Concerts in Fenway, Boston


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  • Boston Children's Theatre
    Boston Children’s Theater provides creative programs for children whose parents are interested in introducing them to the performing arts. Designed for youngsters ages four through nineteen, the theater, which is one of the oldest children’s theatrical organizations in the country, offers year round classes in acting, dance and musical theater. Programs last up to eight weeks and classes feature both classic and modern shows where kids can sign up for affordable main stage productions. Classes include a myriad of options, from an after-school theater class or a playwright project to a summer program or a live theatrical performance like Of Mice and Men. All performances are held at the Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, located on Tremont Street in Boston.
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    316 Huntington Avenue
    Boston, MA US
  • From the Top
    Children who are interested in music early on can get their start at From the Top, a non-profit organization designed for kids eight and older to showcase their talents on the radio. Vocalists, composers and ensembles are featured in live national performances of classical music on National Public Radio. Young budding musicians, up to age eighteen, are eligible for a scholarship program and can sign up for workshops to prepare them for a live on-air performance of classical music and future career in the arts. Live shows give kids a chance to display their musical abilities in a variety of performances, broadcasts and concerts. Past productions have also appeared on the PBS series From the Top at Carnegie Hall.
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    295 Huntington Ave
    Boston, MA US
  • New England String Orchestra
    The New England String Orchestra, which has garnered accolades from The Boston Globe and The Boston Musical Intelligencer, produces stirring renditions of both classical and contemporary stringed masterpieces. Listen in as the orchestra performs its vibrant interpretations of Ludwig van Beethoven?s String Quartet in C Minor, op. 18, no. 4; Johann Sebastian Bach?s Concerto in D Major, BWV 1054; and other pieces, all without the aid of Auto-Tune or magic flutes. The orchestra?s professional string-vibrators will work within the acoustically impeccable confines of First Parish Congregational Church as well as historic Jordan Hall, which was built in 1903 and designated a National Historic Landmark because of its role in William Howard Taft?s ?Viola Folly? scandal. Ticket holders who show up 45 minutes in advance of either performance can also serenade their brains with a spoken-word symphony of knowledge from Italian-educated musical director Federico Cortese, who leads an interactive discussion prior to each NESO concert.
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    30 Gainsborough Street
    Boston, MA US
  • Huntington Theatre Company
    Perhaps best known as a Marilyn Monroe movie from 1956, William Inge's Bus Stop begins with a snowstorm that strands a busload of passengers at a diner outside Kansas City. As the motley band?which includes a lovestruck cowboy and the nightclub singer he longs for?spend the night together, they fill the cold air with bluster, heartache, and laughter as they reach out tentatively for love. Huntington's former artistic director Nicholas Martin artfully unfolds the whole thing over the course of two hours, with two 10-minute intermissions for the audience to catch its breath after laughing and running wind sprints up and down the aisles.
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    281 Huntington Ave
    Boston, MA US
  • Symphony and Horticultural Halls
    Music connoisseurs and building buffs regard Symphony Hall as one of the finest concert halls in the world. Sixteen replicas of Greek and Roman statues line the walls, and its airy space lends a majestic resonance to each string pluck and unexpected sneeze. Opened in 1900, Symphony Hall was the first auditorium designed in accordance with scientifically derived acoustic principle, sloping inward to help focus the sound of the orchestra's stirring string renditions.
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    301 Massachusetts Avenue
    Boston, MA US
  • Steve Connolly’s Elvis: Spirit Of The King
    As enrollment at the Berklee College of Music began to quadruple in the 1970s, it was obvious that the school was getting too big for its Hotel Boston britches—there was no space for a proper concert hall. So when the former movie palace of the Fenway Theatre and the former Sherry Biltmore Hotel went on the market, the administration snatched the spacious spaces up and solved their occupancy problems in one fell swoop. Renovated and modernized with an enlarged stage, an acoustic ceiling, and studios for recording, rehearsal, and extended noodling tucked below the stage level, the massive performance center now sports 1,215 plush green seats, a sleek hovering balcony, and advanced lighting and sound systems. When not being used as a laboratory for recording engineers and performers, the Back Bay culture nucleus showcases more than 200 events per year from various genres, cultures, and community organizations.
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    136 Massachusetts Ave.
    Boston, MA US

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