Boston Pops Performs Gospel Night
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The last date listed for Boston Pops: Gospel Night was Saturday May 25, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Upon hearing the young Maurizio Pollini play in 1960, Arthur Rubinstein -- no slouch at the keyboard himself -- was moved to declare, "that boy can play the piano better than any of us." Over the next half century, Pollini has gone on to prove Rubinstein right, succeeding him as one of the world's premiere interpreters of Frédéric Chopin. Now this man and his "virtually infallible fingers" (The New York Times) come to Boston Symphony Hall for a program of Chopin and Schumann, which promises to be a powerhouse showcase of this great artist's once-in-a-generation talent. Learn More
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This was an awesome and heart warming evening! Charles Floyd Is a fantastic conductor and easily blends gospel music with the Pops Orchestra. He has been doing this for 21 years in Boston, and I am happy to say that I have been an audience member for many of those years! I loved the variety of music. Wintley Phipps had a voice straight from the heavens! I bought two of his CD's. The Gospel Night Soloists were fantastic! The night was filled with love notes to God and I will always treasure the memory of the evening! Once again, Thanks to Goldstar for a wonderful night on the town! The seats were great and we appreciate the fact that you are offering such diverse choices for your members! Keep the tickets for the Pops coming and we will keep buying! Thanks to the Pops and Goldstar!
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Though this was our first time to Gospel Night (it's a 21 year tradition), I will definitely return. The music was fabulous. My face hurt from grinning the whole evening. I even shed a tear. Though I just recovered from knee surgery, I was...continued
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Now in its 133rd season, the Boston Symphony Orchestra gave its inaugural concert on October 22, 1881, and has continued to uphold the vision of its founder, the businessman, philanthropist, Civil War veteran, and amateur musician Henry Lee Higginson, for well over a century. The Boston Symphony Orchestra has performed throughout the United States, as well as in Europe, Japan, Hong Kong, South America, and China; in addition, it reaches audiences numbering in the millions through its performances on radio, television, and recordings. It plays an active role in commissioning new works from today’s most important composers; its summer season at Tanglewood is regarded as one of the world’s most important music festivals; it helps develop the audience of the future through BSO Youth Concerts and through a variety of outreach programs involving the entire Boston community; and, during the Tanglewood season, it sponsors the Tanglewood Music Center, one of the world’s most important training grounds for young composers, conductors, instrumentalists, and vocalists. The orchestra’s virtuosity is reflected in the concert and recording activities of the Boston Symphony Chamber Players, one of the world’s most distinguished chamber ensembles made up of a major symphony orchestra’s principal players, and the activities of the Boston Pops Orchestra have established an international standard for the performance of lighter kinds of music. Overall, the mission of the Boston Symphony Orchestra is to foster and maintain an organization dedicated to the making of music consonant with the highest aspirations of musical art, creating performances and providing educational and training programs at the highest level of excellence. This is accomplished with the continued support of its audiences, governmental assistance on both the federal and local levels, and through the generosity of many foundations, businesses, and individuals.