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Baritone David Kravitz joins the New England Philharmonic for Gustav Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen during Saturday’s concert in Kresge Auditorium.



Richard Pittman, music director of the New England Philharmonic, concentrates on bringing the best out of his orchestra at a concert on Saturday night in Kresge Auditorium.



Last semester, 10-250 was renovated, raising the ceiling, replacing old carpet, and installing wider seats.



The MIT Symphony Orchestra is seen directed by Adam Boyles last Friday evening in Kresge Auditorium.



The MIT Symphony Orchestra performed music by Dvorak, Prokofiev, Child, and Turina in Kresge Auditorium on Friday, Oct. 10. Pictured from left to right are cellist Dong Gyun Woo ’12, Stephen R. Serene ’12, Bina Young-Bin Choi ’11, and violinist David R. Somach ’11.



The MIT Symphony Orchestra performed music by Dvorak, Prokofiev, Child, and Turina on Friday, Oct. 10 in Kresge Auditorium. Pictured in the center is violinist David R. Somach ’12.



Directed by Adam Boyles, the MIT Symphony Orchestra performed Peter Child’s Punkie Night, a Halloween themed piece.



Phyllis, played by Kaila Deiorio-Haggar ’11, and Strephon, played by Mark Costello, perform during “Good Morrow, Good Lover” in the MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Players’ spring 2009 production, “Iolanthe,” on Saturday, May 9 in La Sala de Puerto Rico.



Fairies open the scene with the song “Tripping Hither, Tripping Thither” during the MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Players’ spring 2009 production, “Iolanthe,” on Saturday, May 9 in La Sala de Puerto Rico.



The ensemble looks upon the law of the Fairies during the MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Players’ spring 2009 production, “Iolanthe,” on Saturday, May 9 in La Sala de Puerto Rico. From left to right are the Fairy Queen, played by Amanda Keil; the Lord Chancellor, played by Andrew Bobson Sweet; and Iolanthe, played by Roselin Osser SM ’07.


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