The Boston Symphony Orchestra is dwelling. And, most significantly, you’re cordially invited to hitch the BSO on this homecoming.
Through the peak of the pandemic, the BSO fortunately continued to make music by means of its digital efficiency sequence BSO NOW. Final summer season, the orchestra summered in Tanglewood because it at all times did. Lastly, the BSO returns to a Symphony Corridor filled with devotees.
The 2021-22 season might be accompanied by in depth well being and security measures (see bso.org for particulars) and a few upbeat and distinctive programming. Our season preview takes a take a look at a couple of highlights from what you eagerly count on to loads of surprises.
John Williams’ Violin Concerto No. 2, Sept. 30 & 2 Oct
Since its Tanglewood premiere final summer season, Williams’ new live performance has prompted a stir. For individuals who solely know his work on “Star Wars” or “Jaws”, the piece reveals off a sombre and bold composer on the peak of his prowess. Violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter takes the highlight in a program with Andris Nelsons on stage alongside Williams and works by Beethoven and Bartok. Can’t go to the live performance? PBS will air the Tanglewood debut of Williams’ concerto on November 12.
Live performance for Our Metropolis: Reunited at Symphony Corridor, October 3
The BSO’s seasonal opening weekend encompasses a free efficiency in celebration of Symphony Corridor’s reopening after 18 months of closed doorways to the general public. With a hand from the Boston Pops, this neighborhood live performance is directed by 4 maestros: Keith Lockhart, Andris Nelsons, Thomas Wilkins and the legendary John Williams. Once more, it’s free! (Guide tickets at bso.org and watch the efficiency on-line free of charge from 14 October).
Victor Wooten’s “La Leccion Tres”, October 28 – October 31
Victor Wooten might be the best electrical bassist who ever lived. It’s a daring and considerably ridiculous declare, and but… it’s in all probability lifeless. Recognized for his lengthy affiliation with banjo grasp Bela Fleck, Wooten goes huge together with his concerto. Thomas Wilkins, BSO’s Inventive Advisor for Training and Neighborhood Engagement, leads Wooten and the orchestra by means of “La Leccion Tres” and works by Coleridge-Taylor and Ellington.
Mitsuko Uchida and a Julia Adolphe World Premiere, January 13-16
Pianist and conductor Mitsuko Uchida is the Billie Vacation and Eddie Van Halen of the classical world. A wildly expressive performer and an absolute virtuoso, Uchida will stroll into Symphony Corridor on the age of 73 to have a good time Beethoven’s Piano Concertos Nos. 2 and 4. Additionally on this system, which might be carried out by Andris Nelson, is the world premiere of a BSO co-commissioned by Julia Adolphe, one among America’s fastest-rising composers.
Ellen Reid’s “If the World as You Know It Doesn’t Exist”, April 7 – 9
Not even 40 but, Ellen Reid is already a large. Her opera “Prism” received the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for music. She wrote “When the World as You’ve Recognized It Doesn’t Exist” for the New York Philharmonic as a committee honoring the ratification of the Nineteenth Modification. BSO Assistant conductor Anna Rakitina leads this system, which additionally contains soloist Alexandre Kantorow and picks by Sibelius and Tchaikovsky.
For extra data and tickets, go to bso.org.
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