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Boston Classical Review wants you!

Tue Mar 14, 2023 at 1:13 pm

By Lawrence A. Johnson


Boston Classical Review has an immediate need for concert reviewers.

A strong and deep knowledge of classical repertory is required as well as first-class writing skills. Classical reviewing and/or journalism experience is preferred but not mandatory.

Please send a CV with clips or links to editor Lawrence A. Johnson at

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