The Boston Philharmonic makes an entertaining and educational field trip for students of all ages.
If you are a teacher or school administrator looking for a field trip opportunity, consider the Boston Philharmonic! Each season, hundreds of school-aged students attend Boston Philharmonic concerts. It's a great opportunity for students to enhance their knowledge about classical music in a true concert setting. Group minimum: 10 people.
“This was my first time at an orchestral event. I did not know what to expect going in, but I was blown away by how amazing the orchestra was. It was an amazing experience that I wouldn’t trade for anything.”
—Matthew, Middlesex School
“Mr. Zander’s exuberance in his explanations of each piece brought the entire experience alive.”
–Michael, Middlesex School
“What a great educational opportunity, to be able to have Ben bring the music to life first with his explanations, then with his and the orchestra’s moving performances.”
—Mark Kross, Music Teacher, Middlesex School
"I really enjoyed listening to the violins play. It was my first time listening to Classical music. The Bartok was very moving and I can tell that they spent hours working on it. I myself will try and practice more."
—Maya, John F. Kennedy School, Somerville
Berklee College of Music
Cambridge Ringe & Latin School
Croatian School of Boston
Dever McCormack School
Josiah Quincy School
Longy School of Music
Lowell Public Schools
Metrowest Youth Symphony Orchestra
MIT Sloan School
Harvard Business School
Harvard Kennedy School
Westmount Secondary School
Worcester Public Schools
Call 617.236.0999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please note that the Boston Philharmonic does not offer separate, daytime school shows. Instead, school groups attend the regular Thursday evening or weekend concerts at a heavily discounted rate.