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Mon26 Oct 202008:00:PM Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium,New York,NYBoston Symphony Orchestra: Andris Nelsons & Augustin Hadelich - Haydn & Britten
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Since its first performance at the Old Boston Music Hall in 1881, Boston Symphony Orchestra has been providing entertaining classical music for its audience. With its various live performances, the Boston Symphony takes you on an unforgettable musical journey. By buying the Boston Symphony Orchestra tickets, get on board with the symphony’s acclaimed conductors and be treated to the symphonies of composers like Mahler and Sibelius. Every year, amazing concerts are scheduled at various times of the year in different cities across the United States and Europe. In US, the concerts of the orchestra are played either at the Symphony Hall or the Tanglewood Music Center. This summer, it’s the turn of Tanglewood Music Center, where the concerts of Wagner, Bach, Verdi Requiem, Haydn and Beethoven among many others have been scheduled. If you want to attend any of these concerts, get your hands on the tickets and let your senses relax as the musical bliss takes you over.

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About Boston Symphony Orchestra

Based in Massachusetts, Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) is among those five orchestras of America which are regarded as the ‘Big Five’.  The foundation of the orchestra was laid down in 1881, by Henry Lee Higginson, a philanthropist and Civil War veteran. The first conductor in the orchestra’s history was George Henschel, a close friend of Johannes Brahms and a noted baritone of that time. The last music director who served BSO stepped down from his directorship in 2011, owing to poor health. Before him, twelve different directors had served the orchestra from time to time. Some noted names among these directors include Karl Muck, Serge Koussevitzky, Max Fiedler, Charles Munch, Seiji Ozawa, Henri Rabaud and Wilhelm Gericke.

Since its establishment, the Boston Symphony Orchestra has successfully performed all over the world, covering various cities in America and Europe. The orchestra has also given performances in Japan, Hong Kong, China and South America.
In addition to these worldwide tours, BSO has reached millions of its audience through its radio and television recordings. The orchestra is also playing an active role to commission new works of some of the important composers of modern world. The summer season of the Boston Symphony Orchestra at the Tanglewood Music Center is one of the most anticipated festivals of the world. The festival aims to develop the talent of young musicians through its various programs such as, BSO Youth Concerts and Boston Community Outreach Program.

BSO serves as an inspiration for all the young prospective conductors, composers, vocalists and instrumentalists. It is one of the most famous chamber ensembles consisting of the world’s finest orchestra players. Presenting more than 250 concerts annually, the Boston Symphony Orchestra has richly fulfilled the vision of its founder, Henry Lee and has thus become the great orchestra of Boston. With its Boston Pop Orchestra activities, BSO has established an international standard for the lighter music performances. This is how the Boston Symphony Orchestra is fulfilling its mission of fostering an organization dedicated to the creation of highly inspired music. The orchestra is also keeping up with its educational training programs through the constant support of its audience as well as some generous businesses, individuals and government.

Awaited eagerly by the music lovers, the summer season of Boston Symphony Orchestra has successfully established itself as one of the most important music festivals of the world. Sponsored by the Tanglewood Music Center, this festival is an important ground for all the upcoming young composers and vocalists to prove themselves. This year, the amazing line-up of the artists scheduled to perform at the orchestra include John Oliver, Vladimir Jurowski, Lothar Koenigs, Andris Nelsons and many others. To attend any of the classical performances by these talented artists, get cheap Boston Symphony Orchestra tickets now before they are sold out.

Boston Symphony Orchestra Tickets PRICES

As of 08/07/2020 the average Boston Symphony Orchestra tickets will cost you between $276 and $297, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium, New York on 14/04/2021. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 26/10/2020 at the Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium, New York.
Minimum get in price is for Boston Symphony Orchestra tickets is $106 for the event being held at the Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium, New York on 14/04/2021 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium, New York on 26/10/2020 will set you back $115.

Event City Venue Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price (Minimum Price)
Boston Symphony Orchestra: Andris Nelsons & Augustin Hadelich - Haydn & BrittenNew YorkCarnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium26-Oct-20$297$115
Boston Symphony Orchestra: Andris Nelsons & Kristine Opolais - ShostakovichNew YorkCarnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium14-Apr-21$276$106

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