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

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BostonLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
David Angus; Yuval Sharon; Boston Lyric Opera; John Conklin; Jessica Jahn; Boston Lyric Opera Orchestra; Boston Lyric Opera Chorus

BostonAndris Nelsons conducts Bernstein, Ogonek and Shostakovich

Ogonek, Bernstein, Shostakovich
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Andris Nelsons; Jennifer Koh; Tanglewood Festival Chorus; James Burton

BostonAndrés Orozco-Estrada conducts Bartók, Enescu, Mozart and Tchaikovsky

Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Bartók, Enescu
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Andrés Orozco-Estrada; Emanuel Ax

BostonAndris Nelsons conducts Mahler's Symphony no. 6

Mahler: Symphony no. 6 in A minor "Tragic"
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Andris Nelsons

BostonBoston Symphony Chamber Players

Boston Symphony Chamber Players

BostonAndris Nelsons conducts Beethoven and Shostakovich

Beethoven, Shostakovich
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Andris Nelsons; Dame Mitsuko Uchida
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A Rachmaninov troika from Odyssey Opera, with one lame horse

Gil Rose conducts all three of Rachmaninov's operas in Boston, with impressive performances making a convincing case for at least two of them. 
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Pappano conducts a probing, powerful War Requiem

Sir Antonio Pappano molds a dramatic yet intimate performance of Britten's great choral work, powerful and moving.
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Blunt force trauma: a flawed Wozzeck in Boston

When a voice as potent as Christine Goerke’s has to push to be heard, you know there’s a problem.
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Simplicity and sophistication: Blomstedt, Helmchen and the BSO

The whole performance, which drew thematic parallels between Mozart and Bruckner, was a master class in eliciting more with less.
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A welcome return for Jakub Hrůša to Boston

Omicron may have led to the cancellation of Janáček's choral epic, but Lukás Vondráček stepped in to perform Rachmaninov. 
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Light in the saddle, Igor Levit rides a warhorse in Boston

Elim Chan and Igor Levit make successful Boston Symphony debuts performing Brahms' Second Piano Concerto. 
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