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Conservatory plans higher profile in Fenway

By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / August 8, 2012
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New England Conservatory, a prestigious center of music performance and education in Boston, wants to make a bold statement with its first major expansion in five decades, planning a pair of modern glass buildings that will shake up a dated section of Huntington Avenue. Newly released designs show a striking transformation of the mostly brick campus, offering transparent facades that put daily music performances on full public display. The centerpiece of the expansion is an $85 million student building on St. Botolph Street.

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