Boston Symphony Orchestra
Fifty years ago, the BSO was performing at Symphony Hall when John F. Kennedy was shot and killed.
Both the St. Louis and Boston Symphony Orchestras are baseball lovers.
Andris Nelsons, the new music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, will not be able to conduct at Tanglewood this weekend because of a concussion suffered at his home in Germany, the BSO reported Monday in a prepared statement.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra is opening the 2013 season at Tanglewood on Friday night with an all-Tchaikovsky opening night concert in the Koussevitzky Music Shed beginning at 8:30 p.m.
Boston is one of the best cities in the world for classical music performance venues.
World-renowned conductor Andris Nelsons has been named music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
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From family fun to the arts, there is something geared toward every age group around the holidays. Here are some of the best.
The clear crisp mornings of New England signal the coming of the holiday concert season in Boston. Don’t miss the best of this year’s holiday offerings at some of the best venues in the city.
With institutions like the New England Conservatory and organizations like the Boston Symphony Orchestra, nary has a week gone by without a noteworthy performance.