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Symphony Hall

301 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, MA, 02115
(617) 266-1492

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Symphony Hall
301 Massachusetts Ave.
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 266-1492
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Boston Symphony Orchestra
Boston Symphony Orchestra
The Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) is an American orchestra based in Boston, Massachusetts. It is one of the five American orchestras commonly referred to as the "Big Five". Founded in 1881, the BSO plays the majority of its concerts at Boston's Symphony Hall and in the summer performs at the Tanglewood Music Center.
Handel & Haydn Society
Handel & Haydn Society
The Handel & Haydn Society's orchestra and chorus was known in the 19th century for the American premiers of works like Haydn's Creation. ~ Rovi
Keith Lockhart
Keith Lockhart
Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart was born in Poughkeepsie, New York in November 1959 and began piano lessons at the age of seven, later studying music at Furman University and Carnegie-Mellon University....
Maurizio Pollini
Maurizio Pollini
Perhaps more of an advocate for contemporary music than any other major pianist essentially rooted in traditional repertory, Maurizio Pollini was born in Milan, Italy. He learned quickly and was given piano lessons from Carlo Lonati from an early age, making his public debut at the age of nine....
David Sedaris
David Sedaris
David Sedaris is a best-selling author, playwright, commentator, and National Public Radio humorist. Sedaris was born on December 26, 1957. His first collection of short stories, entitled Barrel Fever: Stories and Essays, was published by Bay Back Books in 1994....
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(no rating) Mar 22, 2013 - fgargano01
All-Wagner concert 3/21

It was generally a good concert. However, Daniele Gatti's insistance in keep such a painfully slow tempo in the "Gotterdammerung" excerpts, resulted in the orchestra having a real hard time playing together.

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