The Boston Symphony Orchestra

Saturdays at 8pm
  • Hosted by Ron Della Chiesa

WCRB brings you performances from Tanglewood every Friday and Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 7pm, with host Ron Della Chiesa.

See a list of past BSO concert broadcasts here.

For information about events celebrating the centennial of Leonard Bernstein, visit the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Pops, and Tanglewood.

For the full schedule of Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops, and Tanglewood concerts, visit the BSO Box Office.

Hear the BSO Concert Channel in the player above, and see the current playlist.

Emanuel Ax
Jerry Beznos

Friday night at 8, live from Tanglewood, Emanuel Ax plays Mozart's lighthearted Piano Concerto No. 17, and Herbert Blomstedt leads the Boston Symphony Orchestra in the composer's final symphony, the spirited "Jupiter" Symphony.

Herbert Blomstedt
Courtesy of the Artist

Saturday night at 8, live from Tanglewood, Herbert Blomstedt leads the Boston Symphony Orchestra in works celebrating the memory of the lost through Bernstein's "Halil," and Haydn's "Lord Nelson Mass."

Christian Tetzlaff
Giorgia Bertazzi

Sunday night at 7, in concert from Tanglewood, Christian Tetzlaff joins the BSO as the guest soloist in Sibelius's mountainous Violin Concerto, and Thomas Adès conducts the Finnish composer's Symphony No. 5.

Garrick Ohlsson
Dario Acosta

Friday, July 27, 2018
8:00 PM

Juanjo Mena conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Four Sea Interludes from Britten's "Peter Grimes" and Brahms's majestic Symphony No. 3, and pianist Garrick Ohlsson plays a concerto by Mozart.

Juanjo Mena, conductor
Garrick Ohlsson, piano

BRITTEN Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes
MOZART Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-flat, K. 271
BRAHMS Symphony No. 3

Leonard Bernstein at Tanglewood
Heinz Weissenstein / BSO

Saturday, July 28, 2018
8:00 PM

Recorded at Symphony Hall on May 30, 2018

Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops celebrate Leonard Bernstein's centennial in a program of his most celebrated works, including "West Side Story" and "Candide."

Boston Pops Orchestra
Keith Lockhart, conductor

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