Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra Mahler Symphony 2 Concert & LiveStream
Maestro Benjamin Zander conducts the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. Photo by Hilary Scott.
The Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra conducted by Maestro Benjamin Zander performs Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 in Symphony Hall Boston with soprano Sonja Tengblad, mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano, and Chorus Pro Musica.
A live performance of Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony is always more than a concert—it is a communal experience. This overwhelming, heaven-storming symphony takes the listener on a long journey towards an exalted destination. It starts by laying the hero of Mahler’s First Symphony, the Titan, to rest, with a shatteringly dramatic, annihilating funeral march. And then the rest of the symphony builds a new pathway to hope and ultimate affirmation. In the second and third movements a criticalView more
LiveStream tickets: $20.00 General admission / $10.00 Students
In-Person tickets: $20.00, $40.00, $60.00
Additional time info:
There will be no pre-concert talk however, Maestro Benjamin Zander will speak briefly about the music before it is performed.
Please contact the box office at 617.236.0999 for ADA seats.
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COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details
No Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test Needed You do not need to show proof of vaccination or a negative test result to enter Symphony Hall. Face Masks Mask wearing is recommended, but optional, while in Symphony Hall. Anyone who wishes to wear a mask is welcome to do so. Higher efficiency masks such as N95s, KN94s, or KF94s are recommended.