Upcoming Events › Concerts
Renowned Massachusetts-born Swedish conductor Herbert Blomstedt returns to the Symphony Hall stage with a trio of Mozart symphonies.
Students perform a collection of traditional African American spirituals in memory of beloved Boston Conservatory at Berklee voice faculty member Robert Honeysucker.
Former New York Philharmonic music director Alan Gilbert leads a recent work by California-based composer John Adams, his "Scheherezade.2", a work composed for violinist Leila Josefowicz.
Boston- based pianist Dina Vainshtein and New England Conservatory alumnus cellist Brannon Cho team up for a program that spans musical periods and styles.
Boston Conservatory faculty members Markus Placci (violin), Jonathan Bass (piano), and Andrew Mark (cello) perform a concert of chamber works with guest ensemble, the Lydian String Quartet. Faculty member and music historian Andrew Shryock will introduce the pieces.
Original new work by David Dogan (B.M. '19, composition), Sinfonietta Composition Competition winner. Conducted by Bruce Hangen.
The touring Musicians from Marlboro return to the Gardner Museum to perform a program of Boccherini, Bartók, and Ravel.
Community Chamber Concerts build personal connections to the BSO and orchestral music, allowing community members to become more deeply engaged with the BSO over time. Each concert program lasts approximately one hour and is followed by a coffee and dessert reception for the audience and musicians.
This year, in an effort to support and engage local emerging artists, the Gardner partnered with Berklee College of Music to bring in Berklee students and alumni to perform at RISE concerts.
Join us as the Boston based music collective, A-Beez headlines with Sid Sriram in Calderwood Hall with music rooted in soul, funk, and R&B. The concert will kick off with opening act Camille Merendail at 7pm.