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PHOTOS: Boston College Arts Festival 2016

More than 1,000 musicians and performers are taking part for this year's celebration.
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    Nizar Fares, Music Director of BC's Middle East Ensemble, plays the oud while Soraya |Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Connecticut sophomore Rachel Loos |Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Christina Iacampo, senior and James Rosboro, sophomore|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    The Heightsmen, a BC a capella group|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    The Bostonians, a BC a capella group|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Marilyn Shi, a senior from New York|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Katelyn Johnson, a senior from Pennsylvania givesCristina Gulias, a sophomore from Sp|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Alyssa Jones, a freshman from California and freshman Liz Tuten, of Maryland.

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    Kelsey Kosten, a Colorado freshman whose forehead was themodel for the painting behin|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    "War On Oil," by Andrea Dauhajre|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    "War On Oil," by Andrea Dauhajre|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Connecticut sophomore Rachel Loos |Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    Julia James, a junior from Philadelphia, sings while Andrew Gaffney, a senior from Il|Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

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    |Derek Kouyoumjian/Metro

Boston College again celebrated art and theater, dancing and musical performanceon campus Thursday for its annual arts festival.

More than 1,000 from the college's faculty and student body are taking part this year.

Programming began on Thursday and runs through Saturday.

Learn more on BC's website and find the full schedule of events at www.bc.edu.

 

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