60 Years of the BSO and WGBH

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Nelsons Conducts Wagner, Mozart, and Brahms

Nelsons Conducts Wagner, Mozart, and Brahms

The Boston Symphony Orchestra in Concert

October 19, 2013
Paul Lewis, piano
Andris Nelsons, conductor

WAGNER - Siegfried Idyll
MOZART - Piano Concerto No. 25 in C, K. 503
BRAHMS - Symphony No. 3 in F, Op. 90

Dutoit Conducts Beethoven's Ninth Tanglewood

Dutoit Conducts Beethoven's Ninth Tanglewood

The Boston Symphony Orchestra in Concert

Gerstein Plays Rachmaninoff and Dutoit Conducts the Roman Trilogy

Gerstein Plays Rachmaninoff and Dutoit Conducts the Roman Trilogy

The Boston Symphony Orchestra in Concert

The Boston Symphony Chamber Players at Tanglewood

The Boston Symphony Chamber Players at Tanglewood

The Boston Symphony Orchestra in Concert

Dutoit Conducts the TMC Orchestra

Dutoit Conducts the TMC Orchestra

The Boston Symphony Orchestra in Concert

Beethoven's Emperor Concerto with Emanuel Ax

Beethoven's Emperor Concerto with Emanuel Ax

The Boston Symphony Orchestra in Concert


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Classical New England celebrates the 60th anniversary of WGBH Radio's first broadcast on Oct. 6, 1951, a live concert by the Boston Symphony Orchestra from Symphony Hall.

On the program:

Respighi:  The Pines of Rome
conducted by Guido Cantelli

Tchaikovsky:  Hamlet
conducted by Leopold Stokowski

Brahms:  Academic Festival Overture
conducted by Klaus Tennstedt
 

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