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Boston Globe Features Celebrity Series in top ten classical music events of 2016


We are pleased to announce that the Boston Globe has come out with their list of top ten classical music events of 2016 and 5 out of the ten listed events are Celebrity Series! See the below featured list and check out the full list here! 

Thomas Adès artistic partnership Boston Symphony Orchestra and Celebrity Series of Boston
Berlin Philharmonic Sir Simon Rattle, conductor; Celebrity Series of Boston
András Schiff Celebrity Series of Boston
Jeremy Denk Celebrity Series of Boston
Glenn Kotche and Sam Amidon Stave Sessions, Celebrity Series of Boston

WBUR also featured Celebrity Series in their end of the year round up saying, “the most thrilling concert I heard this year, thanks to the Celebrity Series of Boston, was the visit to Symphony Hall by Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic.” See more Celebrity Series performances featured in Boston Classical Review and ArtsFuse

If you enjoyed these shows we encourage you to check out:

Susanna Phillips, soprano
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4
NEC’S JORDAN HALL AT 8PM

Alabama-born soprano Susanna Phillips, recipient of The Metropolitan Opera’s 2010 Beverly Sills Artist Award, continues to establish herself as one of today’s most sought-after singing actors and recitalists. Celebrity Series audiences will remember her stunning Debut Series performance in 2013 with tenor Joseph Kaiser. We are delighted to present Ms. Phillips for her first Celebrity Series solo recital.

 

Budapest Festival Orchestra Ivan Fischer, conductor Richard Goode, piano soloist 
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12

SYMPHONY HALL AT 3PM

Their Nonesuch recording of the Beethoven Piano Concertos was universally-acclaimed, including a Gramophone Record of the Year nomination. Hear this magnificent orchestra with conductor Ivan Fischer and renowned master pianist Richard Goode when they bring their special Beethoven project to Symphony Hall.

 

Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3

NEC’S JORDAN HALL AT 8PM

The Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet was founded during the era of Herbert von Karajan in 1988, and is the first permanently established wind quintet in the famous orchestra’s rich tradition of chamber music. The program will feature the Boston premiere of a new work by Kalevi Aho, composed in 2015 for the Quintet.

 

We hope to see you at all of our exciting performances in 2017!

 

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