The Boston Symphony Orchestra’s 2013-2014 Season began on September 21, 2013 and lasts until April 26, 2014. It is one of the most thrilling Boston Events focused on music that you will find in Boston.
The special group of musicians includes some of the most accomplished individual instrumentalists, vocalists, and conductor’s of our time, and tickets are on sale now to see the Orchestra at the Boston Symphony Hall Box Office.
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If you’re visiting Boston for an extended period of time, you’ll have the thrilling opportunity to view multiple presentations of masterpieces like Britten’s War Requiem, under the direction of Charles Dutoit, and Strauss’s Salome, with conductor Andris Nelsons. Even if you’re only visiting Boston for a few days, however, make sure that you reserve an evening to witness beautiful performances like Golijov’s St. Mark Passion, let by Robert Spano, or a Beethoven Piano Concerto with master interpreter Yefim Bronfman and conductor Christoph von Dohnanyi.
The 2013-2014 season features beloved large-scale masterworks as well as some of the most heralded solo artists performing today. Boston Symphony Orchestra concert-goers were thrilled to attend an All Brahms Program on September 21st, for the season opener, and the closing performance of the season promises to be just as incredible, as Lorin Maazel will lead 3 programs from April 17-26 to finish the series.
In between opening and closing day for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of feature pianists, such as Jonathan Biss, who performs the world premiere of Bernard Rand’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra.
Also scheduled to perform are Garrick Ohlsson, performing the world premier of Justin Dello Joio’s Piano Concerto, under the direction of BSO Assistant Conductor Andris Poga, and Richard Goode, who presents an all-Mozart program. Secure your tickets today and your Guest Room at The Boston Park Plaza Hotel - A Luxury Boston Hotel.