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Concert for our City: Reunited at Symphony Hall

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Symphony Hall, Boston, MA

In March 2020, the BSO performed what would prove to be the last live performance in front of an audience at Symphony Hall for over a year. While we continued to share our music virtually, and then throughout the neighborhoods of Boston and at our summer home at Tanglewood, we are thrilled to finally reconnect with our Symphony Hall audiences this fall.

It is our pleasure to invite you to a free celebration concert on Sunday, October 3 at 3pm. Concert for Our City: Reunited at Symphony Hall will feature the BSO’s four conductors and special guest soloist, Anne-Sophie Mutter.

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Looking down the center aisle of Symphony Hall with a full house and stage

Performance Details

Oct 3, 2021, 3:00pm EDT

The Program

Andris Nelsons, Thomas Wilkins, John Williams, and Keith Lockhart, conductors (in order of appearance)

Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin

Welcoming remarks by Gail Samuel, Eunice and Julian Cohen President and Chief Executive Officer

BEETHOVEN Consecration of the House Overture

STILL: ‘Singing River’ and ‘Whippoorwill’s Shoes’ from Wood Notes

John WILLIAMS: Three arrangements from film scores, for violin and orchestra

arr. Mark CUMBERLAND: The Ringtone Cycle

Rachel BRUERVILLE: Dancing on Tiptoes (but never falling...)

W.C. HANDY (arr. ELLIOTT): St. Louis Blues

BARTÓK: Fifth movement (Finale. Presto) from Concerto for Orchestra

If you are unable to join us in person, the concert containing most of the selections will be available for free on BSO NOW and on beginning October 14.

Getting Here

A view of the empty Symphony Hall, with the stage in the distance

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