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Boston Symphony Hall
at Huntington Ave 301 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, MA 02115
617-266-1492
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4.9 / 5 Rated by 10 members
Review from Kwolkon
17 events 10 reviews

It was a wonderful performance and it was wonderful to see the number of young people there!

reviewed May 12 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Bruce Schweitzer
7 events 3 reviews

Boston Pops Family Concert primarily Gershwin but had one Mozart Concerto because clarinet soloist was Teen BSO Concerto award winner.

Excellent concert, All performers excellent. Rhapsody in Blue enthralling and very glad we were sitting on...continued

reviewed May 12 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
4 events 2 reviews

an hour and a half of Pops Family orchestra.
Rahpsody in Blue was the highlight.
Decent seats in the orchestra on the edge.
Very enjoyable......would do it again

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Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops will celebrate the music of one of the great innovators of the American Songbook, George Gershwin. The Gershwin Spectacular program will include a performance of Rhapsody in Blue featuring pianist Michael Chertock and Promenade: Walking the Dog featuring Pops principal clarinetist Thomas Martin. The second installment of the three-part Pops program will feature music from the classic Gene Kelly/Leslie Caron film An American in Paris. This “Symphonic Night at the Movies” will feature footage from the film alongside George Gershwin’s unforgettable orchestral score. After a short intermission, the third set will feature members of the Boston Conservatory Theater Division in such Gershwin classics as I Got Rhythm, Somebody Loves Me, and Embraceable You.

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