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21st-century Classical music
Hub New Music (flute, clarinet, violin, cello) showcases 21st century composers, including Robert Honstein’s Soul House with Urbanity Dance. Tickets are $5, to benefit the Urbanity Dance youth programs. Hub New Music will direct composition residencies with school performances at Josiah Quincy School and Boston Renaissance Charter School.
Saturday Oct. 5
Hibernian Hall
3:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Hibernian Hall, Classical, Community
The 60th Anniversary of Bossa Nova
Bossa Nova was born in a recording studio in Rio in 1958, created by João Gilberto. His daughter Bebel, now a thrilling Bossa Nova vocalist teams with multi-Grammy-winning keyboardist and vocalist Sérgio Mendes to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the cultural phenomenon.
Friday Oct. 18
Berklee Performance Center
8:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Berklee Performance Center, Jazz, Latin
Celebrate the legacy of the great Pablo Casals
Nine all-star cellists from many of the city's illustrious performing and educational institutions come together to celebrate the legacy of the great Pablo Casals, who brought the Bach Cello Suites back to world-class concert stages and founded one of Puerto Rico's most enduring and beloved music festivals.
Friday Oct. 18
Union United Methodist Church
8:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Union United Methodist Church, Classical, Community
Chick Corea, Christian McBride, and Brian Blade – Celebrity Series audience favorites with an easy rapport and a history together that includes two Grammy Awards – come together at Symphony Hall for an unmissable trio performance.
Sunday Oct. 20
Symphony Hall
7:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Symphony Hall, Jazz
The Jerusalem Quartet is renowned for their remarkable individual versatility in addition to their exceptional musical teamwork. The program features Haydn, Bartók, and Brahms.
Saturday Oct. 26
NEC’s Jordan Hall
8:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, NEC’s Jordan Hall, Classical, Quartet
New Zealand’s Black Grace dance company blends Māori and Pacific Islander indigenous dance and storytelling traditions with modern dance and hip hop to create innovative, uniquely thrilling dance works
Saturday Oct. 26
Boch Center Shubert Theatre
8:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Boch Center Shubert Theatre, Dance
with Andris Nelsons, Leonidas Kavakos & Gautier Capuçon
Presented in association with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. BSO music director Andris Nelsons leads the Gewandhausorchester and soloists Leonidas Kavakos and Gautier Capuçon in Brahms’ Double Concerto and Schubert’s Symphony No. 9 (“The Great”).
Sunday Oct. 27
Symphony Hall
3:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Symphony Hall, Classical
New Zealand’s Black Grace dance company blends Māori and Pacific Islander indigenous dance and storytelling traditions with modern dance and hip hop to create innovative, uniquely thrilling dance works
Sunday Oct. 27
Boch Center Shubert Theatre
3:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Boch Center Shubert Theatre, Dance
Featuring: Roomful of Teeth with Alicia Hall Moran & Isaiah Robinson
Composer Bryce Dessner and librettist Korde Arrington Tuttle unite music, poetry, and photography to reflect on the works of Robert Mapplethorpe. Trailblazing vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth return to the Series in this theatrical production. Presented by ArtsEmerson in association with Celebrity Series.
Wednesday Oct. 30
Cutler Majestic Theatre at Emerson College
7:30pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Cutler Majestic Theatre at Emerson College, New Music
Featuring: Roomful of Teeth with Alicia Hall Moran & Isaiah Robinson
Composer Bryce Dessner and librettist Korde Arrington Tuttle unite music, poetry, and photography to reflect on the works of Robert Mapplethorpe. Trailblazing vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth return to the Series in this theatrical production. Presented by ArtsEmerson in association with Celebrity Series.
Thursday Oct. 31
Cutler Majestic Theatre at Emerson College
7:30pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Cutler Majestic Theatre at Emerson College, New Music