Boston Symphony Orchestra Returns To In-Person Performances For The First Time In 18 MonthsSince March 2020, the BSO has taken the stage at Symphony Hall to perform virtually, but members of the orchestra admit nothing beats an in-person audience.
Boston Symphony Orchestra To Resume In-Person Performances In Late SeptemberThe Boston Symphony Orchestra on Friday announced plans to reopen Symphony Hall and resume in-person performances.
'I Burst Into Tears': COVID Relief Bill Provides Hope For Boston TheatersThe Save Our Stages Act passed as part of the COVID-19 relief bill.
BSO Returns With Virtual Performances For Holiday SeasonThey have been shut down since March due the pandemic, now the sweet sounds of the Boston Symphony Orchestra are back.
Boston Symphony Orchestra To Perform Rolling Recitals At Boston Hospitals, Boys & Girls ClubThe performances will be outside and conducted in a physically-distanced manner.
Boston Symphony Orchestra Cancels Holiday Pops SeriesThe Boston Symphony Orchestra has canceled the 2020 Holiday Pops series along with the winter/spring portion of the BSO 2020-2021 season.
Boston Symphony Orchestra Holding Rolling Recitals In City ThursdayMembers of the strings section will board a Duck Boat and perform pop-up recitals across the city.
Boston Symphony Orchestra To Stream ConcertBoston Symphony Orchestra fans will be able to stream one of their full concerts for free starting Sunday afternoon.
Boston Symphony Orchestra To Play Free Concerts After Coronavirus Concerns Cancel Asia TourThe Boston Symphony Orchestra is holding some free concerts after being forced to cancel its Asia tour due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Boston Symphony Orchestra Cancels East Asia Tour Over Coronavirus ConcernsThe BSO was scheduled to play in Seoul, Taipei, Hong Kong and Shanghai in February.
Flute Player Hoping To Reach Agreement With Boston Symphony Orchestra Amid Equal Pay LawsuitShe's suing the BSO for $200,000 in back pay.
John Williams Composition About Ghost Making World PremiereA new John Williams composition about a ghost said to have scared Leonard Bernstein is making its world premiere.
Flute Player Sues Boston Symphony Orchestra Under New Equal Pay LawThe top flute player for the Boston Symphony Orchestra has sued the organization under Massachusetts' new equal pay law.
Musicians Ask Boston Symphony Orchestra To Diversify Its ProgrammingMore than 60 musicians are calling for the Boston Symphony Orchestra to include more female composers and composers of color in its programming.
Met Opera Suspends Ties With Former BSO Director James LevineNew York's Metropolitan Opera says it's suspending its relationship with longtime conductor James Levine pending an investigation into multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.