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Boston Symphony Jan 27
This week, and reunite for two unforgettable programs, including celebrated works by Beethoven and Mozart. Pictured here: Bronfman performing with Nelsons and the BSO at Symphony Hall in 2015. Photo by Winslow Townson.
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Boston Symphony Jan 27
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in 1756! Pictured here: a concert performance of Mozart's The Magic Flute at Tanglewood Music Festival from 1966.
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Boston Symphony Jan 25
Feb. 1, we’re delighted to offer a sensory-friendly performance for our next BSO Concert for Very Young People. Tickets are FREE, but must be reserved ahead of time. Details at
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Boston Symphony Jan 24
Andris Nelsons is back at Symphony Hall leading the BSO through our next series of programs! Watch a piece from last night's performance:
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Boston Symphony Jan 24
Andris is back! There are still 5 opportunities to hear the BSO and Andris Nelsons together before they leave in early February for their 4-city East Asia tour. Last night's concert was a passion-filled performance of Dvořák, Shostakovich, and Barber. (Photos by Winslow Townson)
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Boston Symphony Jan 24
It was announced this week that the BSO’s recording of the Busoni Piano Concerto with was the winner of the concerto category at this year’s Awards! The recording has also been nominated for a Award. Vote now at
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Boston Symphony Jan 22
Andris Nelsons rehearsing with the BSO for our next set of concerts at Symphony Hall. Program Dates: 1/23-1/25 Watch here: Visit to see all of the BSO concerts for the 2019-2020 Season! Get your tickets today!
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Mayor Marty Walsh Jan 22
For over two decades, Mark has led the and helped grow the Symphony into one of the most respected cultural institutions in our country. Congratulations on your well-deserved retirement, and thank you for all you've done for Boston.
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Boston Pops Jan 22
Today the announced that Mark Volpe, the organization’s highly respected and long-serving President and CEO, will retire at the end of February 2021. Read more about Volpe’s indelible impact on the BSO over the last 23 years:
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Boston Symphony Jan 22
In conjunction with the BSO’s announcement of BSO President & CEO Mark Volpe’s retirement, the orchestra announces the election of respected civic leader Barbara W. Hostetter as the next Chair of the Board of Trustees. Read more here:
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Boston Symphony Jan 22
Today the BSO announced that Mark Volpe, the organization’s highly respected and long-serving President and CEO, will retire at the end of February 2021. Read more about Volpe’s indelible impact on the BSO over the last 23 years:
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Boston Symphony Jan 21
Feb. 27–28, March 3, soloist Johannes Moser returns to Symphony Hall for the first BSO performances since 1997 of English composer William Walton’s Cello Concerto: Pictured here: Moser and conductor Ludovic Morlot in 2016. Photo by Liza Voll.
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Boston Symphony Jan 19
Tonight, immerse yourself in an evening of music at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall with the Boston Symphony Chamber Players: Photo by Hilary Scott.
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Boston Symphony Jan 18
Enjoy great music and great company in Symphony Hall this winter. Use promo code 2forTues and get 2 tickets for the price of one on select Tuesday performances. Details at Photo by Winslow Townson
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Boston Symphony Jan 17
Taking the stage at Symphony Hall in his subscription series debut, BSO Assistant Conductor Yu-An Chang leads the orchestra through a program of Lee, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky. Here is a clip of Tchaikovsky, Symphony No. 3. Watch here:
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Boston Globe Arts Jan 16
Chihchun Chi-sun Lee honors Taiwanese heritage in world premiere of "Formosan Triptych" at . talks inspiration, technique, and culture with the composer.
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Boston Symphony Jan 17
This Sunday at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall, join the Boston Symphony Chamber Players for a program of works by Brahms, Reinecke, Schulhoff and more: Photo by Hilary Scott.
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Boston Symphony Jan 16
Tonight, the BSO performs the world premiere of Chihchun Chi-sun Lee's "Formosan Triptych," the BSO's first commissioned work by a Taiwanese composer. " If no one else has tried something before, I get excited and want to be the first.” More below!
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Boston Symphony Jan 11
Introducing 2️⃣for Tuesday! Get 2 tickets for the price of one on select Tuesday performances. Details at
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Boston Symphony Jan 10
Mozart called the organ "the king of instruments" and last night you understood why. Conductor Alain Altinoglu, organist , and the BSO performed a royal program of Saint-Saëns' Organ Symphony and Poulenc's Concerto for Organ, String Orchestra, and Timpani.
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