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For the eighth consecutive year, Lynn University’s Conservatory of Music hosted its Gingerbread Holiday Concert on in the Great Hall of the Boca Raton Resort on Sunday, Dec. 12.
The concert, under the baton of Albert-George Schram, and presented by the Friends of the Conservatory and sponsored by Bank of America, featured seasonal classics performed exclusively by the student-musicians who comprise Lynn’s Philharmonia Orchestra.
Schram assumed position of music director and conductor of Lynn’s Philharmonia in 2003. A native of the Netherlands, he has long been associated with some of the country's leading orchestras. Before coming to Lynn, Schram was the resident conductor of the Florida Philharmonic.
Co-chairs Mary Anna Fowler and Pam Coffey delivered on their promise with a very festive afternoon for children of all ages, complete with visits with Santa and Gingerbread figures and a sing-a-long where children were invited to gather with Jolly Old St. Nick in front of the stage.
All proceeds from the concert benefit student scholarships in Lynn’s Conservatory of Music.
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