Boston Symphony Orchestra Tickets
Boston Symphony Orchestra: Andris Nelsons & Augustin Hadelich - Haydn & Britten
8:00 PM | Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium | New York NY
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About Boston Symphony Orchestra
The Boston Symphony Orchestra is one of the most distinguished orchestras in the United States, with a long history of some of the most creative and well-trained musicians and conductors in the US. Boston Symphony Orchestra concerts are moving experiences with music performed by world class musicians who are masters of both classical and modern orchestra music. Get your cheap Boston Symphony Orchestra tickets here today! Boston Symphony Orchestra was started in 1881, with a legacy and history that secures its place as one of the "Big 5" orchestras in the US. Sometimes also called the BSO, the orchestra performs at Boston's Symphony Hall or at Tanglewood in the summer season. Boston's Symphony Hall was built in 1900 for the Boston Symphony Orchestra and remains the most theatrical setting to see the master musicians play. The Boston Symphony Orchestra first started recording in 1917 and have recorded soundtracks for many films, including classics like Schindler's List and Saving Private Ryan. The first American-born director assumed leadership in 2004 and brought about a renewed focus on contemporary orchestral music. Boston Symphony Orchestra concerts are breath-taking experiences of some of the most powerful and inventive music composed. Don't wait to get your cheap Boston Symphony Orchestra concert tickets today to see them for yourself!