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Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Announce Spring Pops Season, May 10–June 8, at Symphony Hall

The 2024 Boston Pops season, May 10–June 8, under the direction of conductor Keith Lockhart, features classic Boston Pops programming, including film scores from the silver screen, songs from Broadway and the Great American Songbook, gospel and jazz, and a program devoted to the music of Queen, along with an impressive lineup of Boston Pops debuts and new programs spotlighting World War II heroism and Boston Pride month.

The Boston Pops’ 138th season opens on May 10 and 11 with one of the great entertainers of our time, Harry Connick Jr., singing American Songbook classics. Returning to the Pops for the first time since 2001, Connick performs in what will be the 35th anniversary year of the release of the When Harry Met Sally soundtrack that earned him his first Grammy Award and went multi-platinum. He joins Maestro Lockhart, who is in his 29th year leading the Pops, making him its second longest-serving conductor since the Pops was founded in 1885, after Arthur Fiedler.

Keith Lockhart will conduct nine of the 10 programs. Veteran conductor and Pops regular Charles Floyd leads the season-ending Gospel Night spectacular on June 8, with Grammy-winning a cappella group Take 6 and the Boston Pops Gospel Choir, directed by Dennis Slaughter.

For more information, including a complete program listing, download the press release.

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