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Exploring the limitless possibilities of the taiko, the traditional Japanese drum, Kodo is forging new directions for a vibrant living art form.
Sunday Mar. 14
Symphony Hall
5:00pm
Ticketed, Upcoming Season, Symphony Hall, World
A master of the gaita – the Galician bagpipes – Cristina Pato is a whirlwind of artistic vitality and virtuosity.
Tuesday Mar. 16
160 Mass Ave
8:00pm
Ticketed, Upcoming Season, 160 Mass Ave, World
The Westerlies, a young New York-based brass quartet at the intersection of new music and progressive jazz, teams up with the equally broadminded vocalist Theo Bleckmann for a pointed new project, This Land.
Wednesday Mar. 17
160 Mass Ave
8:00pm
Ticketed, Upcoming Season, 160 Mass Ave, Jazz
Flutist and composer Nathalie Joachim – last heard on the Series with Eighth Blackbird – returns with an evening-length work that explores Haitian song and the role of women in Haitian music culture.
Thursday Mar. 18
160 Mass Ave
8:00pm
Ticketed, Upcoming Season, 160 Mass Ave, New Music
Multi-genre standout guitarist and producer Mark Lettieri makes his Series debut with his trio, but he’s not new to Boston thanks to his work with Snarky Puppy.
Friday Mar. 19
160 Mass Ave
8:00pm
Ticketed, Upcoming Season, 160 Mass Ave, Jazz
Flor de Toloache is a Latin Grammy-winning, New York-based all-female mariachi ensemble known for stretching the boundaries of this rich traditional music into decidedly new places.
Saturday Mar. 20
160 Mass Ave
8:00pm
Ticketed, Upcoming Season, 160 Mass Ave, Folk, Latin
James Baillieu, piano
Described as "the current front-runner in the new generation of Lieder singers" (Gramophone), Benjamin Appl is celebrated by audiences and critics in recital, concerts, and opera settings.
Wednesday Apr. 7
Longy's Pickman Hall
8:00pm
Ticketed, Upcoming Season, Longy's Pickman Hall, Classical, Vocal
Join David for a touching, morbid, hilarious, shocking evening of essays, diary entries, and more, and make plans to stay after the reading to meet him in person.
Friday Apr. 9
Symphony Hall
7:00pm
Ticketed, Upcoming Season, Symphony Hall, Spoken Word
You are cordially invited to an unforgettable evening of shining moments from cocktail hour to the after-party. You do not want to miss it!
Saturday Apr. 10
The Cyclorama
6:30pm
Ticketed, Upcoming Season, The Cyclorama, Celebration
Sir Antonio Pappano, Music Director and Conductor, Maxim Vengerov, Violin Soloist
In his fifteen years at the helm of Rome’s Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Sir Antonio Pappano has breathed new life into the orchestra and cultivated a sound that allows for sweeping drama and fine articulation.
Sunday Apr. 11
Symphony Hall
5:00pm
Ticketed, Upcoming Season, Symphony Hall, Classical