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.
Former BSO Conductor James Levine Investigated For Alleged Sex AbuseJames Levine resigned as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in 2011.
Beyond Beyonce: Boston Symphony Orchestra Taking It To The StreetsStarting this month, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is reaching out to its host city's more diverse neighborhoods to get a better grasp of their cultural roots and needs.
Eye On Education: Youth Concerts Bring Students To Symphony HallThousands of school children sit in Symphony Hall--some for the first time--but this isn't the stuffy concert they were probably expecting.
Boston Symphony Orchestra Conducts Score For 'Boston' DocumentaryThe score of "Boston-The Documentary" has been brought to life by composer Jeff Beal and the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Boston Symphony Loans Patrons iPads For 'Casual Fridays'As part of an effort to draw in a younger audience, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is loaning select patrons iPads loaded with content specific to each performance.
All Things Travel: Boston Symphony Hits High Note In EuropeThe Boston Symphony Orchestra opened their winter season at Symphony Hall on October 1 after a very successful European tour this summer.
Boston Symphony Orchestra Begins European TourThe Boston Symphony Orchestra is heading to Europe for its first tour of the continent since 2007.
Boston Symphony Orchestra Extends Andris Nelsons' ContractThe BSO announced Monday that the new eight-year contract, which will run through 2022, replaces the original five-year deal that began last September.
Boston's Best Date Night Shows For Valentine's DaySee Boston's best singers, dancers, scientists and musicians on Valentine's Day evening in 2015.
Audio: Symphony Hall Reacts To JFK's Assassination Fifty years ago, the BSO was performing at Symphony Hall when John F. Kennedy was shot and killed.