzo-soprano; Cassie Sulbaran, viola; and Eugene Kaminsky, piano.

Holiday Favorites
December 11, 4 pm
Derby Academy, 56 Burditt Avenue, Hingham

SSC celebrates the holidays with our friends at Derby Academy as SSC faculty members present timeless holiday favorites. This larger space allows many more families to enjoy this standing-room-only holiday event. Concert Coordinator, Sarah Troxler

Join us after the concert for some holiday refreshments and music by SSC's amazing student bassoon quartet!

In Matters of Love
February 12, 2017, 4 pm
64 St. George Street, Duxbury

Let SSC's dynamic voice faculty set the mood with their favorite love songs, certain to entice, soothe, and fill you with warmth. Discover the personal connection between song and vocalist as you are serenaded in a variety of musical styles, from classical and jazz to Broadway and pop.