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A Choose Your Own (CYO) Subscription is a convenient, flexible way to become a part of the BSO family. Curate a BSO experience that’s uniquely yours, choosing any genre, any date, and any seating area in Symphony Hall. As a CYO subscriber, you are entitled to exclusive subscriber benefits, including the ability to easily exchange your tickets for a different date at any time. Choose a minimum of three (3) concerts to become a CYO subscriber; your series cost will be calculated based on the number of concerts selected and the seating areas chosen.

Ideas to Get You Started

There are countless program combinations you can create with a CYO Subscription. Not sure where to begin? We’ve put together a couple of possible lineups you might be interested in. Play around with these selections to make them your own, or create a whole new lineup, custom-made for you.

Perfect Partnerships

Experience works by the artists they were written for and see collaborations that define the future of orchestral music.

September 22–23 | Nelsons: Williams/Bach/Montgomery/Holst (Pratt plays Montgomery)
January 12–14
| Gilbert: Boulanger/Stenhammar/Dello Joio/Dvořák (Ohlsson plays Dello Joio)
March 3–5
| Raphel: Coleridge-Taylor/Still/Caine (The Uri Caine Trio plays Uri Caine)
March 16–18
| Guerrero: Górecki/Wolfe (Lorelei Ensemble sings Wolfe)
April 13–15
| Nelsons: Stravinsky/Escaich/Ravel (Capuçon plays Escaich)
April 20–22
| Nelsons: Sibelius/Adès (Mutter plays Adès)

Choruses in Bloom

The Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Lorelei Ensemble, and others join the BSO for several vocal programs this season.

October 6–8 | Nelsons: Habibi/Bernstein/Shostakovich
February 2–4
| Nelsons: Wagner’s Tannhäuser
March 3–5
| Wilkins: Coleridge-Taylor/Still/Caine
March 16–18
| Guerrero: Górecki/Wolfe
March 23–25
| Adès: Stravinsky/Adès
May 4–6
| Nelsons: Britten/Shostakovich