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New Arts Concentration Members Announced

May 19, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Every spring, a number of students are admitted into the ranks of Arts Concentration. Arts Con, as the program in known, is one of the seven selective signature programs on campus. As Choate’s website puts it, Arts Con is a “program intended for students who are passionate, disciplined and ableRead More

Spring Recitals

Spring Recitals

May 27, 2016 at 6:49 am 2 comments

Gabriel Valle Gabriel Valle’s ’16 violin serenaded the audience during his senior recital, held on Sunday, May 22, at the Seymour St. John Chapel. Valle, who has played violin for 14 years, is in orchestra and the Arts Concentration program. Regarding his decision to perform, Valle stated, “Apart from theRead More

Arts Con Seniors Bid Farewell

Arts Con Seniors Bid Farewell

May 27, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

As a final goodbye to their art career at Choate, senior Visual Arts Concentration students Rebecca Bernstein ’16, Daphne Harrington ’16, Caitlin Chiocchio ’16, and Anika Zetterberg ’16 showcased their best work on May 15 in the Paul Mellon Arts Center. Bernstein’s display consisted of an array of black andRead More

Curtain Call: Drew Springer-Miller ’16

Curtain Call: Drew Springer-Miller ’16

May 13, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Eager students, parents, and teachers congregated in the Recital Hall on Saturday, April 23, to watch the long-awaited senior recital for Drew Springer-Miller ’16. The audience came to witness what was the culmination of Springer-Miller’s artistic legacy at Choate. Springer-Miller is known for her skills in acting, having participated inRead More

McDougal astonished the audience with her innate musical talent.

McDougal’s Piano Resonates for Last Time at Senior Recital

April 15, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

On Sunday, April 10, Morgan McDougal ’16 amazed crowds in the chapel with her amazing skill at her senior recital. Her variety of abilities at Choate extends from golf to music, but one of her greatest strengths, as those who attended the concert can support, lies in the piano. TheRead More

In the PMAC with Mika Shevchenko ’16

In the PMAC with Mika Shevchenko ’16

April 8, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Maria Shevchenko-Masnyj ’16, known to her friends as Mika, is one of the most compelling and talented artists in our very own little theatrical world. With her fierce personality and ability to interpret a wide range of characters, Shevchenko-Masnyj has contributed to our school through the performing arts and herRead More