Announcing The Boston Philharmonic's 43rd Season!
The Boston Philharmonic and The Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra present a riveting concert season filled with orchestral favorites and featuring electrifying soloists from around the world! Call the Boston Philharmonic box office at 617-236-0999 or click the button below to subscribe. Click on the links for the individual concerts to purchase tickets for that concert.
Single tickets are now available by clicking on the links below.
All visitors must present full proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test each time they enter Symphony Hall. Fully vaccinated is defined as having had your second COVID-19 vaccination at least two weeks before your concert date.
Options for proof of vaccination:
Acceptable COVID-19 tests:
Proof of a negative test can be in the form of a photo or email of negative test results from a clinic, testing center, medical professional, or a time-stamped photo of an at-home test.
Review the current Covid-19 policies for further information.
Boston Philharmonic Orchestra
The Hebrides Overture
Violin Concerto No. 2
Stefan Jackiw, violin
Symphony No. 4
Cello Concerto No. 1
Andrei Ioniță, cello
Symphony No. 3 "Eroica"
Adagio for Strings
Symphony No. 35 (Haffner Symphony)Mahler
Symphony No. 4
Sofia Fomina, soprano
Zlatomir Fung, cello
Symphony No. 5
Piano Concerto No.3
Alexander Korsantia, piano
Symphony No. 6
* Please note that all BPO performances will feature our traditional pre-concert lecture (called the Guide to the Music) approx. 1 hour and 15 minutes in advance of the performance. For evening concerts, this means that our pre-concert lecture will take place at 6:45pm. For Sunday afternoon concerts, this means that our pre-concert lecture will take place at 1:45pm. All lectures are held in the concert venue unless otherwise noted.
** There will be no Guide to the Music prior to our BPYO performances though Maestro Zander often speaks for a few moments at the top of each of performance