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Modern music is one of the most complex things that we have ever seen or heard. The current musical trends are a mixture of music from the past decades and we now here songs with everything from blues to rock n roll influences all in the same song. While even hip hop stars like Kanye West are now using classical music in their songs, there is no denying that the best music comes from this very genre of music. Classical music or ‘real’ music, as some people call it, is what has been played for centuries. If you’ve heard of musical legends such as Mozart and Beethoven, you will be pleased to know that the music they created is what we call ‘classical’ music today.

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The US has always been a flag bearer for the classical musicians of the centuries. While most popular composers and classical musicians hail from Europe (this is mostly due to the fact that the US is a much newer country than most countries in Europe) the US has always had a tradition that has kept classical music alive and playing in its many concert halls all over the country. The fact that every major city has at least one city orchestra that plays in the city’s concert hall is enough to prove that the US has a strong bond with classical music. This is the reason that the US is home to the ‘Big Five’ in classical music orchestras and one of the members of this group that has been around for more than a century is the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

The Boston Symphony Orchestra first performed in 1881 and was put together as an ode to the classical musicians of the time. The orchestra’s conductor or music director (as they are now called) was normally a European musician. Over the years, a large number of conductors have held the helm of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and have made the orchestra in to one of the biggest orchestras in the US, if not the whole world. Conductors over the years have hailed from Austria, Germany, France, Japan, England and the US. These conductors shaped the sound of music that the Boston Symphony Orchestra created at any given period and the orchestra’s performances under one conductor and even the type of music they choose to play differ according to the conductor that is in charge at the time.

While orchestras are mostly known for performing live and that is their main draw, the Boston Symphony Orchestra has also recorded a number of performances that have been released and have even won them a number of Grammy Awards. Their recordings and radio appearances are very popular with the people of Boston as millions tune in to listen to the orchestra perform live on radio.

The Boston Symphony Orchestra performs at the Boston Symphony Hall. This hall has been indexed as a national heritage site by the US government due to its cultural significance. It was built back in 1900 especially for the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the acoustics and organ that are played in the hall to this day sound just as good as when the hall was first built. The Symphony Hall is what the Boston Symphony Orchestra would call ‘home’ as they perform there all year around apart from the summers when they perform at the Tanglewood Music Center in Massachusetts. The Boston Symphony Orchestra is also known to perform tours all around the country, performing at various concert halls and entertaining fans of classical music all over the US. If you are a fan of classical music and want to hear it live from one of the best in the business, make sure you get your hands on some Cheap Boston Symphony Orchestra Tickets when they come to your town or when you’re in the vicinity of Boston.

Band Members
Music Director
James Levine
Conductor Emeritus
Bernard Haitink
Music Director Laureate
Seiji Ozawa
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Keith Lockhart
Laureate Conductor
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John Williams
Old Members
Henry Lee Higginson

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