Franz Schubert

Juanjo Mena
Michal Novak

SaturdayJanuary 28, and Monday, February 6

Juanjo Mena, conductor
Jean-Frédéric Neuburger, piano

Anderson - Incantesimi (American premiere; BSO co-commission)
Schumann - Piano Concerto
Schubert - Symphony in C, The Great

Hear the concert on demand

Thomas Adès and the Boston Symphony Chamber Players
Robert Torres / BSO

March 26, 2017

On WCRB In Concert, the Boston Symphony Chamber Players perform Schubert's "Trout" Quintet, with BSO Artistic Partner Thomas Adès, as well as works inspired by Shakespeare, on demand. 

Lars Vogt: Schubert
Ondine

In an all-Schubert program, the German pianist performs three of the composer’s more intimate works for solo piano.

Photo of Ian Bostridge by Sim Canetty-Clark; of Simon Rattle by Johann Sebastian Hanel; of Ton Koopman courtesy of the artist

As always, this Fall there are an astonishing number of spectacular classical music concert events happening in Boston. It might actually be impossible to get to them all without some Harry Potter magic. But, in the coming days I will blog on events that without a doubt I will be in the audience for. First up, these three must see "imported goodies."

Paul Labelle

October 31, 2015

Pinchas Zukerman is both the conductor and violin soloist in a program that includes Tchaikovsky's Mélodie, Andante cantabile, and Serenade, Elgar's Chanson de la nuit, and Schubert's Symphony No. 5.

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