The Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, founded by Benjamin Zander in 1979, features student, professional, and amateur musicians. One of Boston's premier orchestras, the Boston Philharmonic is not your average musical ensemble; on the contrary, the Boston Philharmonic follows a vision of "passionate music making without boundaries."
All Beethoven - February 14 & 17, 2019
Program includes Beethoven, Coriolan Overture; Beethoven, Piano Concerto No. 5, with Robert Levin, piano; Beethoven, Symphony No. 5.
Thursday 7:00pm Discovery Series Performances
Please note that starting Fall 2018, the Thursday evening Discovery Series performances will start at 7:00pm instead of 7:30pm. The traditional pre-concert lecture, known as the "Guide to the Music", will be interspersed throughout the performance.
Sunday 3:00pm Performances
Pre-concert lecture "Guide to the Music" with Benjamin Zander at 1:45pm.
Thursday Prices: $74, $54, $37, $15 (discounts available*)
Sunday Prices: $105, $84, $54, $25 (discounts available*)
Students in Advance: $10 (in-person only with valid ID, 2 per ID, in $54 and $25 sections only)
Student & Senior RUSH: $10 (beginning 90mins on Thursday or 2hrs on Sun prior to concert, all sections, based on availability)
Harvard Outings & Innings: 50% off top 2 prices with promo code or Harvard ID
WGBH member: 50% off top 2 prices with promo code or WGBH member card
Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra
Assad, Concerto Competition Winners, and Dvorak - May 12, 2019
Program includes Assad, A Brazilian Journey (commissioned by the BPYO); Concerto Competition Winners, and Dvorak, Symphony No. 9 - From the New World.
Please note there is NO preconcert lecture prior to the youth orchestra performances.