Best Shows In Boston For Your Valentine

February 3, 2011 2:33 PM


Want to take your Valentine to a show to show your love? Our friends at ArtsBoston shared a few suggestions to set a romantic mood for your special night. You can buy tickets to any of these performances at
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Speakeasy Stage
January 21 – February 19

This Tony Award-winning musical is based on Fellini’s film 8 ½. It’s the story of a film director who is facing mid-life and marital crises at 40. He finds himself examining his previous relationships and struggling to accept his current life.

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Rebecca Parris Trio “In Love with Parris”

Regent Theatre, Arlington
February 12

A jazz night has become a Valentine’s day tradition at Regent Theatre. This year it features jazz vocalist Rebecca Parris who will be joined by Brad Hatfield on piano, Peter Kontrimas on bass and Jim Lattini on drums.

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A Viennese Valentine

Boston Classical Orchestra
Faneuil Hall
February 13

A collection of pieces by Mozart, Haydn, Johann Strauss, Jr., and Schubert performed by the Boston Classical Orchestra, inside the cozy confines of historic Faneuil Hall.

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Pops In Love

Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra
Foxboro High School
February 13

In its third concert of its third season the Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra will bring classics to Foxboro High School including Rossini’s William Tell Overture, Sarasate’s Carmen Fantasy on Themes of Bizet, and songs by Leroy Anderson and Leonard Bernstein.

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Beethoven Chamber Series

Emmanuel Church, Boston
February 13

This is part of a continuing series in which Emmanuel Music has taken on a multi-year journey exploring the chamber and vocal music of Beethoven. The group promises the series will present the “breadth of emotion, talent and artistry of the Emmanuel musicians.” This particular performance will include Piano Trio No. 3 in C minor, op. 1; Adelaide, op. 46; Ich liebe dich so wie du mich, WoO 123; Der Kuss, op. 128; String Trio in G Major, op. 9 no. 1; and Four Ariettas and Duet, op. 82.