In partnership with the Boston Public Library, the Boston Philharmonic presents BOSTON MOSAIC, a concert series that provides accessible, authentic experiences with classical music in communities throughout the Greater Boston Area. All MOSAIC events are free and open to the public

The MOSAIC Concert Series features musicians from the Boston Philharmonic's two world renowned orchestras, and focuses on using music as a way to bring people together. Each event combines performances of classical repertoire with a structured conversation between the musicians and the audience that will illuminate both the meaning of the music and how to better engage with what we hear.

These events are sure to be a fun experience for the whole family, we hope to see you at a library branch near you!

Upcoming performers: Featuring members of the BPYO!

MOSAIC ENSEMBLES

Tufts String Quartet

Talia Kee, violin
Tiffany Hsiao, violin
Julia Moss, viola
Iverson Eliopoulos, cello

Sauce Trombone Quartet

Robyn Smith
Aneesh Kumar
Luke Sieve
Caleb Shemwell

Highland String Quartet

Greta Myatieva, violin
Victoria Pan, violin
Mira Williams, viola
Suebin Jin, cello

Boston mosaic dates and times:

All programs take place at Boston Public Library branches, click here for directions.


October 26 at 12:00pm
Jamaica Plain
30 South Street                        Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

November 2 at 12:00pm
Connolly Branch
433 Center St.             Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

November 16 at 12:00pm
Lower Mills
27 Richmond St.
Dorchester Center, MA 02124

November 30 at 12:00pm
East Boston
365 S. Bremen St.       Boston, MA 02128

December 14 12:00pm
North End
25 Parmenter St.        Boston, MA 02113

December 14 12:00pm  South Boston                        646 E Broadway, South Boston, MA 02127

December 14 2:00pm Newsfeed Cafe                         700 Boylston St.          Boston, MA 02116                     

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