Boston’s Best Upcoming Classical Music Performances

August 20, 2012 12:00 AM
Boston’s Best Upcoming Classical Music Performances
" Classical music is a staple in Boston’s entertainment scene. With institutions like the New England Conservatory and organizations like the Boston Symphony Orchestra, there are countless talented classical music performers in Boston. Nary has a week gone by without a noteworthy performance taking place at one of the numerous music venues in the city. Even museums and street corners have their share of classical music from time to time. Check out these upcoming performances for a truly enjoyable musical event.

Hatch Shell in Boston. (File Image)

Landmarks Virtuosos DCR Hatch Memorial Shell 47 David G Mugar Way Boston, MA 02108 (617) 626-4970 hatchshell

Date: August 22

Featuring the music of Mendelssohn, Schumann and Haydn and performed by the Landmarks Orchestra, this outdoor event is sure to meet the standards of Boston’s classical music fans. Christopher Wilkins will be conducting. The Hatch Shell is one of the best venues to see any music performance in the city as seats are in the grass, the Charles River is rushing by and the stars are overhead. In the event of rain, the concert will take place at the Back Bay Events Center on Berkeley Street "

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