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All Newton Music School Celebrates Director Paulette Bowes' 30th Year

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Nov 18, 2016

On Sunday, October 23rd, executive director of All Newton Music School, Paulette Bowes performed a sold out concert commemorating her 30-year tenure. A clarinetist, Bowes performed the Mozart and Weber Quintets and "The Shepherd on the Rock" with members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and leading freelancers.

"It has been such an honor and privilege to be the director for these past three decades. How satisfying to see the school thriving, with new programs, an amazing faculty and staff, and an incredibly supportive board and volunteers. We are finishing up a two million dollar building renovation which will allow our students and community to move forward enjoying live music for decades to come.”

President of the board, Chris Markiewicz, addressed the audience thanking Paulette for her years of dedication and enthusiasm in leading the school.

Paulette was recognized for her commitment to ANMS with citations from the MA House of Representatives and the MA State Senate read by the former Mayor of Newton, the Honorable David Cohen.

About All Newtown Music School

For over 100 years, the All Newton Music School has served Newton and the Greater Boston area as a valuable cultural resource for all persons interested in lessons, classes and concerts. ANMS provides quality musical instruction on all musical instruments and classes in appreciation, education, musical theatre, and more, for young children through adults. Alumni include orchestral musicians, soloists and chamber players as well as life-long music advocates.

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