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The Boston Conservatory explores 'Forbidden Love' just before Valentine's Day

The Boston Conservatory, known for its captivating live performances and wide range of renowned theatre classes, proves that in February, they are also well-versed in love. Putting a twist on the idea of Valentine’s Day, the Boston Conservatory proudly presents ‘Forbidden Love: A Valentine’s Day concert’ featuring award-winning pianist and Chamber music faculty staff member Max Levinson. This special concert will take place on Tuesday, February 11 as part of the Boston Conservatory Piano Masters Series at Seully Hall, 8 the Fenway in Boston, Massachusetts at 8 p.m.

Pianist, soloist, and Boston Conservatory Chamber music staff member, Max Levinson
Courtesy of Boston Conservatory

Max Levinson has toured nationally as a soloist, with degrees from Harvard University and a top graduate from the New England Conservatory of Music. He will explore the dynamic mystery of love and loss with moving classical numbers such as Sergei Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet,’ Robert Schumann’s ‘Fantasie in C Major Op. 17,’ and Richard Wagner’s ‘Liebestod.’

Tickets are only $15 dollars! WGBH members and Boston Conservatory Alumni attend for free! Click here for tickets, call the Boston Conservatory box office at 1-617-912-9222, and visit for upcoming performances and more information!

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