Boston Symphony Orchestra is thrilled to announce programs for the 2021-22 Season, September 30-April 30, and the reopening of Symphony Hall for concertgoers.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Andris Nelsons present a 2021-22 Symphony Hall season, September 30-April 30, that will first and foremost celebrate reuniting with their music community post-pandemic, while also continuing the orchestra’s commitment to welcoming new audiences to experience the singular gifts the BSO and Mr. Nelsons are so eager to share with devoted listeners in Boston and throughout the world. This commitment to returning to performances with audiences is matched by an equally strong commitment to the health and safety of everyone associated with the BSO, including patrons, staff, and musicians.
In celebration of the reopening of Symphony Hall, the BSO will present a free community concert, under the direction of Andris Nelsons, Keith Lockhart, Thomas Wilkins, and John Williams, on October 3.
‘Andris Nelsons and JOHN WILLIAMS conduct Beethoven, Williams, and Bartok’
September 3 & October 2, 2021 Boston Symphony Hall
Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by JOHN WILLIAMS and Andris Nelsons
Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin
BEETHOVEN Overture, The Consecration of the House
John WILLIAMS Violin Concerto No. 2
BARTÓK Concerto for Orchestra
‘Free Community Concert’
October 3, 2021 Boston Symphony Hall
Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by JOHN WILLIAMS and Andris Nelsons, Keith Lockhart and Thomas Wilkins