If you haven’t seen the Boston Pops perform... what are you waiting for?! Symphony Hall is beautiful, but wow- the Pops take the cake! 2nd balcony seats near the stage are amazing. There’s really not a bad seat in the house though.
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Our retirement group visited the open rehearsal for the BSO last week and were so enthralled with the music and the acoustics of the hall. When we were there we were so pleased to be able to listen and watch Gil Shaham, an internationally renown...More
We visited Symphony Hall to attend a Boston Pops concert. The repertoire included a substantial amount of Beatles music adapted for orchestra. A version of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody was also performed. This concert was especially meaningful to me. The first concert I ever attended was...More
We attend 2 Pops shows this month The E.T. Symphony with film and Film scores of John Williams. We had grandchildren and soled for the shows. The sound in the hall is superb in all locations. The Pops are consistently excellent. The hall and orchestra...More
My teen daughter and I were traveling together, and I asked her if she would like to attend a Boston Pops concert at Symphony Hall. Despite being very active in music in California, she asked, "What's that?" A quick link the the Facebook page of...More
Very attractive hall built I think in the 1890's with excellent acoustics except under the firtstbalcony overhang,Seats are very uncomfortable and with little leg room except for front of orchestra.Gift shop, cafe and some small exhibits.
What a fabulous way to learn about the history of the Boston Pops and BSO. The tour was phenomenal, ending with a lovely piece played on the organ. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and friendly. I would recommend this tour for everyone, regardless of...More