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Critic’s Choice for 2016-17 season – Sep 01, 2016

From music by traditional masters to Britten, Adès, Benjamin, and beyond, […]

Shostakovich and flow: Andris Nelsons talks about the Russian composer, and his growing bond with BSO musicians – Mar 23, 2016

The music director’s office in Symphony Hall is a plain, high-ceilinged […]

Bard in Boston: Andris Nelsons talks music and Shakespeare   – Jan 26, 2016

What music suits a Bard best? Beginning Thursday and continuing through […]

Top Ten Performances of 2015 – Dec 22, 2015

1. Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Bruckner’s Symphony No. […]

Having weathered a century of storms, the Longy School is marking its centennial in style – Sep 22, 2015

September is a busy time for Boston’s conservatories as students return […]

From Shakespeare to Shostakovich, a packed season of music is on tap in Boston – Sep 08, 2015

Boston’s 2015-2016 music season promises to enlighten listeners with a variety […]

Soprano Alvarez, BLO ready to bring Boston its first “Kátya” – Mar 10, 2015

“Janáček is special,” says conductor David Angus. “Kátya Kabanová doesn’t get […]

Anne Sofie von Otter still looking for new musical worlds to conquer – Jan 20, 2015

“I have copious amounts of energy,” said Grammy Award-winning mezzo-soprano Anne […]

The Top Ten Performances of 2014 – Dec 22, 2014

1. Maurizio Pollini: Schumann and Chopin Following a series of cancellations […]

After 20 years, Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony are still coloring outside the lines – Nov 15, 2014

Nearly 41 years ago, a lanky 29-year-old stepped onto the stage […]