Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Boston, MA, United States

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December 2017
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BostonGiancarlo Guerrero conducts Tchaikovsky and Bernstein

Tchaikovsky, Bernstein
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero; Tanglewood Festival Chorus

BostonAndris Nelsons conducts Bernstein and Shostakovich

Bernstein, Shostakovich
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Andris Nelsons; Jean-Yves Thibaudet

BostonBernstein evening

David Angus; David Schweizer; Boston Lyric Opera; Marcus DeLoach; Heather Johnson

BostonThe Nutcracker

Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker
Marius Petipa; Lev Ivanov; Miko Nissinen; Boston Ballet; Robert Perdziola

BostonFrançois-Xavier Roth conducts Méhul, Mozart and Beethoven

Méhul, Mozart, Beethoven
Boston Symphony Orchestra; François-Xavier Roth; Benjamin Grosvenor

BostonCasual Fridays

Mozart: Piano Concerto no. 21 in C major, K467
Boston Symphony Orchestra; François-Xavier Roth; Benjamin Grosvenor
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Boston's Nutcracker

Christmas tradition is valued deeply in New England, and it is only fitting that the region’s penultimate production of The Nutcracker be an utterly classic experience.
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Panoramas, Potions and Prokofiev

Under Andris Nelsons’ direction, the Boston Symphony Orchestra turn Strauss’ Alpine Symphony into a searching spiritual journey.
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Killer Bs: Beethoven, Bruckner and Buchbinder in Boston

Mahler had Walter, Mitropoulos and, most importantly, Bernstein to champion him in the US. Bruckner was never as fortunate... until now. When Andris Nelsons succeeded James Levine as Music Director of the Boston Symphony, he specifically mentioned Bruckner as a composer he would program regularly, in marked contrast to his predecessor’s antipathy.
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Divine fire and refulgent power

When orchestra members smile, it’s a sure sign something special is happening. 
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Attend The Tale of Burke and Hare

Despite its title, the victims dominate Julian Grant and Mark Campbell’s caustic one-act opera. 
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Boston Ballet: Obsidian Tear bill

Boston Ballet opens the 2017-2018 season with a program full of power, grace and artistic unity
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