Boston Symphony Orchestra

No visit to Boston is complete without seeing the legendary Boston Symphony Orchestra, one of America’s most exciting and respected classical ensembles, led by Music Director Andris Nelsons.  In springtime, the Boston Symphony transforms into the Boston Pops, performing everything from jazz to Broadway, light classical to rock, film music to big band in a festive atmosphere, complete with light food and drinks served at cabaret-style table seating.  Both the “Pops” and “BSO” perform in historic Symphony Hall, a Boston landmark renowned for its perfect acoustics.  In July and August the orchestra heads to Tanglewood, its magnificent summer home in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts.  Framed by quaint villages and rolling green hills, Tanglewood is known throughout the world as one of the most magical places to hear great music.  

Contact: Thomas Vigna
Address: 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
Phone: 617-638-9345
Email: groupsales@bso.org
URL: www.bso.org
Hours: Varies based on performance

Min/Max size: Minimum 20, No maximum
Group Rates: Varies depending on date, time and seat selection
Performance Options: Add-on Experiences available (Master Classes, Educational Workshops, Hall tours, pre or post concert receptions and others)

Length of Visit: Varies per performance

Food: Light snack and drink concession stands

Gift Shop: Boston Symphony has a large gift shop with many items including t-shirts, cd’s, books and more!

Handicap Access: Symphony Hall does have a limited number of disability accessible seats as well as an elevator with access to the balconiesn

Additional info on parking: Limited Garage Parking, Flat Rate $8.00 per vehicle with validation.

Parking Info: There are a few garages and lots near Symphony Hall

Chaperone policy: At least one per group