Tickets & Events

Andris Nelsons conducts the BSO at Carnegie Hall

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Carnegie Hall - New York City, NY - View Map

A heartfelt memorial, a New York premiere inspired by Arabic poetry, and a phantasmagorical tale of vivid instrumental detail spotlights the virtuosity of one of America's finest orchestras. Ravel honored friends lost in the First World War with Le tombeau de Couperin, a gentle 20th-century version of the Baroque dance suite. Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique has its calm passages, but also includes musical depictions of hallucinations, murder, execution, and a chilling finale that depicts a witches' sabbath. George Benjamin's colorful Dream of the Song sets verse inspired by the Arabic poetry that flowered in Andalusia from the ninth century onwards.


For tickets or more information please visit

Featured Performers

Andris   Nelsons, conductor Andris Nelsons, conductor Bejun   Mehta, countertenor Bejun Mehta, countertenor
Lorelei   Ensemble, Beth Willer, artistic director Lorelei Ensemble, Beth Willer, artistic director
Program Notes Audio
George BENJAMIN - Dream of the Song (BSO co-commission) (14 min)
BERLIOZ - Symphonie fantastique (52 min)
Listen/Watch Related Media

The BSO Media Center offers program snapshots of upcoming performances as well as audio concert previews and video podcasts!