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  • Boston Symphony Orchestra - Boulanger, Debussy, and Puccini

    Until Feb 23, 2019

  • Boston Symphony Orchestra - Britten, Boulanger, and Debussy

    Feb 22, 2019

  • Boston Symphony Orchestra - Dvorak's Stabat Mater

    Feb 28 - Mar 2, 2019

  • Boston Symphony Orchestra - Liszt, Ades, and Tchaikovsky

    Mar 7 - 9, 2019

  • Boston Symphony Orchestra - Renee Fleming and Strauss

    Mar 14 - 16, 2019

Boston Symphony Orchestra - Boulanger, Debussy, and Puccini Poster

Boston Symphony Orchestra - Boulanger, Debussy, and Puccini

Until February 23, 2019

The Boston Symphony Orchestra continues with their string of Operas in Concert with Puccini's one-act Suor Angelica (Sisters Angelica). With renowned soprano Kristine Opolais taking the lead in the titular role the Boston Symphony Orchestra enchants in this evening of glorious music.

Boston Symphony Orchestra - Britten, Boulanger, and Debussy Poster

Boston Symphony Orchestra - Britten, Boulanger, and Debussy

February 22, 2019

Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony Orchestra invite audiences to relive the whimsy and camaraderie of their youth during a program of works by Benjamin Britten, Nadia Boulanger and Claude Debussy, featuring the Boston Symphony Children's Choir and local female company the Lorelei Ensemble.

Boston Symphony Orchestra - Dvorak's Stabat Mater Poster

Boston Symphony Orchestra - Dvorak's Stabat Mater

February 28 - March 2, 2019

In the latter months on 1875, a 35 year-old Antonin Dvorak suffered a great tragedy, the passing of his new born daughter Josefa. Six months later, the then-little known composer put pen to paper and composed the soaring cantata the Stabat Mater, a work without commission written completely for himself. Using the words of the Franciscan monks' 13th century Latin poem of the title, which explored Mary's grief when her son Jesus passed, Dvorak created a profoundly moving masterpiece that takes listeners on an emotional journey through despair to spiritual healing, concluding with an optimistic finale.

Boston Symphony Orchestra - Liszt, Ades, and Tchaikovsky Poster

Boston Symphony Orchestra - Liszt, Ades, and Tchaikovsky

March 7 - 9, 2019

In 2016, renowned British conductor/composer Thomas Ades was appointed the Boston Symphony's Artistic Partner, marking the beginning of a beautiful musical friendship. The fruits of this creative partnership now blossom in a special four night program, featuring a brand new world premiere work composed by Ades himself for friend and frequent collaborator Kirill Gerstein. Gerstein joins the ensemble to perform the Piano Concerto before taking it to Carnegie Hall for its New York debut.

Boston Symphony Orchestra - Renee Fleming and Strauss Poster

Boston Symphony Orchestra - Renee Fleming and Strauss

March 14 - 16, 2019

Resplendent lyric soprano Renee Fleming is an opera diva that needs no introduction. Effortlessly versatile, she is universally adored for a voice that is rich with fullness and warmth, soulful legato lines and innate sense of drama and passion when it comes to creating a role. The opera icon returns to the hallowed Symphony Hall with her luminous voice, joining conductor Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony Orchestra for an all Strauss program this winter!

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301 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 2115

  • Year opened: 1900
  • Capacity: 2625

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