John Williams Brings Magic to Symphony Hall in Celebration of The Boston Pops’ 125th Anniversary

May 16, 2010
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No single word can describe John Williams or the impact he has had on our lives for the past 40+ years. The Boston Pops celebrates its 125th anniversary and pulls out the big guns, and who bigger can you celebrate with than John Williams? And next week, Symphony Hall welcomes acclaimed actors Robert DeNiro, Ed Harris and Morgan Freeman to help present the Stars and Stripes program!







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Utah Symphony and Verdi’s Requiem — What’s Not to Like?

April 10, 2010
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This weekend, the Utah Symphony presented Verdi’s Requiem. I had no idea what it was, but I knew it involved the Utah Symphony, a large chorus, and 4 soloists – a soprano, a mezzo-soprano, a tenor, and a bass baritone. Oh, and I presumed it would not be in English. There is so much about Verdi’s Requiem that I absolutely loved. The music, the singers, the orchestration – it was all amazing!







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Boston Pops Conductor Keith Lockhart Believes in Emotionally Compelling Music

July 7, 2009
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Interview with Maestro Keith Lockhart Keith Lockhart is one of the finest conductors of our generation. Fifteen years ago, Keith Lockhart became the 20th conductor of the Boston Pops. Boston welcomed him with open arms and warm hearts and reveled in his celebrity status. It seemed that not a day went by without hearing about..




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Boston Celebrates the 4th (Dress Rehearsal) with The Boston Pops, Neil Diamond and Craig Ferguson

July 4, 2009
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On Friday afternoon, the day wasn’t looking very good with all the thunderstorms and grey skies.  But by the time 8pm rolled around, the skies were clear and it was a beautiful un-muggy 75 degrees outside at the Hatch Shell in Boston. Despite the gloomy weather, Bostonians and visitors packed onto the grass in front..




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Buzz Aldrin, The Boston Pops and MIT Celebrate 40th Anniversary of Lunar Landing

June 14, 2009
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On Thursday, June 11, 2009, former NASA astronaut Dr. Buzz Aldrin, The Boston Pops and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) came together to celebrate the upcoming 40th anniversary of the first lunar landing. On July 20th, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first men to walk on the moon.  In the image..




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