JAMES LEVINE CONTINUES BSO MAHLER CYCLE WITH PERFORMANCES OF SYMPHONIES 2, 5, AND 9; BEGINS NEW TWO-YEAR HARBISON SYMPHONY CYCLE

JAMES LEVINE CONTINUES BSO MAHLER CYCLE WITH PERFORMANCES OF

SYMPHONIES 2, 5, AND 9; BEGINS NEW TWO-YEAR HARBISON

SYMPHONY CYCLE; MARKS 200TH ANNIVERSARY OF SCHUMANN’S BIRTH WITH

PERFORMANCES OF SYMPHONIES 2 AND 3; AND LEADS OPENING NIGHT

ALL-WAGNER CONCERT FEATURING BRYN TERFEL ON OCTOBER 2

NEW FRIDAY-EVENING 7 P.M. SERIES FEATURES SHORTER PROGRAMS, PRE-CONCERT TALKS BY CONDUCTORS, AND POST-CONCERT MEET-AND-GREET RECEPTIONS

BSO REINTRODUCES COMPOSER/CONDUCTOR WEEK WITH THOMAS ADÈS,

IN HIS BSO CONDUCTING DEBUT, LEADING TWO OF HIS OWN WORKS,

AS WELL AS MUSIC OF TCHAIKOVSKY AND SIBELIUS

CHARLES DUTOIT LEADS BERLIOZ’S ROMÉO ET JULIETTE;

SIR COLIN DAVIS CONDUCTS SIBELIUS’S TAPIOLA AND SYMPHONY NO. 3;

MAASAKI SUZUKI IN HIS BSO DEBUT LEADS BACH’S ST. JOHNPASSION;

DAVID ROBERTSON CONDUCTS JOHN ADAMS’ DOCTOR ATOMICSYMPHONY;

AND SUSANNA MÄLKKI LEADS THE AMERICAN PREMIERE OF UNSUK CHIN’S

CELLO CONCERTO WITH SOLOIST ALBAN GERHARDT

FINNISH CONDUCTOR SAKARI ORAMO AND NEW BSO ASSISTANT CONDUCTOR

MARCELO LEHNINGER MAKE BSO DEBUTS; CONDUCTORS LORIN MAAZEL,

RAFAEL FRÜHBECK DE BURGOS, CHRISTOPH VON DOHNÁNYI, KURT MASUR,

JOHN NELSON, AND SIR MARK ELDER MAKE WELCOME RETURNS TO BSO PODIUM

CHRISTIAN TETZLAFF PERFORMS THREE CONCERTOS ON PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTED BY

WORLD PREMIERE OF BIRTWISTLE WORK; CHRISTIAN ZACHARIAS IS BOTH

CONDUCTOR AND SOLOIST IN WORKS OF MOZART AND HAYDN

IMPRESSIVE LINEUP OF PIANISTS INCLUDES EVGENY KISSIN,

RADU LUPU, MAURIZIO POLLINI, AND LARS VOGT

20 GUEST ARTISTS MAKE DEBUTS, INCLUDING PIANISTS NICOLAS HODGES AND

SIMON TRPČESKI AND VOCALISTS KATE ROYAL, TOBY SPENCE,

HANNO MÜLLER-BRACHMANN, AND BERNARDA FINK

TANGLEWOOD FESTIVAL CHORUS FEATURED IN FIVE BSO PROGRAMS

CELEBRATING TFC’S 40TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON

THE 2010-11 BSO SEASON IS SPONSORED BY UBS

complete press release here.

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