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Jazz recording artist, composer, teacher, and former Loomis Concert Band Director Kris Allen was back on the Island this week to work with music students and perform with his jazz band, The Kris Allen Quartet.
A $12 million bequest from the estate of Robert P. Hubbard '47 represents the largest single gift received by The Loomis Chaffee School in its history.
The girls soccer team won the Class A New England Championship with a 3-1 victory over Worcester Academy in the finals on Sunday afternoon.
Loomis Chaffee math students enjoy many opportunities to put their passion for numbers into action at tournaments, through online competitions, and at affinity events this year.
The volleyball and the boys & girls soccer teams have earned berths in their respective New England tournaments for their incredible records this season.
Charles Fidlar '57, a vocal musician, conductor, and teacher, returned to the Island to share his professional expertise with students in the Chamber Singers.
Suzy Thompson '72 and daughter Allegra Thompson '06 of Thompsonia brought their unique family blend of old-time, bluegrass, Americana, and folk music to Loomis Chaffee on November 7 and 8.
The boys and girls varsity cross country teams both won the Founders League Championship at Choate on Saturday.
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